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Submitted by Ron Schneider on Wed, 11/19/2014 - 2:32pm.
How about those Republicans? They kind of make me think of a dog chasing a car that finally catches it. The next two years will be depressing in many ways but the silver lining may be watching the Repugs make even bigger idiots of themselves in the full spotlight.
We still have Drinking Liberally every Thursday at the St. Matthews Bluegrass Brewing Company. Come join us.
Submitted by Vicki Sansbury on Wed, 11/12/2014 - 4:36pm.
The weather is not the only thing giving me the chills this week. Congress returned to Washington today and the GOP wasted no time howling at the moon over the deal between China and the U.S. To reduce carbon pollution. Because saving the life and health of the planet is a horrible idea. Oh, and they rushed to dust off Paul Ryan's budget plan. Hear we go again with the GOP wasting time on crap that Obama will never sign into law.
I've got a better idea: let's get to Drinking Liberally Thursday night at 7:00 at the BBC!
See you Thursday
Submitted by Vicki Sansbury on Thu, 11/06/2014 - 3:23pm.
I knew we were in trouble when I went to vote. My polling place was overrun with old white peeps. So, Tuesday showed what elections look like when young and minorities stay home. Some shockingly awful politicians will now run our government.
Come out to Drinking Liberally tonight at 7:00 at the BBC. Don't stay home!
See you soon.
Submitted by Vicki Sansbury on Tue, 11/04/2014 - 1:53pm.
Have you voted yet? It's your patriotic duty! It looks like tonight's elections are going to be real nail biters so your vote will be doubly important.
We'll see you Thursday night at 7:00 at Drinking Liberally at the BBC where we will either celebrate or commiserate. Let's hope it's the former! See you Thursday.
Submitted by Ron Schneider on Tue, 11/04/2014 - 1:45am.
For anyone who looks at their e-mail at this late time for guidance on election day, here is a link to the Citizens for Better Judges website with their Jefferson Co. judicial picks: http://citizensforbetterjudges.org . There is a very large number of judicial races in Jefferson County this year, many uncontested, but many contested, also.
CBJ is a non-partisan group as described on their website.
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