In a recent twitter exchange Marissa Pugmire, Bill Bolling’s Political director said the following:
Question by:djneltz[Daniel Nelson]
Is there a way we could have a Boston tea party where we actually toss the Tea Party folks in a bay?
Response by Mpugmire: [Marissa Pugmire]
I really, really want to retweet that, but I can’t. I have that same thought everyday.
Why does Bolling’s political director want to throw us into the bay? And now we see that Bolling is going to be working for the least conservative presidential candidate Mitt (aka: Willard) Romney? Lovely
More about Marissa from LI:
Marissa Pugmire is currently serving as the Political Director for Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling. She previously assisted in the re-election of Lieutenant Governor Bolling as the Deputy Political Director with primary focus in the Northern Virginia region of the Commonwealth. She was instrumental in the election of Governor-elect Bob McDonnell, Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling and Attorney General-elect Ken Cuccinelli helping each of these candidates to win 50% of the vote in this vital region. In previous years she has taken leadership roles in other noted organizations such as the Arizona Chamber of Commerce, Romney for President Campaign, Judy Lloyd for State Assembly Campaign, Victory ’06 Operation and other local and state campaigns around the country. Marissa also coordinated following the presidential election with Governor Mitt Romney’s Free and Strong America PAC through their fundraising department. Marissa attended Brigham Young University and currently splits her time between Arlington and Richmond, Virginia.
In 2010 several Tea Party leaders were working to remove several Republican party unit chairs in the 5th district. We ran into Marisssa Pugmire at the time and questioned why Bill Bolling was meddling with the unit chair selection by giving his endorsement to people we were trying to unseat. She replied with a smirk on her face with the typical establishment drivel.
I hope Bolling doesn’t expect our support in 2012 for anything higher than Dog Catcher.
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