Bag’s Take-Away:
For tarmac fans, a clever metaphor for Romney campaign, but which one?
• Too much baggage.
• The 99% treatment.
• They just can’t land it.
• He’s in charge of the dog.
via: Zimbio
(photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images caption: A worker’s legs hang from the belly of the campaign plane of Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney as members of the press board at Luken Airport on March 4, 2012 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mitt Romney is campaigning in Georgia and Tennessee ahead of Super Tuesday.)
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Bag’s Take-Away:

For tarmac fans, a clever metaphor for Romney campaign, but which one?

• Too much baggage.

• The 99% treatment.

• They just can’t land it.

• He’s in charge of the dog.

via: Zimbio

(photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images caption: A worker’s legs hang from the belly of the campaign plane of Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney as members of the press board at Luken Airport on March 4, 2012 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mitt Romney is campaigning in Georgia and Tennessee ahead of Super Tuesday.)

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Bag’s Take-Away:
Wonderful shot by NYT’s Stephen Crowley of Santorum train wreck addressing black church. 
1. God, where’s my cellphone at a time like this.
2. Hopefully, you and your friends will think twice next time about all the food stamp baiting.
3. And, it’s not even hot in here!
via NYT Florida primary slideshow
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Bag’s Take-Away:

Wonderful shot by NYT’s Stephen Crowley of Santorum train wreck addressing black church.

1. God, where’s my cellphone at a time like this.

2. Hopefully, you and your friends will think twice next time about all the food stamp baiting.

3. And, it’s not even hot in here!

via NYT Florida primary slideshow

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Bag’s Take-Away:

Well, Gingrich might as well have the South tattooed on his face.

The what: At last night debate, Newt received a standing ovation as he reiterated his belief that poor kids should work as janitors in response to Juan Williams’ question asking him if he understood that black people felt such employment would be aimed at them. He’s not going much further, everyone knows that, and to make sure, he’s branded himself with racism. The emblem is the Tea Party of South Carolina logo. Newt addressed the group Monday night.


(photo: XXXXXX caption: Republican presidential candidate former House Speaker Newt Gingrich walks past the projected Tea Party of South Carolina logo as he arrives to speak at the South Carolina Tea Party Convention on Monday afternoon, Jan. 16, 2012, in Myrtle Beach, S.C.)
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Bag’s Take-Away:

Well, Gingrich might as well have the South tattooed on his face.

The what: At last night debate, Newt received a standing ovation as he reiterated his belief that poor kids should work as janitors in response to Juan Williams’ question asking him if he understood that black people felt such employment would be aimed at them. He’s not going much further, everyone knows that, and to make sure, he’s branded himself with racism. The emblem is the Tea Party of South Carolina logo. Newt addressed the group Monday night.

(photo: XXXXXX caption: Republican presidential candidate former House Speaker Newt Gingrich walks past the projected Tea Party of South Carolina logo as he arrives to speak at the South Carolina Tea Party Convention on Monday afternoon, Jan. 16, 2012, in Myrtle Beach, S.C.)

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Bag’s Take-Away:
Yeah, I’d like to see Scott Walker step back into any one of those factories now.
(Pic from the since-untouched barnstormin’ campaign Flickr site)
(photo: Fond du Lac (by Scott Walker for Governor) 
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Bag’s Take-Away:

Yeah, I’d like to see Scott Walker step back into any one of those factories now.

(Pic from the since-untouched barnstormin’ campaign Flickr site)

(photoFond du Lac (by Scott Walker for Governor

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