Monday, October 24, 2005

Hatch’s starts campaign with double speak

He’s not even a candidate for a day before he starts giving his trademark cryptic answers:

This time, Hatch said, he will honor the party's endorsement as long as it follows "a decent turnout" at statewide precinct caucuses next March.
(Source: Star Tribune, Oct. 24, 2005)

Hey Hatch, how do you define “decent?”


At 4:08 PM, Blogger Mike S said...

Typical. With that kind of line, any number can be pegged as poor turnout as long as it is below the historically high 40,000 from 2004. This line demonstrates he is unsure about his ability to get it, or even to get people to caucus for him in the first place. I would at least hope for him to announce the day after caucuses whether or not enough people showed up. If not, he should immediatly drop out of the endorsement contest instead of wasting our time like RT did at the Minneapolis convention.

At 7:57 PM, Blogger Republican Minnesota said...

I wonder if he gets tired of lying all the time.


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