Fifty Ways To Leave Your Campaign Team

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There’s the fiscal conservative way . . .

BOSTON—From the moment Mitt Romney stepped off stage Tuesday night, having just delivered a brief concession speech he wrote only that evening, the massive infrastructure surrounding his campaign quickly began to disassemble itself.

Aides taking cabs home late that night got rude awakenings when they found the credit cards linked to the campaign no longer worked.

And then there’s the Librul way . . .

Well played, America!  You made the right choice.

Posted by Bette Noir on 11/09/12 at 09:39 AM • Permalink

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There was a joke going around about Bush - “Bush was elected to run the country like a business. We didn’t think he was going to run it like one of HIS businesses.”

It works for all Republicans of the CEO-worship subculture.

If those aides are pissed off about having to pay for their cab rides, just wait until they get the invoices for all of the takeout they ate in the campaign office.

I’ve seen another article (can’t remember where right now, but I can probably hunt it out if necessary) that said that Romney’s still going into the Boston HQ each day and supposedly focusing on figuring out various staffers’ resumes before their 21 days’ notice expires.

I don’t think I’d want my involvement with the Romney campaign on my resume. I’d probably pretend I was in prison for something horrible during that period instead.

I don’t think I’d want my involvement with the Romney campaign on my resume. I’d probably pretend I was in prison for something horrible during that period instead.

Well, and it wouldn’t be a lie, either, because, like, they totally were, Dude.

Not a great idea to screw over those folks who are now in a position to write books about their experiences. I intend this not only as a reflection, but as a prediction as well.

Hey there, Brad! How are you doing?

Doin’ okay, I guess. Very okay when you factor in the election results. I still poke my head in here. Be well, YAFB!

That’s great. Yeah, we all dodged a bullet. Don’t be a stranger now!

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