Area Man To Both Sides Himself As He Runs For Governor

Guys, former NYTimes columnist/pundit Nick Kristof quit his job and declared his intention of running to become the gubnor of Oregon [The NYTimes questions the existence of Oregon, hears that it is somewhere west of the Hudon River, promises to investigate], what with Gov. Kate Brown being term-limited:



Well, this is going to be interesting to see if he can find a way to stop reflexively equivocating his positions and his primary opponents, and dawg only knows if he makes it to the general if he can actually say anything good about Democratic priorities.

[He’s off to a good start: It looks like he’s pulled the video out of the tweet already!]

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4 Responses to Area Man To Both Sides Himself As He Runs For Governor

  1. roket says:

    So now we wait to see if a former NYTimes columnist/pundit comes out in favor or against a free press.

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  2. R White says:

    Kristof has, like Matthew dowd, figured out that beating the dead horse of ‘bothsiderism’ as a means of grifting is coming to an end. More people are aware of the fucktardery and blatant disregard for governance by morally bankrupt republicans that cannot be so easily equivocated with the staggering incompetence and aloofness from dems.

    The real money to be made as fat nixon proved, is by running for higher office without any regard for actually winning. Those two hack stenographers realize that they have a snowball’s chance in hell of being competitive, they realize that none of that matters as long as either of them can impress a inbred billionaire to fund such a lofty side project.

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  3. purplehead says:

    But hey. He’s an Oregon farmer! First and foremost. Says so right there. What’s not to like??



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