GOP Senator Gregg withdraws as nominee for Commerce Secretary

Bad choice from the beginning:

Republican Sen. Judd Gregg of New Hampshire has withdrawn his nomination to become President Barack Obama’s commerce secretary.

In a statement released by his office, the New Hampshire senator cites “irresolvable conflicts” on issues including the economic stimulus package.

What did he think? What kind of game was he playing? He’d rather be an obstructionist — and this just further proves none of the Republicans really want to be bipartisan.

I guess this means we won’t be having a coming out party for that new Senator from New Hampshire.


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