Ah, Robin Carnahan? Nothing ever goes away.

(All links via 24thState, which is pretty much your go-to site for Missouri politics these days.)

On the Internet, that is. So, when the Blunt campaign (accurately) notes that you were ““a banking executive” in Washington at the government’s Export-Import Bank,” and you argue instead that your “position in the 1990s was assistant to the chairman” – thus suggesting that you were in fact not a real “banking executive” – here’s some places that you should try to get sanitized:

This would normally be a minor little matter, except of course that Ms. Carnahan seems to be quite upset that the opposition is making what is actually a widely held observation, including among her ideological compatriots. It is not exactly Roy Blunt’s – or any other Republican’s, really – fault that ‘banking executive’ is rapidly taking on connotations normally associated with ‘pond scum’…

Moe Lane

Crossposted to RedState.

One thought on “Ah, Robin Carnahan? Nothing ever goes away.”

  1. Hey now, be nice to pond scum. It, at least, serves a useful purpose in the ecosystem. Carnahan? Not so much.

    (Yes, I know it’s an old joke, but really now: is she worth more effort than that?)

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