Oh, and about your phoney baloney jobs assholes-
Democratic Job Prospects Dim on K Street
By Anna Palmer, Roll Call Staff
Sept. 14, 2010, 12 a.m.
Help wanted on K Street. (Democrats need not apply.)
That’s the not-so-subtle message many Democratic Hill staffers say they are getting about their employment prospects this fall.
Limited job prospects have left some Democratic staffers, particularly those working for vulnerable Members, doing everything they can to be ready to start their job search on Nov. 3. In addition to readying their résumés for potential lobbying gigs, staffers are meeting with former colleagues who have already made the jump downtown.
Democratic aides may take a cue from their Republican counterparts. It wasn’t that long ago that Republicans found themselves in a similar position. After Democrats won the House in 2006, the job market significantly tightened, and many former GOP staffers left the Beltway completely.
Good riddance to bad rubbish.