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RUH RO: Big Girl Fight In Frankfort This Morning

February 27th, 2009 · 3 Comments

Let’s hear it for this morning’s scandalous exchange between David Williams and Larry Dale Keeling!

During this morning’s leadership press conference, well, the, uh, fireworks were flying. Williams told Keeling he had no grounds for writing what he wrote. As far as we know, he was talking about the super-secret-legislative-CIA-monster called the General Assembly Accountability and Review Division (GAARD).

Keeling then asked Williams to repeat a comment he’d made to Jack Brammer about him on Wednesday afternoon. Williams said he’d tell him after the meeting. But Keeling was having none of it and said (we’re paraphrasing), “No, you’ll say it right here! On the record!” As he flashed an audio recorder.

We can’t wait to watch their fancy pee-pee contest during tonight’s highlights on KET.

Wonder what Williams said to Brammar about Keeling? Someone should fill us in so we can share it with our readership.

UPDATE: Compiled from several sources–

Williams was upset with Keeling’s story about shared Stumbo-Williams baggage.

Williams said to Brammer (paraphrasing loosely, but as accurate as possible), “Tell that Goddamned Larry Dale Keeling he better not show his face around the Senate for a few days. He’s begging for a lawsuit.”

Several reporters witnessed/heard the exchange so there’s no way it can really be denied. And we’re quite certain Williams’ crew is attempting to spin this.

Hilarious. Thanks to the folks who filled us in.

Tags: David L. Williams · Humor · Mainstream

3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Ray Re // Feb 27, 2009 at 3:58 pm

    On Gaard, Monsieur Keeling. Gonna be hard for Larry Dale to comply with the King’s dicta, given that the press room sits below the Senate chambers. Big girl panties for all!

  • 2 Al Mane // Feb 27, 2009 at 4:44 pm

    Did Williams really say GD? That would make the home folk madder than him drinking at casinos.

  • 3 Don Pratt // Feb 27, 2009 at 9:04 pm

    Sounds like Dandy Dave has the same condition as Jimmy Bunning, throwing “wild pitches.”
    As a pretty good umpire, I would call Dave out of the game, but too much is fixed these days.
    The owners are a crooked as their boys on the hill.
    No one has hired me to umpire either, and I am not for sale.