Friday, July 14, 2006

Entenza is screwed

He should be, that is, and would be if he represented anything other than a hotbed of Socialism.

The latest is wonderful. Seems the investigator he said would talk…aint.

The owner of a Chicago research firm [Dennis Gragert] Rep. Matt Entenza hired to seek data about Attorney General Mike Hatch refused Friday to field questions about the extent of the probe.

"He understands that he's embarrassed me and he's embarrassed the attorney general and that shouldn't have happened," Entenza said of Gragert on Thursday.

Questions linger over the origin of the investigation, the complete work product and the cost to Entenza. The state legislator from St. Paul has said he can't produce documentation to show how much he paid or the directions researchers were given.

C’mon Matt. If you had an ounce of integrity, you would be the one embarrassed. What shouldn’t have happened is the investigation. If what I’ve been reading is correct, the documents Gragert dug up are readily available to anyone who asks.

Why didn’t you just call up your old buddy Mike and ask for them? Right, because you were hoping to find some dirt to use to derail his campaign. Nice move, jerk.

Now you say you can’t produce the documentation about the costs and scope of work?

Have you been hanging with Keith Ellison?

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