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Sam Page's Legislative Trunacy | Missouri Political News Service

Calling Dr. Page, Calling Dr. Page

October 9th, 2008 by jjjameson · No Comments

By J. Jonah Jameson

Sam Page finds himself in a very bad place today with revelations that he missed a heck of a lot of work in the Legislature that taxpayers still ended up paying him for.

Not only that, but Page also admitted in that weird commercial that it’s tough to be a doctor and a lawmaker all at the same time.

With that being the case, perhaps Page needs to just focus on being a doctor and leave the governing to those who have the time to focus on the people of the state like Peter Kinder, the first full-time lieutenant governor in years.

Page also has NO answer for his legislative truancy but instead prefers to launch political attacks that are either vague or just way off the wall. It’s going to get worse before it gets better folks, and Page’s huge ego isn’t dealing well with the downward spiral of his campaign.

Seems that Page’s micromanagement of his campaign isn’t working out so well.

Til Next Time,




Tags: Healthcare · J. Jonah Jameson

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  • 1 St. Louis Political Observer // Oct 11, 2008 at 1:37 pm

    Dr. Page’s campaign is on life support and fading fast. Instead of trying to be an advocate for his medical group cronies, he should drop out of politics and focus on his patients. He has not been an effective legislator. Dr. Page, if you are absent for over 200 critical votes in the MO House, you are not doing your job for the taxpayers!

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