4.09.2008

Random Political Thought


Mindy Montford (daughter of John T. Montford - big Texas Tech guy who has a place on Lake Bridgeport up at the north end) raised $564,371 in order to try and win the DA's job in Austin being vacated by Ronnie Earle.

She lost.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

The photographer must have caught her in mid-wink. Or else, that is her "I am tough on crime!" look.

Anonymous said...

Funniest quote in the story. When thanking Ronnie Earle, "He gave me the greatest gift of all: He gave me his great name." You liberal weenies crack me up.

Anonymous said...

Her eyes are cockeyed like one of them Picaso paintings or sumthin.

Anonymous said...

Oh well, easy come, easy go.

Anonymous said...

Her daddy was the first chancellor the Tech system ever had, raised a whole lot of money and bailed out on us.

Anonymous said...

I think I just found my sugar momma.

Anonymous said...

Daddy's money can't buy everything or everyone!!!

Anonymous said...

Excuse me, but you look like you could use a good oil rub....

First I'm going to put some oil here.....Oh, is the door locked?

Anonymous said...

Mindy M 99, couldn't carry on the legacy of John T 99. Make your comments, but be advised that John Montford was a damn good prosecutor in "the day". She has genetic potential, and I'm talking sending people to the pen, if that's what you crave.

Unfortunately "the day" has come and gone?

Life ain't fair especially when you deep-six $600,000, and still come out second?

Anonymous said...

Barry is that why u stay on the North end too? U know that is called Blockers Camp, kinda sounds like a camp for the military. We all know that area has great property value.

Anonymous said...

Ha! I was right, driver was 81.

Anonymous said...

Was that poor girl in some sort of industrial accident or something? Only Austin would have a DA named Ronnie Earle. Wonder which club on 6th street he played guitar at?

Anonymous said...

I believe in French her name would mean Ford Mountain.

Anonymous said...

John Montford, I remember him-back in those days rich men like him flew over the landscape throwing 5 gallon bucketfuls of silver dollars over the side.

Anonymous said...

Quite a few people communicate through these threads in apparent code and innuendo. Are ya'll secret agents or something?