Case in point: Democrat Gubernatorial candidate Mark Lakers has already flip-flopped on his website.
At left is Lakers's "official" press photo and at right is his new campaign website header.
Does Lakers part that hair on the left, or the right?
Did he put this website together while looking in the mirror?
And moreover, what brand of razor is the guy using (because it doesn't seem to be getting the job done)?
Here, we're going to fix this right now:
OK, much better. Now back to your regularly scheduled blog.
2nd District Congressman Lee Terry's Democratic opponent has been put on the Democrat Congressional Campaign Committee's "Red to Blue" campaign kick.
Under the program, the DCCC will provide "access to financial, communications, and strategic support from the national party."
Oh wait, we copied that quote from the wrong source. That was from 2008 Democrat candidate Jim Esch's campaign when the DCCC put him on Red to Blue and spent a million dollars on attack ads.
Well, we're sure that Tom White will have the same success with it that Esch had.
And as the left-wing forces continue to come after Lee Terry, you may have heard that they are employing robocalls to tell you that Terry is against the Obamacare health care re-form plan.
No, it's not 1983. We checked the calendar.
Believe it or not, there are still politicians who believe that interrupting you during dinner to give you recorded message about politics is just what will sway you over to their side.
And the funny thing is, the robocall script from "Americans United for Change" (hopefully they'll collect enough to make a dollar), failed to follow the rules of the Nebraska Public Service Commission. They were supposed to provide the telephone number and address of their outfit during the call. Oh, but don't worry, after their screw-up, they promised to fix all future calls.
They should be required to call everyone back and tell them what they did wrong.