Skip to comments.Better Call Saul...Or John: Former VP Nominee Edwards Returns to Ambulance Chasing
Posted on 05/27/2014 7:09:47 AM PDT by PJ-Comix
Trucking and Auto Accidents? Better Call John.
Drowning Accidents? Better Call John.
Defective or Unsafe Products? Better Call John.
Why? Because we at Edwards Kirby have a record of fighting for fairness and accountability.
Washington Examiner correspondent Byron York has written about John Edwards, the 2004 Democrat vice presidential nominee who came within just a few electoral votes away from being a heartbeat away from the presidency, returning to the love of his life, ambulance chasing. What is amusing is how tackily similar the Edwards' personal injury law firm, Edwards Kirby, is to the fictional Saul Goodman of the popular "Breaking Bad" television show. The blatant pitches for clients of both the Edwards Kirby and the Saul Goodman websites appear to be almost the same. All that's lacking in the former are the garish yellow and red colors of the latter.
(Excerpt) Read more at newsbusters.org ...
hey—if i ever need a litigation attorney because i want to sue a big major company, i am calling John!
Top-level aides on the Edwards campaign said the personal wealth of the former senator from North Carolina was discussed internally as something that could work against his message.But ultimately, they said, merely bringing attention to the issue was politically effective and a service to the larger national debate.
Was it a concern that people would call out John Edwards he was very wealthy and he was talking about two Americas? Sure, said Christina Reynolds, who served as research director and senior adviser for communications on the 2008 Edwards campaign. But theres also the belief that someone shining a light on this issue was a helpful thing. \"
THAT WAS THEN "I think were in a place where people certainly recognize there are big discrepancies at the very top and what a lot of families are living through. John Edwards talked about it. Its been Occupy Wall Street. Its been looking at the too big to fail [banks] and families that were failing and feeling like the government wasnt there for them.
THIS IS NOW After 7 years of Obama, who really thinks the populist message has resonance?
The perfect guy for paternity suits.
They already did. Saul Alinsky.
Yeah, he is not such a great politician, or that great as a husband or father - but he sure knows how to do his primary job!
Wait.....is this the guy whose “cause of his life” was shtuping campaign staffers while his wife died of cancer? Yeah, if I need a champion of the downtrodden I’ll be sure to give him a call.
The Amish term is “shtooping.”
Ah - apologize for the misspelling.