Even before candidates that are rumored or give any reason that they want to be potential political contenders, the gleeful dirt digging starts for anything that could discredit them.
Looks like we will again be faced with the possibility of choosing the lesser of two evils by the time all of the dirt digging is over.
Not that political dirt digging is ever over any more.
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Discovered this interesting tidbit in the weekly newsletter from the Georgia Public Policy Foundation.
You remember John Edwards, don't you? The Poodle's running mate? Mr. Hot-Shot trial lawyer who is suddenly eager to be our president? Well, Edwards is part of the Union/Democrat war against Wal-Mart. He says that Wal-Mart just doesn't pay its workers enough. So here we have John Edwards doing a book signing in Manchester, New Hampshire. He's signing books at the Barnes & Noble book store. As luck would have it there's a Wal-Mart right there! The local newspaper, the Union Leader, decided to see what sort of wages these two stores are paying. The Wal-Mart, it seems, starts all workers at $7.50 an hour. The Barnes & Noble? There the starting salary is $7.00 an hour.
Gotta love it.
yup guess he didnt ask 1st and theres a link included to read the full article b4 you say its boortz its not