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June 23, 2011

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Rick

"If I can do it in Minnesota, we can do it in Washington"..

Don't get your hopes up conservatives...Let's just say, and this is highly unlikely, bordering on remote, Pawlenty wins the 2012 presidential election...When he submits his first round of judicial nominations, democrats will remember this and have 2 words - Goodwin. Liu.

Any far right nominee(s) submitted by a President Pawlenty will likely be filibustered...And as well they should..

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