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Typical Kagen

(H/T Fox Politics)

I’ve so gotten past the man and his timely political demise, I had actually turned off my Google Alert on him.  So thanks to Jo Egelhoff for pointing out the even if the man is leaving Congress, the arrogance will always be there.

Rep. Paul Hodes (D-N.H.) broke House chamber rules during the first floor vote last week, but it’s safe to say he will avoid punishment.

Hodes, who lost his bid for the Senate, used his iPhone camera to snap a shot of outgoing Rep. Steve Kagen (D-Wis.) posing in the center aisle with the Speaker’s rostrum in the background.

When it became apparent that the legislators were merely documenting their last few weeks in office, the security member opted not to pursue the matter.

True story.  During this May’s State GOP Convention in Milwaukee, I talked for a few minutes with former Bush Administration advisor Karl Rove who was the keynote speaker during Saturday’s Chairman’s Dinner.

Most of the conversation was about who I was, the fact that he knew my boss at HUD (They knew each other from Texas.), and what I hoped to be doing in the future.  (If memory serves, I had just put my resume in with both RPW and the Johnson Campaign to do research for them…)

Still kicking myself for not saying the following anytime during the conversation: “So let’s hear it.  You, Steve Kagen, a White House bathroom.  Did it happen?!?”

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    not over the hate yet though!!!