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Today, at the Missouri Ethics Commission:

C031159 07/12/2012 MISSOURIANS FOR KOSTER Cornerstone Health Care, Inc. 222 S. First St. Rogers AR 72756 7/12/2012 $10,000.00

C031159 07/12/2012 MISSOURIANS FOR KOSTER Sam Fox 7701 Forsyth Blvd. Ste. 600 St Louis MO 63105 The Harbour Group CEO 7/12/2012 $50,000.00

[emphasis added]

Ed Martin (r): Almost thirty states filed lawsuits to stop Obamacare. Not Missouri. Our attorney general sat it out. I’m Ed Martin. During my first minute in office, and I mean minute, we’ll have a new legal strategy to stop Obamacare.

This is no time for the wishy washy. Obamacare is a fundamental threat to our health, economy, and future.

I’m Ed Martin. We can’t waste a minute. As attorney general I’ll do whatever it takes to stop Obamacare.

“…Obamacare is a fundamental threat to our health, economy, and future…” Uh, then run for the U.S. House or U.S. Senate (oh, wait…) because a state attorney general ain’t gonna be able to do squat about it.

Dude, in case you were wondering the U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled on the Affordable Care Act. Shouldn’t [someone who wants to be] the state’s attorney general be a litttle quicker on the uptake (and there was that issue finding e-mail, too)?

Or, maybe Attorney General Chris Koster (D) is the token Democrat for campaign contributions (Governor Jay Nixon doesn’t count). Nah, they probably want an attorney general who actually understands the meaning of stare decisis.

That’s thirty seconds of my life I’m never getting back. Thanks, Ed, for wasting it.

I can understand why they cut the checks.