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In honor of the many many exciting things that have occurred in the past few days since I've had time to post I decided to go a gaggle of boondoggles and non-stop props to some of my fav braves and the stanker wankers.

Come... take my hand... don't be afraid... we are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of the dream

Happy get-lucky AG candidate in Kansas made a bit of a gaff when one of his campaign staffers or possible campaign volunteers grabbed a bunch of fun campaign material including a confidental campaign memo detailing Phill's (with two L's) need for local Kansas ministers to fundraise for his campaign.  The memo went so far as to also address the need to streamline and maximize Philly's time to such an extent that he doesn't need to eat.  see two L's here - one for Lame and one for Loser

Props go out to the staffer or volunteer who sent in the info - identifying themselves as "Concerned Citizens" from "Everywhere, KS."
Props also go out to Phill (with both L's) because although he is a right wing nutjob he is clearly committed to winning his race and he'll do what ever it will take to get there.  If Democrats were as committed we'd never lose... so while I can't stand Phill I must admire his tenacity to keep his job.
That said - Please Contribute to KS DA Paul Morrison or Volunteer for Paul's Campaign or Remark about how much he looks like Dr. Phil here or Read about how Paul is is Kansas's Protective Papa here.

Props also go out to Anti-Big Lover Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid who has initiated his Polygamy Task Force. While Senator Reid is from Las Vegas he is not into that kind of stuff.

Props to Sec. of State Bruce McPherson who announced this week in an email to his supporters that former SOS of CA Kevin Shelley did not dust or vacuum before leaving office.  McP was in the unfortunate position of being handed this office as part of the hostel take over that occurred in California.  For these reasons the Long Beach Telegram endorsed McP because he does neat stuff like read election code in his spare time.  Reports Show that the use of an actual telegram is about as useful as McPherson's voting equipment.  For this reason we here at Sarah's House of Useless Information believe in reliable things like telephones, a nut cracker, chocolate bars, and Debra Bowen for Secretary of State. Also a very nice giddy-up on The Sen with a Win the Bowen who keeps goin' over yonder.

And the award for most interesting prop goes to....................... The win that Lincoln Chaffee pulled out of here.  This win was important to allow Attorney General Sheldon Whitehouse to stomp on another republican senator. Ok it didn't really matter who won Whitehouse can stomp them both any day of the week!!  Let the better Whitehouse take the Senate by storm!!

He's so dreamy! http://www.whitehouseforsenate.com

End of my props for the day....

Originally posted to Sarahkatheryn on Wed Sep 13, 2006 at 10:15 AM PDT.

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