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Monday, September 26, 2005


Just read in the OWH today that only 55 of Nebraska's 93 counties have a Democratic Party chairman, and the rest of the article talked about how it was going to take more than 5 years to correct this.

Apparently they need a little help with organization, so I've come up with a solution for them:

Get a list of registered democrats and start making some calls. Seriously, it's 38 goddamn counties. Someone with my resources could knock this out in two weeks, tops.

How do these a-holes manage to breathe. I no longer feel sorry for any of these fucking self loathing pukes.

F the Nebraska Democratic Party.

By the way, I was LOLing to the rant part of your post, not the plight of the Nebraska Democratic Part.

How on earth do they think this will take five years? I mean, I understand that there are no elections for another five years, but...wait, what's that? There WILL be elections over the course of the next five years?

Well then....nevermind.
Good luck finding a democrat in every Nebraska county
Pete and I have talked about this before, but most of these farmers SHOULD be democrats, but they just don't realize it. I have not read much of it, but Pete said the book "What's The Matter With Kansas" is a great read. And it makes sense--Republicans, in theory, are not the people who are fighting for big subsidies (the ones in Nebraska do, but I often find the "Republicans" in Nebraska to be anything but).

Actually, this should be its own post in itself. Can someone please explain to me how we have a 80-90% Republican base in Nebraska, yet we're easily one of the heaviest-taxed states in the country? You know how much it would be to license my 1999 Nissan Maxima with 140,000 flippin' miles on it in Ohio? $50. How much was it here? $200. Cell phone taxes, living in Lincoln or Omaha, comes out to be 22%. 22%!!

They think they're Republicans because Republicans stand for "family values." However, being a farming Democrat in Nebraska makes a hell of a lot more sense.
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