local politics are funneh

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Deena Winter is running for city council 3rd district (mine). She was a reporter at the LJS and she has been mocked a bit by commenters on articles about her. On her personal blog she wanted people to take pictures of potholes.

The city of Lincoln twitter would rather you report them.

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As you can see in the pic at the top I reported potholes last week and they were patched within days.

Deena also is concerned about the future roundabout at 14th and Superior street. Peeps are giving her a bunch of crap about that. Peeps so funny.

Here is how the roundabout would work.

Zach Wahls Speaks About Family

Sorry to get all political on your arses, but this is one issue manufactured by a political party that continues to single out small percentages of our citizens to demonize for votes. It absolutely infuriates me.

He makes me proud to be an American.

Cat pictures coming soon I swear.

Administrative Professional’s Day An Unfair Burden on Nebraska Lincoln

From everyday ordinary

Lincoln, NE – Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning announced that he intends to file a lawsuit against the Obama Administration, calling Administrative Professional’s Day – formerly known as Secretary’s Day – an “unconstitutional and downright scary attempt at redistributing wealth.”

BorK has no opinion on this post or anything at all really. Just sharing a link.

Love the attention from the liberal media for our fine state. I believe it is one of our main sources of revenue :p

How is that hopey changey stuff working out for ya?

Murray Hill Inc. for Maryland’s 8th Congressional District

Srry to get all political on ya, but this is absolutely awesome.

Murray Hill Inc.

Murray Hill Inc. is believed to be the first “corporate person” to exercise its constitutional right to run for office. As Supreme Court observer Lyle Denniston wrote in his SCOTUSblog, “If anything, the decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission conferred new dignity on corporate “persons,” treating them — under the First Amendment free-speech clause — as the equal of human beings.”

Murray Hill Inc. agrees. “The strength of America,” Murray Hill Inc. says, “is in the boardrooms, country clubs and Lear jets of America’s great corporations. We’re saying to Wal-Mart, AIG and Pfizer, if not you, who? If not now, when?”

Murray Hill Inc. plans on spending “top dollar” to protect its investment. “It’s our democracy,” Murray Hill Inc. says, “We bought it, we paid for it, and we’re going to keep it.”

Murray Hill Inc., a diversifying corporation in the Washington, D.C. area, has long held an interest in politics and sees corporate candidacy as an emerging new market.

The campaign’s designated human, Eric Hensal, will help the corporation conform to antiquated “human only” procedures and sign the necessary voter registration and candidacy paperwork. Hensal is excited by this new opportunity. “We want to get in on the ground floor of the democracy market before the whole store is bought by China.”

Murray Hill Inc. plans on filing to run in the Republican primary in Maryland’s 8th Congressional District. Campaign Manager William Klein promises an aggressive, historic campaign that “puts people second” or even third.