Matt Rosendale has consistently shown he’s not ready for prime time. He just happens to have millions of dollars, so he keeps getting elected.
Between his thick Maryland accent and his nonsensical policy proposals it is very hard to understand Matt Rosendale when he talks.
Reading should be a little easier–you would think.
Rosendale proudly tweeted out a meme showing how profound he is. And how he #meansbusiness. It’s tough to tell what exactly Rosendale’s saying here:
Let’s unwrap this slogan.
After I walk into a room, (Okay, so we know Matt has just entered a room)
When I leave you may not like me, (Okay, so Matt has left the room and done something to upset the people in the room)
But by golly you will not misunderstand where I am, (Matt clearly and presumably loudly shuts the door to this room. He leaves behind no doppleganger. He is now out of this room.)
I get things done. (Matt has completed the act of leaving a room)
I just don’t see how this is a positive. In this scenario the thing Matt has got “done” is upsetting the people in the room.
Your racist uncle can walk in a room, piss everyone off, and walk out, but that doesn’t qualify him to be a US Senator.
It should come as no surprise that a man running for Senate with ZERO accomplishments ,despite years of elected office, is touting his ability for basic transport as a qualification.
If Rosendale is interested in more slogans to meme-ify here are a few suggestions:
After I use the bathroom, when I leave you may not know it, you may not hear the water run, but by golly I wash my hands–I swear. I get things done.
After my dog craps on the lawn, when he’s done doing his business, it may stink, but by golly I will pick it up. I get things done.
After I Become Insurance Commissioner, Your Premiums Will Go Up, I May Just Rubber Stamp Rate Increases, But By Golly Will I still Pull A Salary, I Get Things Done (By golly this one might work)