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  • Ed Rollins, Republican strategist, says Daschle did the honorable thing, but he didn’t have to. Is he right? | Political Campaign Strategy
    but I disagred with that nomination References Aft Torpedos FIRE Commented on August 22 2011 at 10 39 pm Reply Do you honestly believe daschle willingly stepped down to avoid bad press I mean really References Patrick G Commented on August 22 2011 at 10 48 pm Reply Of course he is right Mr Obama has already shown that he is willing to stand behind his nominees no matter what their crime There was no compelling reason for Mr Daschle to withdrawal References mark32541 Commented on August 22 2011 at 11 31 pm Reply He is right The dems approved the treasury secretary for doing the same crime Of course they would have approved Daschle References BAD PENNY BLONDE Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 01 am Reply Come on you know he was told to step down you can t be THAT ignorant References I stand corrected I guess you can justagrandma Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 13 am Reply Daschel didn t have to there is no rule saying he must Its really a shame Daschel knew the topic and would have served the country well It wouldn t have been just the Democrats either Daschel was well known and liked by Republicans too I m beginning to wonder if we need to advertise government jobs under the heading Caesars Wife Wanted There was no crime committed when he was told he owed it he paid it This was in addition to the income taxes he had paid References The Republican Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 50 am Reply Of course he didn t have to step down but he did the right thing because who in all honesty would want to be under the microscope for the next 4 years if they had something major revealed about them His car and driver would be the only thing people associate him with To tm it s in the Constitution an amendment that was ratified in 1913 It IS the law References fdm215 Commented on August 23 2011 at 1 29 am Reply Obviously there have been people who ve been confirmed for office despite having been found to be tax delinquent at some point There have been about a dozen cases in the past 15 20 years Some have been confirmed most have not References tm Commented on August 23 2011 at 2 17 am Reply Show me the law that says you have to pay income taxes The bill did not get enough votes to ratify it in 1913 Look again References har Commented on August 23 2011 at 2 33 am Reply Mr Daschle probably had several reasons mainly one from President Obama suggesting he drop out For all of the trouble this has caused I hope that future politicians are in the learning mode and will avoid this kind of mistake in their effort to serve our country someday I m sorry our President is having to deal with this

    Original URL path: http://politicalcampaignstrategy.org/republican-strategist/ed-rollins-republican-strategist-says-daschle-did-the-honorable-thing-but-he-didnt-have-to-is-he-right?replytocom=317 (2016-02-16)
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  • Ed Rollins, Republican strategist, says Daschle did the honorable thing, but he didn’t have to. Is he right? | Political Campaign Strategy
    disagred with that nomination References Aft Torpedos FIRE Commented on August 22 2011 at 10 39 pm Reply Do you honestly believe daschle willingly stepped down to avoid bad press I mean really References Patrick G Commented on August 22 2011 at 10 48 pm Reply Of course he is right Mr Obama has already shown that he is willing to stand behind his nominees no matter what their crime There was no compelling reason for Mr Daschle to withdrawal References mark32541 Commented on August 22 2011 at 11 31 pm Reply He is right The dems approved the treasury secretary for doing the same crime Of course they would have approved Daschle References BAD PENNY BLONDE Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 01 am Reply Come on you know he was told to step down you can t be THAT ignorant References I stand corrected I guess you can justagrandma Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 13 am Reply Daschel didn t have to there is no rule saying he must Its really a shame Daschel knew the topic and would have served the country well It wouldn t have been just the Democrats either Daschel was well known and liked by Republicans too I m beginning to wonder if we need to advertise government jobs under the heading Caesars Wife Wanted There was no crime committed when he was told he owed it he paid it This was in addition to the income taxes he had paid References The Republican Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 50 am Reply Of course he didn t have to step down but he did the right thing because who in all honesty would want to be under the microscope for the next 4 years if they had something major revealed about them His car and driver would be the only thing people associate him with To tm it s in the Constitution an amendment that was ratified in 1913 It IS the law References fdm215 Commented on August 23 2011 at 1 29 am Reply Obviously there have been people who ve been confirmed for office despite having been found to be tax delinquent at some point There have been about a dozen cases in the past 15 20 years Some have been confirmed most have not References tm Commented on August 23 2011 at 2 17 am Reply Show me the law that says you have to pay income taxes The bill did not get enough votes to ratify it in 1913 Look again References har Commented on August 23 2011 at 2 33 am Reply Mr Daschle probably had several reasons mainly one from President Obama suggesting he drop out For all of the trouble this has caused I hope that future politicians are in the learning mode and will avoid this kind of mistake in their effort to serve our country someday I m sorry our President is having to deal with this kind of

    Original URL path: http://politicalcampaignstrategy.org/republican-strategist/ed-rollins-republican-strategist-says-daschle-did-the-honorable-thing-but-he-didnt-have-to-is-he-right?replytocom=318 (2016-02-16)
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  • Ed Rollins, Republican strategist, says Daschle did the honorable thing, but he didn’t have to. Is he right? | Political Campaign Strategy
    I disagred with that nomination References Aft Torpedos FIRE Commented on August 22 2011 at 10 39 pm Reply Do you honestly believe daschle willingly stepped down to avoid bad press I mean really References Patrick G Commented on August 22 2011 at 10 48 pm Reply Of course he is right Mr Obama has already shown that he is willing to stand behind his nominees no matter what their crime There was no compelling reason for Mr Daschle to withdrawal References mark32541 Commented on August 22 2011 at 11 31 pm Reply He is right The dems approved the treasury secretary for doing the same crime Of course they would have approved Daschle References BAD PENNY BLONDE Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 01 am Reply Come on you know he was told to step down you can t be THAT ignorant References I stand corrected I guess you can justagrandma Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 13 am Reply Daschel didn t have to there is no rule saying he must Its really a shame Daschel knew the topic and would have served the country well It wouldn t have been just the Democrats either Daschel was well known and liked by Republicans too I m beginning to wonder if we need to advertise government jobs under the heading Caesars Wife Wanted There was no crime committed when he was told he owed it he paid it This was in addition to the income taxes he had paid References The Republican Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 50 am Reply Of course he didn t have to step down but he did the right thing because who in all honesty would want to be under the microscope for the next 4 years if they had something major revealed about them His car and driver would be the only thing people associate him with To tm it s in the Constitution an amendment that was ratified in 1913 It IS the law References fdm215 Commented on August 23 2011 at 1 29 am Reply Obviously there have been people who ve been confirmed for office despite having been found to be tax delinquent at some point There have been about a dozen cases in the past 15 20 years Some have been confirmed most have not References tm Commented on August 23 2011 at 2 17 am Reply Show me the law that says you have to pay income taxes The bill did not get enough votes to ratify it in 1913 Look again References har Commented on August 23 2011 at 2 33 am Reply Mr Daschle probably had several reasons mainly one from President Obama suggesting he drop out For all of the trouble this has caused I hope that future politicians are in the learning mode and will avoid this kind of mistake in their effort to serve our country someday I m sorry our President is having to deal with this kind

    Original URL path: http://politicalcampaignstrategy.org/republican-strategist/ed-rollins-republican-strategist-says-daschle-did-the-honorable-thing-but-he-didnt-have-to-is-he-right?replytocom=319 (2016-02-16)
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  • Ed Rollins, Republican strategist, says Daschle did the honorable thing, but he didn’t have to. Is he right? | Political Campaign Strategy
    but I disagred with that nomination References Aft Torpedos FIRE Commented on August 22 2011 at 10 39 pm Reply Do you honestly believe daschle willingly stepped down to avoid bad press I mean really References Patrick G Commented on August 22 2011 at 10 48 pm Reply Of course he is right Mr Obama has already shown that he is willing to stand behind his nominees no matter what their crime There was no compelling reason for Mr Daschle to withdrawal References mark32541 Commented on August 22 2011 at 11 31 pm Reply He is right The dems approved the treasury secretary for doing the same crime Of course they would have approved Daschle References BAD PENNY BLONDE Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 01 am Reply Come on you know he was told to step down you can t be THAT ignorant References I stand corrected I guess you can justagrandma Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 13 am Reply Daschel didn t have to there is no rule saying he must Its really a shame Daschel knew the topic and would have served the country well It wouldn t have been just the Democrats either Daschel was well known and liked by Republicans too I m beginning to wonder if we need to advertise government jobs under the heading Caesars Wife Wanted There was no crime committed when he was told he owed it he paid it This was in addition to the income taxes he had paid References The Republican Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 50 am Reply Of course he didn t have to step down but he did the right thing because who in all honesty would want to be under the microscope for the next 4 years if they had something major revealed about them His car and driver would be the only thing people associate him with To tm it s in the Constitution an amendment that was ratified in 1913 It IS the law References fdm215 Commented on August 23 2011 at 1 29 am Reply Obviously there have been people who ve been confirmed for office despite having been found to be tax delinquent at some point There have been about a dozen cases in the past 15 20 years Some have been confirmed most have not References tm Commented on August 23 2011 at 2 17 am Reply Show me the law that says you have to pay income taxes The bill did not get enough votes to ratify it in 1913 Look again References har Commented on August 23 2011 at 2 33 am Reply Mr Daschle probably had several reasons mainly one from President Obama suggesting he drop out For all of the trouble this has caused I hope that future politicians are in the learning mode and will avoid this kind of mistake in their effort to serve our country someday I m sorry our President is having to deal with this

    Original URL path: http://politicalcampaignstrategy.org/republican-strategist/ed-rollins-republican-strategist-says-daschle-did-the-honorable-thing-but-he-didnt-have-to-is-he-right?replytocom=320 (2016-02-16)
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  • Ed Rollins, Republican strategist, says Daschle did the honorable thing, but he didn’t have to. Is he right? | Political Campaign Strategy
    but I disagred with that nomination References Aft Torpedos FIRE Commented on August 22 2011 at 10 39 pm Reply Do you honestly believe daschle willingly stepped down to avoid bad press I mean really References Patrick G Commented on August 22 2011 at 10 48 pm Reply Of course he is right Mr Obama has already shown that he is willing to stand behind his nominees no matter what their crime There was no compelling reason for Mr Daschle to withdrawal References mark32541 Commented on August 22 2011 at 11 31 pm Reply He is right The dems approved the treasury secretary for doing the same crime Of course they would have approved Daschle References BAD PENNY BLONDE Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 01 am Reply Come on you know he was told to step down you can t be THAT ignorant References I stand corrected I guess you can justagrandma Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 13 am Reply Daschel didn t have to there is no rule saying he must Its really a shame Daschel knew the topic and would have served the country well It wouldn t have been just the Democrats either Daschel was well known and liked by Republicans too I m beginning to wonder if we need to advertise government jobs under the heading Caesars Wife Wanted There was no crime committed when he was told he owed it he paid it This was in addition to the income taxes he had paid References The Republican Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 50 am Reply Of course he didn t have to step down but he did the right thing because who in all honesty would want to be under the microscope for the next 4 years if they had something major revealed about them His car and driver would be the only thing people associate him with To tm it s in the Constitution an amendment that was ratified in 1913 It IS the law References fdm215 Commented on August 23 2011 at 1 29 am Reply Obviously there have been people who ve been confirmed for office despite having been found to be tax delinquent at some point There have been about a dozen cases in the past 15 20 years Some have been confirmed most have not References tm Commented on August 23 2011 at 2 17 am Reply Show me the law that says you have to pay income taxes The bill did not get enough votes to ratify it in 1913 Look again References har Commented on August 23 2011 at 2 33 am Reply Mr Daschle probably had several reasons mainly one from President Obama suggesting he drop out For all of the trouble this has caused I hope that future politicians are in the learning mode and will avoid this kind of mistake in their effort to serve our country someday I m sorry our President is having to deal with this

    Original URL path: http://politicalcampaignstrategy.org/republican-strategist/ed-rollins-republican-strategist-says-daschle-did-the-honorable-thing-but-he-didnt-have-to-is-he-right?replytocom=321 (2016-02-16)
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  • Ed Rollins, Republican strategist, says Daschle did the honorable thing, but he didn’t have to. Is he right? | Political Campaign Strategy
    I disagred with that nomination References Aft Torpedos FIRE Commented on August 22 2011 at 10 39 pm Reply Do you honestly believe daschle willingly stepped down to avoid bad press I mean really References Patrick G Commented on August 22 2011 at 10 48 pm Reply Of course he is right Mr Obama has already shown that he is willing to stand behind his nominees no matter what their crime There was no compelling reason for Mr Daschle to withdrawal References mark32541 Commented on August 22 2011 at 11 31 pm Reply He is right The dems approved the treasury secretary for doing the same crime Of course they would have approved Daschle References BAD PENNY BLONDE Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 01 am Reply Come on you know he was told to step down you can t be THAT ignorant References I stand corrected I guess you can justagrandma Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 13 am Reply Daschel didn t have to there is no rule saying he must Its really a shame Daschel knew the topic and would have served the country well It wouldn t have been just the Democrats either Daschel was well known and liked by Republicans too I m beginning to wonder if we need to advertise government jobs under the heading Caesars Wife Wanted There was no crime committed when he was told he owed it he paid it This was in addition to the income taxes he had paid References The Republican Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 50 am Reply Of course he didn t have to step down but he did the right thing because who in all honesty would want to be under the microscope for the next 4 years if they had something major revealed about them His car and driver would be the only thing people associate him with To tm it s in the Constitution an amendment that was ratified in 1913 It IS the law References fdm215 Commented on August 23 2011 at 1 29 am Reply Obviously there have been people who ve been confirmed for office despite having been found to be tax delinquent at some point There have been about a dozen cases in the past 15 20 years Some have been confirmed most have not References tm Commented on August 23 2011 at 2 17 am Reply Show me the law that says you have to pay income taxes The bill did not get enough votes to ratify it in 1913 Look again References har Commented on August 23 2011 at 2 33 am Reply Mr Daschle probably had several reasons mainly one from President Obama suggesting he drop out For all of the trouble this has caused I hope that future politicians are in the learning mode and will avoid this kind of mistake in their effort to serve our country someday I m sorry our President is having to deal with this kind

    Original URL path: http://politicalcampaignstrategy.org/republican-strategist/ed-rollins-republican-strategist-says-daschle-did-the-honorable-thing-but-he-didnt-have-to-is-he-right?replytocom=322 (2016-02-16)
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  • Ed Rollins, Republican strategist, says Daschle did the honorable thing, but he didn’t have to. Is he right? | Political Campaign Strategy
    but I disagred with that nomination References Aft Torpedos FIRE Commented on August 22 2011 at 10 39 pm Reply Do you honestly believe daschle willingly stepped down to avoid bad press I mean really References Patrick G Commented on August 22 2011 at 10 48 pm Reply Of course he is right Mr Obama has already shown that he is willing to stand behind his nominees no matter what their crime There was no compelling reason for Mr Daschle to withdrawal References mark32541 Commented on August 22 2011 at 11 31 pm Reply He is right The dems approved the treasury secretary for doing the same crime Of course they would have approved Daschle References BAD PENNY BLONDE Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 01 am Reply Come on you know he was told to step down you can t be THAT ignorant References I stand corrected I guess you can justagrandma Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 13 am Reply Daschel didn t have to there is no rule saying he must Its really a shame Daschel knew the topic and would have served the country well It wouldn t have been just the Democrats either Daschel was well known and liked by Republicans too I m beginning to wonder if we need to advertise government jobs under the heading Caesars Wife Wanted There was no crime committed when he was told he owed it he paid it This was in addition to the income taxes he had paid References The Republican Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 50 am Reply Of course he didn t have to step down but he did the right thing because who in all honesty would want to be under the microscope for the next 4 years if they had something major revealed about them His car and driver would be the only thing people associate him with To tm it s in the Constitution an amendment that was ratified in 1913 It IS the law References fdm215 Commented on August 23 2011 at 1 29 am Reply Obviously there have been people who ve been confirmed for office despite having been found to be tax delinquent at some point There have been about a dozen cases in the past 15 20 years Some have been confirmed most have not References tm Commented on August 23 2011 at 2 17 am Reply Show me the law that says you have to pay income taxes The bill did not get enough votes to ratify it in 1913 Look again References har Commented on August 23 2011 at 2 33 am Reply Mr Daschle probably had several reasons mainly one from President Obama suggesting he drop out For all of the trouble this has caused I hope that future politicians are in the learning mode and will avoid this kind of mistake in their effort to serve our country someday I m sorry our President is having to deal with this

    Original URL path: http://politicalcampaignstrategy.org/republican-strategist/ed-rollins-republican-strategist-says-daschle-did-the-honorable-thing-but-he-didnt-have-to-is-he-right?replytocom=323 (2016-02-16)
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  • Ed Rollins, Republican strategist, says Daschle did the honorable thing, but he didn’t have to. Is he right? | Political Campaign Strategy
    but I disagred with that nomination References Aft Torpedos FIRE Commented on August 22 2011 at 10 39 pm Reply Do you honestly believe daschle willingly stepped down to avoid bad press I mean really References Patrick G Commented on August 22 2011 at 10 48 pm Reply Of course he is right Mr Obama has already shown that he is willing to stand behind his nominees no matter what their crime There was no compelling reason for Mr Daschle to withdrawal References mark32541 Commented on August 22 2011 at 11 31 pm Reply He is right The dems approved the treasury secretary for doing the same crime Of course they would have approved Daschle References BAD PENNY BLONDE Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 01 am Reply Come on you know he was told to step down you can t be THAT ignorant References I stand corrected I guess you can justagrandma Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 13 am Reply Daschel didn t have to there is no rule saying he must Its really a shame Daschel knew the topic and would have served the country well It wouldn t have been just the Democrats either Daschel was well known and liked by Republicans too I m beginning to wonder if we need to advertise government jobs under the heading Caesars Wife Wanted There was no crime committed when he was told he owed it he paid it This was in addition to the income taxes he had paid References The Republican Commented on August 23 2011 at 12 50 am Reply Of course he didn t have to step down but he did the right thing because who in all honesty would want to be under the microscope for the next 4 years if they had something major revealed about them His car and driver would be the only thing people associate him with To tm it s in the Constitution an amendment that was ratified in 1913 It IS the law References fdm215 Commented on August 23 2011 at 1 29 am Reply Obviously there have been people who ve been confirmed for office despite having been found to be tax delinquent at some point There have been about a dozen cases in the past 15 20 years Some have been confirmed most have not References tm Commented on August 23 2011 at 2 17 am Reply Show me the law that says you have to pay income taxes The bill did not get enough votes to ratify it in 1913 Look again References har Commented on August 23 2011 at 2 33 am Reply Mr Daschle probably had several reasons mainly one from President Obama suggesting he drop out For all of the trouble this has caused I hope that future politicians are in the learning mode and will avoid this kind of mistake in their effort to serve our country someday I m sorry our President is having to deal with this

    Original URL path: http://politicalcampaignstrategy.org/republican-strategist/ed-rollins-republican-strategist-says-daschle-did-the-honorable-thing-but-he-didnt-have-to-is-he-right?replytocom=324 (2016-02-16)
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