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Entries from December 2009

Another Rand Paul Staffer Resigns!

December 31st, 2009 · 2 Comments

Ruh ro: I am writing you today to thank for for all the hard work you have put in on behalf of the Rand Paul for U.S. Senate campaign in 2009.  As 2009 comes to a close, I want to personally thank you for all the work you do for the cause of liberty!  In […]

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Tags: FEAR! · Rand Paul · Senate

Steve Beshear Shares His “Wrap Up” of 2009

December 31st, 2009 · 1 Comment

Governor Steve Beshear’s re-election campaign, which has Jerry Abramson tagging along or whatever, sent out this email blast a bit ago touting all the things Poppy Beshear has allegedly done. Let’s look: Kentuckians won’t soon forget 2009 — a year that gave us a record-shattering ice storm, significant flooding, and the worst economic outlook in […]

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Tags: Education · Embarrassing · Hypocrisy · Steve Beshear

Hilarity From Randy Rand Paul’s Funtimes Party

December 31st, 2009 · Comments Off

Watch this video of Rand Paul’s hilarious supporters getting all mad at the kooky people: I love listening to crazy middle-aged women got batshiz insane. LOVE. IT. Also love watching Steve Robertson queen out trying to mediate the hilarity.

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Tags: Humor · Rand Paul · RPK · Senate

New Year’s Eve Late Morning Roundup Stuff

December 31st, 2009 · 6 Comments

That whole bit about me trying not to do work today? Haha, right. Fat chance. People were calling before six a.m. Who knew so many folks would be pretending to do work today? Goodness. So let’s look at some stuff… The 2009 Rooties are here from Joe! I won a fancy award but was a […]

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Tags: Contest · FEAR! · Greg Stumbo · Humor · Hypocrisy · KDP · Rand Paul · Senate · Spotted

Watch This: Rand Paul Kid For the Win!

December 31st, 2009 · 1 Comment

Happy almost New Year, ladies & ladydudes:

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Tags: Humor · Rand Paul · Senate

It’s Maybe the Last Round-Up of the Year

December 30th, 2009 · Comments Off

State Government employees lost more than 6,500 pounds in 2009. 1,200 folks took part. That’s a lot of fat. It’s too bad the legislature won’t do the same thing. [Press Release] The Sixth Annual Not Good For Nothing Quiz is upon us! [LEO Weekly] A plethora of numbers traces a decade of change. [H-L] The […]

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Tags: Bruce Lunsford · Budget · Campaign Finance · Economy · Health Care · Jobs · Kentucky Business · Kentucky Tourism · Mainstream Mistake · Mitch McConnell · Poverty · Stats

David Williams Takes On The Governor Again

December 30th, 2009 · 1 Comment

The sleeping beast is waking up since the session is right around the corner. David Williams on Steve Beshear: “He’s been a one-issue governor up until this juncture,” he said. “That’s all he’s had on his mind: establish one crisis after another that was unmanageable if you didn’t have gambling revenue.” Click here to read […]

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Tags: David L. Williams · Gambling · Steve Beshear

Proposed Code of Legislative Ethics Changes

December 30th, 2009 · Comments Off

You know what what we do on slow news days! We talk about ethics. Specifically, the Legislative Ethics Commission and its recommended changes to the Code of Legislative Ethics. Let’s take a look: Lobbyist and employer spending on food and beverages Recommendation: Repeal the provision allowing each lobbyist and employer to spend up to $100 […]

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Tags: Campaign Finance · Corruption · Kentucky Business

Governor Beshear’s Weekly Video Address

December 30th, 2009 · Comments Off

This week Governor Steve Beshear spends 2:34 talking about helping Kentuckians through tough times: It’s too bad he refuses to consider comprehensive tax reform. Otherwise people in Kentucky would, you know, actually get help. Beshear also released his end of the year message for state employees. See that video after the jump…

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Tags: Economy · FEAR! · Steve Beshear

Lt. Dan Claims Jack’s Dad Makes Him Popular?

December 30th, 2009 · 8 Comments

Check out this bit from Daniel Mongiardo’s latest email blast, in a portion about what “gifts” to his campaign can allegedly accomplish: And, perhaps most importantly, it will send a message – a message the entire country could benefit from: the US Senate will not be awarded to an individual based on who their parents […]

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Tags: Campaign Finance · Dan Mongiardo · Humor · Jack Conway · Senate