No, Indiana Barrister was not hacked by the unions nor the Executive Director of the Marion County Democratic Party, we moved to a new server and it took longer than we planned. Lucklily, the Indiana House Democrats haven’t come back yet, so you haven’t missed too much. Below is what I posted on my other blogs this morning. The only main update is that House Speaker Brian Bosma is expected to levy some fines in about 30 minutes against the absentee Democrats. You can follow me on Twitter (AttyAbdul) or Facebook for the latest daily updates. Thanks for the patience.
When we asked House Democratic Leader Pat Bauer if he thought he made progress in Wednesday afternoon meeting with House Speaker Brian Bosma to end the political stalemate at the Indiana General Assembly, he told us they were a “couple steps closer”. Now seeing how there about 282,000 steps between Indianapolis and Champaign-Urbana, Illinois two steps is better than no steps. The more I thought about it, the more I thought the Democratic Leader’s words could apply to a lot of things on the political landscape.
- For example, House Speaker Brian Bosma is a step closer to levying some serious fines against the absentee Democrats.
- The Indiana Senate is a step closer to running out of things to do if House Bills don’t start coming over soon.
- The out-of-state based union rallies in perpetuity are a step closer to getting on everyone’s nerves at the Capitol who actually works for a living.
- The teachers unions are a step closer to getting investigated by the State for allegedly raising money to pay for political contributions to pay for lodging for absentee Democrats.
- Democratic Mayoral candidate Melina Kennedy is a step closer to realizing that there are some things you can’t play politics with, i.e. Rocky Ripple flood walls.
- The City and faith-based community are step closer to developing a more comprehensive strategy to deal with youth violence.
- If this keeps up I’ll be a step closer to having go find a real job because there won’t be anything to report.