Let’s take a look at Steve Daines today and see if we can learn of any warnings his clothes might be giving us.
And then there’s that shirt again. It’s plaid, button-down, pocket on one side, and that nice watch to go with it.
The way his flag is blending together with that background also makes me question his loyalty to America – does he just want some states to up and float away, no boundaries to hold them in?
And why just 8 states? Is that his overarching agenda – to reduce America’s size through consolidations and off-shoring, perhaps into something more manageable for his Wall Street handlers to preside over?
Gosh, wouldn’t it be great to get real chummy with him in the Senate? Maybe he could become president one day, and I could follow him around at the heels like Racicot used to do with Bush. Gosh, wouldn’t that be something!
I think the Republican budget for those types of studies in 2013 amounted to $12.4 million, but don’t quote me on that.
Daines managed to get around that provision in the local D.C. ordinances by working on a Saturday, at least that’s what I read on the internet.
Well, that’s that. I think it’s clear – Steve Daines and his obsession with plaid in Montana goes against his inclinations. He’s a Washington boy now, and favors solid colors while there.
I’m afraid plaid is just a metaphor for what we’re getting – someone that puts on one outward persona while in Montana, and a completely different one when back in Washington.
I’m glad Amanda Curtis isn’t wearing plaid...yet.