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Lt Col takes on Pat, maybe

Looks like Pat might have a contested primary. And after all that work just last month trying to convinced us resistance to his incumbency would be futile.

Former military judge, retired Lieutenant Colonel Lance Sigmon told the Hickory Daily Record his primary challenge to Big Pat is "very likely."


Here's Sigmon's law practice website.

Blackwater contracts apply to relatives?

According to the NYT:

Blackwater is pursuing a bold legal strategy, going so far in a North Carolina case as to seek a gag order on the lawyers for the families of four Blackwater employees killed in an ambush in Falluja in 2004. The company argues that the dead men had signed contracts that prohibited them from talking to the press about Blackwater and that this restriction extended to their lawyers and their estates even after death.

McHenry and Delay together again

tomandpat.JPGYeah, McHenry was hanging with Tom Delay at the opening celebration of Tom's new company, First Principles.

I guess voter fraud and financial improprieties are all the rage for the DC party-goer.

And ceegars.

Frontpaged by Anglico. I will happily frontpage any stories about the cigar-sucking pervert that passes for a Congressman in the Party of Greed.

Roll Call blasts McHenry's financial secrecy

In a subscription-only article Roll Call not only questions McHenry's new-found wealth, but also has the reportorial balls to highlight his appalling hypocrisy about openness.

It's particularly amazing to me how much he won't even respond to their questions.

What do you have to hide, Pat? Or, perhaps I should be asking, is there anything you aren't hiding?

What were your questions, Pat?

NC Democratic Party Chair Jerry Meek wants to know. And so do I. Tel Opinion Research is known for push polling which is asking questions that are designed to dish dirt on the opposition. As well, many pollsters stay in business by designing polls that will tell their candidate (the customer) what he wants to hear.

Let's see the science behind that absurd poll whose results you released yesterday, Mr. Man.

McHenry took DC resident tax deduction while voting in NC

We told you two weeks ago that our dear Congressman Pat McHenry owned a home with another man. Did you know that co-ownership of property with the same sex can trigger a Don't Ask Don't Tell investigation?

We have also uncovered that before serving in Congress Pat took a DC resident-only tax reduction on that home while, at the same time, voting in North Carolina.

Pat is an ass

Again. Congressman Pat McHenry constantly comes up with new ways to disrupt the good points of good people. This time his victim is Congressman John Yarmuth of Kentucky. You won't believe it. It's that stupid (and hypocritical.)

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