Posted by | January 31, 2011 14:11 | Filed under: Top Stories

Egypt, health care and the economy must not be real issues to former Minnesota governor and current presidential hopeful Tim Pawlenty. On Fox and Friends he discussed the “abysmal” state of the union and called the president “chicken.” (via Mediate)

Yet what he was eager to talk about now was how Obama’s speech last week was full of soaring rhetoric and that Obama’s hesitance to even bring up entitlement reform suggests “he’s chicken to address the real issues.” Gretchen Carlson noticed Pawlenty’s tone was a bit tougher than in past appearances, to which he warned that his past persona of being “Minnesota nice” should not be confused with “being weak.”

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