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About

Train Wreck Politics– a collection of humor, cynicism, pop culture, and semi-serious commentary– is the 1,000,000th political blog to go online in 2008.  Its author, Griffin, is a writer and part-time political consultant who has advised such heavyweights as Bill Clinton (“Just shut up, Bill. Seriously, no more talking in public.”), Al Gore (“Boooooriiiiiiing!”), and George W. Bush (“I agree, Mr. President, you could stimulate the economy by cutting interest rates another quarter percent and giving homeowners some short-term relief without adversely affecting international markets, but really the best thing you could do at this point would be to stop f&*!ing everything up!“).

Questions, tips, fan mail, and spam can be directed to:
griffin@trainwreckpolitics.com

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  • 1 frank // Apr 13, 2008 at 4:37 am

    Wow, bipartisan political smackdown. I like it, I like it a lot.

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