Eric Hovde is no Hillary Clinton – and he’s still a carpetbagger

Shorter Eric Hovde: “No seriously, I’m just like Hillary Clinton!”

“I spent most, or significant number of holidays [there]. I’m back and forth between Wisconsin and D.C. nonstop. I’m a 20-year Badger season ticket holder. I go to every major Packer game,” he continued.

Got that Wisconsinites? Eric Hovde spends holidays, Badger games, and Packer games in Wisconsin, so despite the fact that he has actually resided for twenty years in Washington, D.C. (where he’s also registered to vote) Eric Hovde thinks he’d be a great choice to carpetbag into Wisconsin to run for the U.S. Senate.

Once again, here’s a few campaign slogan suggestions for Eric Hovde:

“Hovde for Senate: I may not want to live in Wisconsin, but I’d sure like to be your U.S. Senator!”
“Hovde for Senate: I may not live in Wisconsin, but I’ll use my private jet to come visit when I’ve got time!”


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5 thoughts on “Eric Hovde is no Hillary Clinton – and he’s still a carpetbagger

  1. It’s my understanding that a one Tammy Baldwin doesn’t spend much time in Wisconsin either, I find it interesting that you people being as “unbias” as you claim to be would over look that very large detail. Remember it’s not against the law to be a hypocrite but lying about it is.

  2. Given the emotion built into this opinion, I question the objectivity and I’m guessing that this person has connection with or a strong bias for another candidate – maybe is a democrat that opposes whoever might get the republican nomination. Hovde is clearly very connected to the state, and even funds a house in Madison for homeless families with children. But what’s more important is the quality of the representative Wisconsin ends up with. Whether it’s Hovde or anyone else, I care more about which person can get the job done. I, for one, would prefer someone that isn’t doing it for a lifetime pension, doesn’t seek graft through pre-IPO shares and is willing to vote their conviction rather than voting to get reelected. There may be others in the race you can count on for that, but certainly not any career politicians – republican or democrat.

    1. Gee Tim….I’d think the name of the blog, as well as the tag line of “Blogging Liberally in the Badger State” would have given away the fact that we’re biased and not objective.

      Glad you figured that out!

  3. Being biased doesn’t prevent one from being objective. Even these bias views would be more effective with a little more intellectual reasoning offered in support.

  4. bi·as
       [bahy-uhs] Show IPA noun, adjective, adverb, verb, bi·ased, bi·as·ing or ( especially British ) bi·assed, bi·as·sing.

    a particular tendency or inclination, especially one that prevents unprejudiced consideration of a question; prejudice.

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