30 Comments on "Montana Congressman Rehberg Caught Picking His Nose on C-SPAN"

  1. Rehberg doesn’t really project a “we need this man in the Senate” kind of vibe for me.

  2. He’s not just a rancher, he’s a miner too!

  3. I love that he looks at the booger to make sure he “got it”

  4. I sat next to a guy that did the same thing in grade school only he ate it. Does this mean Denny is still in grade school?

  5. Outstanding find, Cowgirl. Rhinotillexomania: psychiatric disorder or habit?

  6. If that is the best you can do…

    Sheesh- like no one here has ever picked their nose.

  7. I suspect that one will be in an ad….
    Then there is the Barney Frank version.

  8. Norma Duffy AKA ILIKEWOODS | April 19, 2012 10:25 PM at 10:25 PM |

    At least he looked at something in DC Close-Up, besides a drinking glass…… just saying.

  9. Who you gonna vote for? A Republican candidate who can pick his nose with either hand, or some clumsy jerk trying to stick a stub up his nose?

  10. How old is this video? The lack of grey hair indicates that it must be at least 10 years ago. I guess if this is a sample of what is election news here at the Montana Cowgirl blog. What next? Will see that video of Sen. Tester digging / scratching his backside?

  11. Put the Bong down!

  12. Norma Duffy AKA ILIKEWOODS | April 20, 2012 12:04 PM at 12:04 PM |

    This from a guy that probably shares his Vicodin with Limbaugh????

  13. I’d also like to note that no republicans are refuting that Romney’s father was born in Mexico.

    • Larry Kralj, Environmental Rangers | April 20, 2012 7:02 PM at 7:02 PM |

      Ask the Morons what the penatly is if a white marries a black. DEATH! Ain’t that America!! STILL want to live in Morondon??

  14. Bruce Tudvedt’s nose picking still takes the prize. http://youtu.be/skmeV55bfMs

  15. Senator Tester describing the fork and the load.


  16. “Jon Tester is a farmer and teacher. His position on wolves, like his position on government in general, seems to be to pragmatically manage them as one would any other resource without political drama or hyperbole.” Jerry Johnson, Big Sky Political Analysis.

  17. @jontester: Jon’s post office is on Johannes Ave. in Big Sandy, Montana. Today he’s voting to protect Montana’s rural post offices in the Senate.

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