Calling Kenneth H. Zike

January 25, 2007 at 2:35am By: Mr. T Posted in Mr. T's Den

The Chuckster made it to the current edition of GQ:

Sitting in his office on a recent afternoon, Hagel leaned back in his armchair to explain, in a voice reminiscent of sandpaper on rough oak, how he was deceived by the president, and won’t let it happen again.

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Fletch January 26, 2007 at 12:36am

Maybe he should look for more magazine work, because his political career is dead.

Dave K January 26, 2007 at 3:34pm

Based on the accompanying picture, and some of the things he said, I have to conclude that he was high when he did that interview.  If he announces a run for president as a Republican, we’ll know his high is long-lasting.

Fletch January 26, 2007 at 4:24pm

The funny thing about living here, is that I think a lot of democrats feel that Ben Nelson doesn’t represent them—he has higher approval from the opposing party than his own.

Ditto that with Hagel, even more so every time he opens his mouth.

Could they just trade? Everyone would be happy, and the parties would each have a candidate that would more closely reflect their values, and the state would still have 1 of each party.

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