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Pandering Politician Quote of the Day

June 28th, 2012 by mopns · No Comments

The St. Louis American is not buying the “I love black people” progressivism of 79th district candidate Martin Casas:

Martin Casas, who is running against Michael Butler in the Democratic primary for the open state House seat being vacated by Tishaura O. Jones, seems to believe the stain of Rex Sinquefield support won’t hurt him at the polls on August 7.

Casas – who has down pat the “young progressive urban professional” patter that makes civic leaders at least temporary believers in him – has started to pile up the connections to Rex.

Wahby’s plates suspended for unpaid parking tickets
Nancy Rice – an employee of Pelopidas, Sinquefield’s primary political shop – was the host of a Casas fundraiser at her house on March 21. Brian Wahby, Casas’ mentor in St. Louis politics (and hubby of Mayor Francis G. Slay’s school choice minion, Robbyn Wahby), tweeted from the fundraiser about what a good time they were all having. Read more…

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