consultants are sandburs

Saturday, January 28, 2017

If knowledge in politics begins at home, The Detroit Free Press is near the home of Betsy DeVos, and can recognize a train wreck when presented one.

This DFP ( link.

Perhaps the kindest thing that can be said about DeVos would be to call her pasture dressing. It would go downhill from there.

Indirectly like-minded to the DFP, the New York Times gives kid glove terminology to folks with tons of money. At greater length, but with fewer links than in the DFP item, NYT weighs in lightly on the nominee's deficiency.

Public menace might also aptly serve to describe the gentle lady who stinks of money and has given much stinking money to Republican establishment-hack politics.

DOES ANY READER KNOW: Not a Tea Party lady, it being coarse and beneath her station? Or does she mix somewhat with GOP hoi poilli?

Not to be too harsh: May this Michigan maven be tasked to drink Flint's water.

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