First, let me say sorry for the two day absence. Big family gathering for Easter meant a road trip and little time near a computer.
Now on to the post at hand . . .
Nancy Boyda decided it would be good to recap her first 90 days in Congress with WIBW. Most of the time we get measurements at 100 days, but I guess Boyda wanted her own story rather than getting caught up in all the 100 day stories about the abysmal start by the Democrats.
Her most memorable quote from the piece was this one, "I was trying to figure out what shoes to wear."
Good grief. Maybe picking shoes was what she was doing the day "her bill" (the ethics one Democrat leadership handed her after she mucked up the ABC news interview) came to the floor and she didn't know what actually was in it. Or maybe black or blue heels was on her mind when she didn't check out the bill that cost our military installations over $40 million.
Probably this was Nancy Boyda's attempt at humor, but the fact she's voting like a liberal Democrat 98% of the time makes us think it's her attempt to distract the voters from what she's actually doing in Washington.
Happy Easter, (oh and I wore black shoes to church this morning Nancy).
Dedicated to the proposition that Nancy Boyda is a one termer.