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Now, he quits??

The Charlotte O
reports this morning that Republican consultant/on and off Pope Civitaser Jack Hawke has “parted ways” with Congressional candidate Tim “Christ’s War” D’Annunzio. According to the article, Hawke was apparently unhappy that D’Annunzio was blogging at all hours:

“I don’t think any candidate should get up at 3 or 4 in the morning, sit down in front of a computer and pour your heart out. It’s just not a smart thing to do.”

Just a couple of questions, Jack: Now, you quit!? Why were you ever trying to help this poor fellow in the first place? Does this mean that you have been okay up until now with his bizarre ravings? Was it the blogging or what the man has been saying? Please, Jack, tell us it’s the latter.

 

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