Lakeland Local Chases Governor Bubble Out Of The Senate Race*

You may have seen this week that Jeb Bush will attend to “first things,” which presumably refers to making money off shady deals, rather than run for Senate. Clearly he saw the writing on the wall after reading this Lakeland Local battle plan for defeating him. What choice did he have after having corporate crony case laid out against him so lucidly? My phone rang for days afterward with Democratic operatives bending my ear for advice.** They could smell the fear.

*Note to obtuse readers: This entire post, including headline, is an example of self-deprecating hyperbole. Bragging as irony. Or something. I don’t actually think we chased him out of the race. Nor do I think he read my post. We now return you to your regularly scheduled snark.

** Second note to obtuse readers: This is what’s known as a lie.

8 thoughts on “Lakeland Local Chases Governor Bubble Out Of The Senate Race*

  1. Billy, I don’t believe we have any obtuse readers.

    Of course, an Orlando politician searching for “Ways to waste taxpayer money” might stumble on your post. I’ll concide you’d have an obtuse reader then.

  2. Billy, I don’t believe we have any obtuse readers.

    Of course, an Orlando politician searching for “Ways to waste taxpayer money” might stumble on your post. I’ll concide you’d have an obtuse reader then.
  3. As an obtuse (and avid) reader of Lakeland Local, I’m offended at being singled out like this.  If I could figure out how to operate a telephonic device, you’d be hearing from my lawyer.

  4. As an obtuse (and avid) reader of Lakeland Local, I’m offended at being singled out like this.  If I could figure out how to operate a telephonic device, you’d be hearing from my lawyer.

  5. If B. Hall is who I think it is, you could probably build a telephonic device. Who is your lawyer, by the way?

  6. If B. Hall is who I think it is, you could probably build a telephonic device. Who is your lawyer, by the way?

  7. Lawyers are for important people who’ve got something to lose.  So unless I McGyver myself an iPhone out of pine cones and rubber bands, I’ve got nothing worth legally protecting.

  8. Lawyers are for important people who’ve got something to lose.  So unless I McGyver myself an iPhone out of pine cones and rubber bands, I’ve got nothing worth legally protecting.

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