Tactics and Substance in the 2004 Elections GoogleNews: Howard Dean

July 30, 2004

by J

Ridge May Quit

Tom Ridge may quit because $175K per year apparently isn't enough to send his children to college.
Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge is considering stepping down after the November election, telling colleagues he is worn out from the massive reorganization of government and needs to earn money in the private sector to put his teenage children through college, officials said.
Yeah. Right.
Posted by J at July 30, 2004 11:27 AM
Comments

Maybe he should just take a handful of Prozac and get back to work:

A campaign worker for President Bushsaid on Thursday American workers unhappy with low-quality jobs should find new ones -- or pop a Prozac to make themselves feel better.

"Why don't they get new jobs if they're unhappy -- or go on Prozac?" said Susan Sheybani, an assistant to Bush campaign spokesman Terry Holt.

Posted by: Liz at July 30, 2004 04:02 PM

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