Skip to comments.No more politicians, NH eatery owner says
Posted on 01/06/2012 8:43:21 PM PST by DeoVindiceSicSemperTyrannis
A New Hampshire restaurant owner says he is so fed up with the flurry of GOP presidential candidates at his Portsmouth eatery that he put up his own 2012 slogan: "No Politicians, No Exceptions."
For months, politicians, their staff and news media have stormed New Hampshire restaurants during the campaign for the White House.
There is no forewarning and all of a sudden they come in and we are overrun by cameras and blah, blah and blah, Colby told msnbc.com. Were trying to run a business here and this whole meet-and-greet and vote for me deal is very distractive and disruptive, not only to our staff but to our customers.
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Who will be the first to be “dismayed” by this man’s attitude? Chrissy Matthews? David Brooks? Hugh Hewitt?
Well.. it is msnbc.. so.. IF this is true.
turning away potential customers?
Or are these idiots just taking over the joint and not buying a damn thing?
MSNBC being one of the popaganda arms of the Dems it looks like they are trying to say he is tired of the Republicans. But more than likely he just wants to run his retaurant make a living and not have the pols coming in disrupnting things and trying to bother/gladhand customers trying to have thier morning coffee and some eggs.
...’til 0bama shows up for a bite and a photo-op...
This is disgusting. I depend on big egos to tell me what to think.
I’d settle for not having a pollster, a campaign, or a robo-calling computer ring my phone fifteen times a day.
They would only care if it was Dim politicians - if that ever happens they will conveniently forget they had no problems with this case. I think the guy is a flaming libtard who is trying to boost business by getting some free advertizing.
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