Basically, we’re pretty sure it’s not even going to flurry or whatever. But wouldn’t it be awesome if we got rear-end-deep snow? Don’t worry, we’ll keep dreaming.
That silly Brad Cummings, Jefferson County Republican Party Chairman, and his following ways have landed him in the media once again. For his role as a Big Brother. We guess the whole being an Apple using homosexual sympathizer isn’t enough to ruin him forever! [C-J]
Republicans will lose Michigan for a generation. At least. Instead of working to find a solution, they pressed for political revenge and obstructionism. [Mother Jones]
Are you an artist in Louisville? You may want to heed this call. Ashley Cecil is expanding her team of Champions 4 Her. Visual artists who are interested in participating as a street painting facilitator. A stipend may be included! [Ashley Cecil]
Americans are not happy with Mitch McConnell and other Republicans. “Let it be known to the millions of people about to be out of work, to the millions of people who will find themselves on the wrong end of obtaining financing of any sort despite their good credit and to the millions of Americans who will have to pay billions more later when we finally do bail out the auto industry, that Senator Mitch McConnell refused to budge because his political goals were more important than an exercise of statesmanship in a time of crisis.” [NY Times]
You know you’re struggling. Would a tax cut help? [Reuters]
Kentucky’s presidential electors met and cast their votes today. On the Monday following the second Wednesday of December, as established in federal law, each state’s Electors meet in their respective state capitals and cast their electoral votes, one for President and one for Vice President. The electoral votes are then sealed and transmitted from each state to the President of the U.S. Senate who, on the following January 8, opens and reads them before both houses of the Congress. John McCain won Kentucky’s 8 (number of U.S. Senators plus the number of U.S. Representatives) votes. [Press Release]
Because we were suffering the pains of, you know, not wanting to read another press release today, we’re going to push you on Hebert. He’s got the skinny on the Governor’s Task Force on the Future of Horse Racing. [Mark Hebert]