All I Want for Christmas is Pete Buttigieg to Forgive My “Rules of the Road” Violations

I consider Pete Buttigieg a modern American hero. He is as flawed as the rest of us, but controls his deficits better than most. As some attack him for being born with advantages, the smart people realize he’s made the most of the opportunities presented him. He possesses full control of his sexual orientation narrative, and has converted it into pure power in a profession where it has been historically weaponized by others into weakness. ...Continue Reading

Campaign Advice for Warren and Klobuchar: Back off Pete Buttigieg

It isn’t Pete Buttigieg’s fault that Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota didn’t learn from the other candidates who thought it smart to go after him in a debate. They can’t say Pete didn’t warn them. ...Continue Reading

How Did All the “Not Pete Buttigieg” Candidates Fare in the December Debate?

The deep sting acknowledged throughout the pavilion when Pete came back at Elizabeth Warren with the line, “This is the problem with issuing purity tests you yourself cannot pass,” was Christmas coming a week early for me. ...Continue Reading

If The Media Insists on Attacking Pete Buttigieg, Here’s a List From Me

Dear Media: I know how badly you'd like to have some dirt on Pete Buttigieg, but you're really scrubbing the bottom of the barrel.

So to save you time, and me a headache, here's a helpful list of every misdeed, transgression, error, lapse, booboo and oops-a-daisy mistake Mayor Pete has ever made in his entire life.

From using permanent markers on the whiteboard to wearing Hammer Pants in the 1990s, you'll find it all here.

It's my sincere hope you use this handy reference next time you come up empty.

(And I left #100 blank for anyone with suggestions)

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What it Means That Everyone and The Horse They Rode In On is Going After Pete Buttigieg

If Lindsey Graham doesn’t have to read the impeachment transcripts, I don’t have to read any “breaking news” about Pete Buttigieg talking too loud at a movie, eating sushi with a fork, or forgetting to put down the seat. ...Continue Reading

The Gift of Pete Buttigieg to the American Voter

For all the moments in this country people cry out, “We need to talk about race!” we should be relieved to have a leader who is willing to charge into the racial headwinds as bravely as Pete Buttigieg. ...Continue Reading

Look Smart When Promoting Buttigieg: Make Your Own “Binder Full of Pete”

Making your own BINDER FULL OF PETE (copyright Mitt Romney) is a great way to stay up to date, educated, and armed with facts. I feel good about my ability to speak on behalf of the Buttigieg campaign, and can blow people away with all the wonderful things there are to know about candidate Pete Buttigieg! ...Continue Reading

For Pete Buttigieg, Nothing Could Be Finer Than a Win in Carolina

There is more than one scenario where the Buttigieg campaign would rightly be able to claim a victory on its path to the nomination. Consider these possibilities. Continue Reading...

Pete Buttigieg in Portland (sorta)

Portland Saturday Farmers Market spreading the good word about Pete Buttigieg #1 in Iowa.  #1 in New Hampshire.  Nevada and South Carolina, we’re coming your way! #PDX #PeteForAmerica #PeteButtigieg2020 #FlatPete lives

What Tulsi Gabbard Could Learn from Pete Buttigieg (but won’t)

Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard looked into the eyes of the “Wrath of Buttigieg” last night, and now she’s not long for this world. Witness what has happened to past Democratic presidential nominees who’ve made the same mistake of tangling with Pete’s superior thinking.  Congressman Eric Swalwell tried it first, and his exit from the race couldn’t have … Continue reading What Tulsi Gabbard Could Learn from Pete Buttigieg (but won’t)