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Friday, May 19, 2006

legislators call chet liar

legislators call chet liar.
House Minority Leader Pat Murphy, D-Dubuque, said he remembers meeting Culver the first week after he was sworn in as a state lawmaker in 1990.

Murphy said Culver introduced himself as the son of former U.S. Sen. John Culver and listed his clients, including IBP.

Murphy said the conversation stood out because of who Culver's father was and because Dubuque residents at the time had been concerned about the possibility of IBP moving into town.

"It was not something that Dubuquers wanted to see happen, so when I heard that, I remembered it. But he admitted to me at that point that he represented them as a client," Murphy said.
Rep. Phil Wise, a Democrat from Keokuk, said he knew back then that Culver worked as a lobbyist for IBP.

"That is just an absurd assertion that somehow it doesn't count," Wise said.
chet get mad. chet get real mad. why they not want chet governor? no one who know chet want him governor. chet have to get all his money from other states. dad raise money for chet. why not legislators?

19 Comments:

At 5/19/2006 12:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chet, you are a big, fat, idiot. Now, get over yourself.

Just vote for Ed Fallon and shut up.

 
At 5/19/2006 12:57 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Chet,

Speaking of your dad, how did his last campaign turn out? He was an incumbent right? I’ll bet he won easily huh? Incumbents always do right?… No? Oh yes, now I remember, he got beaten by a no-name rural congressman who now happens to be one of the most Powerful members of the United States Senate! … Such a wonderful service you daddy did for the party and our state! Now you want us to put the same inept and arrogant campaign style up against an extremely well known Congressman with a bottomless pit of cash?! That’s a great idea Chet! Your dad helped create the political institution of Grassley, maybe your stupidity can be responsible for saddling the state with Nussle for the next 16 years? Sound like a good idea?

IT DOSENT TO ME! Vote Ed Fallon! The only guy with the integrity to beat Nussle.

 
At 5/19/2006 1:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow, what creative memories all the suppporters that Blouin rounded up have. What happens when he loses the primary? Are they going to forget? Or just vote for Nussle?

 
At 5/19/2006 2:06 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, Chet. At last count, how many people has your Dad beaten up to get you donations and votes? He was always a rough-and-tumble bully of a guy. Surely he hasn't lost that edge...

 
At 5/19/2006 3:37 PM, Anonymous Patrick Kennedy said...

Chester:

Being as we are old drinking buddies...you need not worry that you have less cash on hand than Mr. Blue. I'll front you the money that was to be spent on the Kennedy stash. No worries.

Regards,
Pat

 
At 5/19/2006 4:13 PM, Anonymous Loans-r-us at the Blouin/McGuire campaign said...

Dear Pat, I wish you the best in your recovery and know that I never bail on my old friends (unlike the many elected officials who contributed to my past campaigns and now say they don't like me). I'm just happy that I didn't have to loan myself $100,000 or ask my Lt. Gov. candidate $100,000. I'm also glad I've made all my TV buys and still have almost $400,000 COH. Poor Mike, I guess he hopes Andy can buy the Governor's seat for him. (Will she let him keep the big office? )

 
At 5/19/2006 4:51 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Poor Chet. Nussle's walking all over you in the money department. Time to call Bill Knapp again, you sellout.

 
At 5/19/2006 5:31 PM, Anonymous Loans-r-us said...

Poor Mike, Chet is walking all over you in the money department. Time to lower your campaign budget standards and get to the back for another cash advance on Andy's credit cards. Who's the sell out?

 
At 5/19/2006 10:25 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sheer desperation by Blouin. Hey! I can recall conversations I had 16 years ago too!! What amazing recall!! Scripted right from Blouin's consultants!! Note that the 3 legislators all had to admit that Culver never actually lobbied on behalf of IBP. Pathetic. This is starting to really back fire on Blouin.

 
At 5/19/2006 10:27 PM, Anonymous Hey Idiot! said...

to anon 12:57 you are a complete, uninformed idiot.

 
At 5/19/2006 11:20 PM, Anonymous try harder said...

This is further proof of the fact that Iowa's legislators have no respect for Culver. Even the Democrats want nothing to do with him. Good choice 10:25/hey idiot (post twice under different names much?). Hope you enjoy another 12 years of GOP governorship.

 
At 5/22/2006 1:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey “idiot 10:27”,

Has it even sunk into your thick, slopping forehead that the Republicans are salivating at the opportunity to take on Chet? If you read the conservative blogs and actually talk to Republicans you’ll notice that they are virtually creaming their pants in anticipation of Culver wining the primary on June 6th. Why? Because the realize Chet is an empty suit with no hope of measuring up to Nussle in a General election! Say what you want about Blouin’s running mate, Ed’s lack of big money, or people who try to tell you the truth about Culver’s ineptitude; the fact is that Republicans haven’t been this excited about a Democratic Primary candidate since Howard Dean! The only way we could give them a better gift would be to nominate Sal!

On June 6th, vote for your conscious not Washington PAC money.

 
At 5/22/2006 3:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Vote Fallon. Ed Fallon! Duh...

 
At 5/22/2006 3:59 PM, Anonymous Values Fund pays off for Blouin said...

How many Loyal Legislators gave money to Mike Blouin? How much money did they give? They would not have endorsed Blouin only because Tom Vilsack told them to would they? Now they wonder if it was the right choice, so they're keeping their money in their wallets. So Mike doesn't give it to ADM.

 
At 5/23/2006 1:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Legislative endorsements aren’t about money, they are about building name ID, creditability and a local campaign infrastructure. Most legislative races (save for a VERY select few) are run for between $10,000 and $20,000 and most legislators (save for a VERY select few) are wealthy themselves. They are teachers, farmers, sales people; no more capable of giving a candidate thousands of dollars out of their own pocket any more than you and I are. What legislators do have is the trust of the local party faithful which can be tremendously important in building an organization in a local community (like Carroll County). That’s why legislative endorsements are so important, not because they bring in tons of money from their own pockets and campaign funds .. That money just simply isn’t there!

 
At 5/23/2006 1:55 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ed Fallon stupider than Chet. Ed forget to talk on tv commercial! He thot he was on radio, where they just show pitchers!

Ed not know he need to speak up to boss people around.

 
At 5/24/2006 12:05 AM, Anonymous Culver only Dem beating Nussle said...

to anon 1:19: Yeah right! Keep trying to spin that Nussle would rather take on Culver. That makes perfect sense given that Culver is beating Nussle in all of the national polls, and Nussle is beating all of the other Ds. It's a stupid blouin spin that runs against common sense.

 
At 5/24/2006 10:11 AM, Anonymous Wow youre stupid ... said...

Anon 1:55, you totally missed the point of that ad! You must be one of Chet’s lackeys because your stupidity astounds me in a way I usually reserve for George W. Bush. The point of that ad was that special interests are taking away the voice of the voters, buying and selling elections from Washington D.C., Maryland, Virginia and Massachusetts. That ad (probably the smartest ad of the 2006 season) was a slap in the face to non-Iowans loyal to the Culver family who are trying to buy this campaign of little Chester. Only a member of Chet’s loyal legions of lobotomized lackeys would fail to understand a concept that simple.

 
At 6/01/2006 11:43 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Blouin is a hypocrite said...Yeah right. Culver signed a form required by law to indicate he worked for a firm that represented IBP. BUT BLOUIN ACTIVELY LOBBIED TO TRY TO BRING ANOTHER MEAT PACKING PLANT TO DES MOINES A FEW YEARS BACK. Even the legislators had to admit when asked that Culver never actually lobbied for IBP. BLOUIN IS THE LIAR.

 

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