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Dave Ramsey endorses Zach Wamp. Why? Sellout?

June 9th, 2010 | by admin |

Dave can do whatever he wants for sure, but I wish he would stay out of politics.  For one thing, he pisses off lots of listeners/viewers for no good reason, for another Zach Wamp?  Seriously.  Sad.This poster at Ron Paul Forums sums it up nicely ….

Why did Dave Ramsey endorse Zach Wamp for TN Governor?

- Zach Wamp voted for the bailouts. 

- Zach Wamp lied about his tenure in Congress (promised to serve less terms than he has) 

- Zach Wamp wants to unionize all police, fire, and EMT’s in the country 

- Zach Wamp is the king of pork in TN 

- Zach Wamp touts himself as a conservative but his voting record shows this to by hypocritical 

- Dave Ramsey doesn’t like liars 

- Dave Ramsey doesn’t like bailouts 

- Dave Ramsey is (was?) a fiscal conservative 

- Dave Ramsey has railed against the bailouts and socialism (which Zach Wamp voted for) 

- Even talk show host Phil Valentine thinks Zach Wamp is unfit to be Governor 

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