DavidL's Breakfast Scramble
I’ve got Pawlenty of Nothing, Tim Pawlenty makes it official, from Neil Munro, Daily Caller:

Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty withdrew from the presidential race Sunday following his third-place finish in Saturday’s Ames Straw Poll.

“We needed to get some lift to continue on and have a pathway forward,” Pawlenty said on ABC’s “This Week.” “That didn’t happen, so I’m announcing this morning on your show that I’m going to be ending my campaign for president.”

Given that Pawlenty bet the farm on beating Michele Bachman, and failed, his exit is utterly predictable, and quite welcome.    The only winner I saw emerging from Ames was Rick Perry.

Meanwhile back in Frostbite Falls, Tim may not be done taking on the girls, from Moe Lane:

The word is that the Minnesota Republican party is going to approach Tim Pawlenty to challenge freshman Democrat Amy Klobuchar; which is something that Ed Morrissey of Hot Air and Erick Erickson of RedState would likely get behind. And myself, for that matter; like Erick, I respect that Pawlenty knew when to make a clean break of things. And I think that I am correct in thinking that Ed & Erick would agree with me that replacing Klobuchar – who, after all, supported the ‘stimulus,’ cap-and-trade*, & Obamacare – with Pawlenty would be a definite step up for both Minnesota and the nation. I mean, I hear that Klobuchar is supposed to be personable and everything, but since when did that become an adequate substitute for voting not-stupidly?

Tow bad for Tim that he would be challenging the more serious of Minnesota’s two senators.

Libtards use children as sock puppets, or Van Jones’s brain trust exposed, video

Hat tip and reax: Lonely Conservative:

How often do you hear children talking about “infrastructure,” “Medicare for all” and the “Bush tax cuts?” Yeah, not much. But that didn’t stop Van Jones’s new organization Rebuild the Dream from exploiting these kids to push their progressive agenda. Watch, just try not to gag.

Sure putting lies is the mouths of children is a sure fire way to win an argument. Now that Algore has melted down, the libtards forced to use chilren to tell their lies.

I am sure that some sixth grader,who never held a job of any kind, can somewhow explain te economic benefit of a so-called green job. Well I suppose if the child was Milton Friedman.

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