You can’t trust Andy Barr for anything because he’s a criminal. Simple message. According to Bluegrass Politics it’s true too:
The ruling: True.
The facts: In 1993, as a 19-year-old college student vacationing in Key West, Fla., Barr was charged by police with possession of a fake Mississippi driver’s license. He pleaded guilty and was ordered to provide eight hours of community service, according to court records.
Their justification of why it’s true is that when he applied for state jobs he didn’t list that conviction. He felt it was “minor”. DCCC argues otherwise.
I think this is deceptive by Ben Chandler and the DCCC. What do you think?
September 15, 2009 -- Congress goes where no Congress has gone before (2) It's reached an all-time low.
The House of Representatives, on the heels of an impassioned and lively debate, voted Tuesday to formally admonish Rep. Joe Wilson, R-S.C., for accusing the pre...
April 30, 2012 -- Obama’s EEOC hearts felons (0) Got this little tidbit from the EEOC this morning at work.
New guidelines could keep employers from digging into someone's past.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is changing the way ...
January 25, 2010 -- Oprah on abstinence? (0) Bristol and Sarah Palin were recently on Oprah Winfrey's show. Big fat hairy deal. Bristol had recently stated that she didn't plan on having extra-marital sex again. Having had extra-marital se...
April 28, 2009 -- Franken and Specter (0) Arlen Specter switched loyalties today. A move that surprised me only in the fact it proves he's not completely daft. Some people are reading a lot into this:
How much more can the Republicans t...
October 9, 2008 -- Illegal use of yourself? (0) This story has me somewhat perplexed:
NEWARK, Ohio — Central Ohio authorities have filed felony charges against a 15-year-old girl accused of taking nude cell phone photos of herself and sending ...