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To: Tennessee Nana
The Mitt Bots are already trashing this guy, I thought they were so " tolerant ".

The Evangelicals were bashed and labeled by the Mitt Bots and Mormons as i.e. HATEFUL, BIGOTS, HYPOCRITES.
Shame on you hateful, bigot, Mitt Bots, you are a bunch of hypocrites, your true colors are on show tonight, phonies, bunch of Romney Whiners
I guess it could be something about Tim Pawlenty's religion.
118 posted on 08/28/2008 7:20:20 PM PDT by Prophet in the wilderness (PSALM .53 : 1 The FOOL hath said in his heart, there is no GOD.)
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To: Prophet in the wilderness

Ignore them...

We would have lost with TWO old rich white guys...

Especially Romney born with a silver spoon in his mouth...

Obama is given a speech to combat Romney...

Its more of the poor humble beginnings...American Dream..hard work led to success story...

Pawlenty comes from regular working folk...

And is YOUNG...47

Pawlenty was born on November 27, 1960, in Saint Paul, Minnesota, and raised in nearby South St. Paul, one of five children of a milk truck driver and a housewife.[2] When he was 16, his mother died of cancer. Pawlenty took to hockey and played on his high school’s junior varsity squad.[3]

In 1983, Pawlenty received a degree in Political Science at the University of Minnesota College of Liberal Arts.[4] In 1986, he graduated with a law degree from the University of Minnesota Law School.[5] In law school, he met fellow student Mary Anderson and one year later they married, settling in Eagan, Minnesota.

As a practicing attorney, Pawlenty’s first job was as a labor law attorney at the firm Rider Bennett, where he had interned during school.[6] Later he was Vice President for the internet company Wizmo Consulting Group.[7]

In 1994, his wife Mary was appointed as a judge of the Dakota County District Court in Hastings, Minnesota and the two began raising their two daughters, Anna and Mara. After he was elected in 2002, the family remained at their Eagan home instead of moving into the Governor’s Residence because of Mary’s requirement to stay in her judicial district.[8] In 2007, she left her judicial position to become General Counsel of the National Arbitration Forum, a dispute resolution company based in Minneapolis.[9] She stayed on only briefly before departing for another dispute resolution company, the Gilbert Mediation Center.[10]

Of Polish and German heritage, Pawlenty was raised a Roman Catholic. His conversion to an Evangelical Christian faith is largely attributed to his wife Mary, who is a regular member of Wooddale Church in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.[11] The church is part of the Minnesota Baptist Conference, and the senior pastor, Leith Anderson, is the president of the National Association of Evangelicals.[12][1]


132 posted on 08/28/2008 7:39:30 PM PDT by Tennessee Nana
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