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Rampette said...

Bless his heart, li'l ol' Brian Kelsey got up mighty early to get "the last word" by pre-emptively posting a long double-post here at 4:20 a.m.

But after his purty words blow away, the truth remains:

On Wednesday, January 28, Brian Kelsey officially told an AP reporter that he had NOT sent ANY text message to Speaker Kent Williams.

Then on Thursday, January 29, the AP discovered that Brian Kelsey HAD sent a text to Speaker Williams.

And what does Brian do after he gets caught? He starts back-peddlin' like crazy, spinnin' out an inky cloud of words like some weird unethical octopus.

Sorta like Blagojevich without the bleeps.

And speakin' of "THE LAST WORD," check out the psychologically revealin' last word of the oddly-worded final sentence that Brian Kelsey nervously posted above:

"Speaker Williams had not yet released his statement making Rep. Lynn, the sexual harassment victim, like like a liar."

January 30, 2009 at 8:44 p.m.
Rampette said...

That cute li'l nightly-comic-book readin' Jason Mumpower had it all planned out.

Bless his heart, BEFORE the session yesterday, Jason and his Republican buddies had already changed the State website to show him as Speaker:


This kinda reminds me of last summer when Jason Mumpower and other Republicans had a big plan to help defeat Kent Williams by running another Republican against ol' Kent in the Republican primary.

That plan didn't work out so well for Jason and the other Republicans, either.

And, I am sure Jason and the other Republicans planned for Kent Williams to just forgive and forget that they helped Kent's opponent last summer with campaignin', money, and radio attack ads blastin' Kent.

Yep, plans are a lot like comic book characters -- they look good on paper.

January 14, 2009 at 7:03 a.m.

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