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Quote of the Day: “…And That’s Why They Call Her “Classy” Claire McCaskill!”

October 8th, 2008 by mopns · No Comments

Classsy Claire and the “politics of change!”

From Politico:

McCaskill was stepping out of her chair at the end of an MSNBC interview, and Romney was up next. She and a staffer unplugged her various wires, and she handed Romney the earpiece the guests use to hear the host.

 “I spit on this before I put it in,” she said to Romney, with a sweet smile. Read more…

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From our favorite Democrat blog HillBuzz:

“We know we’ve been really subtle about this around here, but we think Claire McCaskill is a terrible person. Not sure if you’ve ever picked up on that, but it’s true. She’s terrible. We’d rather drink skunk juice or read one of Nancy Pelosi’s books, cover to cover, than spend any time with McCaskill — let alone share an ear piece with her.” Read more…

Blatherings: claire mccaskill: what a shrew

i’ve been noticing lately how often team obama has been putting out senator claire mccaskill of missouri as their attack surrogate. i think she is quite effective in this role, but dang if she isn’t really quite creepy too.

with a fake stepford-like smile, mccaskill can cut you off at the knees and eat your young without a murmur. she is very different then sarah palin who delivers her jabs with an almost joyous smile and a laugh as if she enjoys every moment of ‘the dance’. mccaskill on the other hand, acts borderline evil and i think the good people of missouri deserve way better then this shill.

Politico: Top Hill insiders resist lure of K Street

Sean Kennedy is another Gephardt-alumnus-turned-lobbyist-turned-staffer. He’s now chief of staff to Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.).

Kennedy, 38, helped launch the freshman senator’s office and has worked closely with Obama’s campaign to help McCaskill navigate her role as a prominent surrogate. And, like Turton, his two-year lobbying stint with AT&T could help him pull down half a million dollars a year if he were to return to lobbying, some said.

American Spectator: Free Speech in the Era of Obama

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