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August 24, 2010


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Telling reader comment from the MPR web site:

The Pawlenty book cover is perfect. Only a stiff like Pawlenty would use a cover photo that clearly and unequivocally states, "I really shoulda skipped that third enchilada. Is there a biff around here? How long do I hafta hold this pose, anyway?"
The Pawlenty cover also notes "Former Governor of Minnesota," in tiny type at the bottom. What's up with that? Even his publicist is onto him?

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Pawlenty’s background in South St. Paul, where his father was a truck driver, lends itself to the narrative comparing him with Romney, who grew up in the affluent suburb of Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Romney’s dad served as CEO of American Motors Corp., was a governor of Michigan and ran for president.

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