July 13, 2007

Speaking of people we don't like...

It would appear that Austin's own former Rep. Terry Keel will stay on as House Parliamentarian in an effort to 'stand by his man'.

Former Austin Rep. Terry Keel, a Republican who only thought he was leaving the House when his last term ran out in January, plans to stick around as the House parliamentarian, a post he suddenly filled after the previous parliamentarian, Denise Davis, resigned late in the regular legislative session.

Davis and her assistant, Chris Griesel, quit the night House Speaker Tom Craddick told the House he didn’t have to recognize any motions for him to relinquish the speaker’s job.

Yeah, I don't think anyone will soon forget Terry's role in keeping the dictatorial CradDICK on the dais.

In other Keel related news (yes, I'll be taking a shower after writing this post. In bleach), Terry's been working double time to find a challenger for Travis County Constable Richard McCain who beat Keel's inept brother in 2004. Word on the street is that Keel has recruited three Republicans... two to run in the R primary and one to flip and run against McCain in the D primary. Will it work? Sure. About as well as Keel's buttcut hair.

Give it up, loser. And rethink your hair.

Posted by mcblogger at July 13, 2007 07:52 AM

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