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New Episode: Vexations of Miss Victoria, perils of politics

It ain't easy being a Democrat in Adair County, much less running a Democrat political machine here. If Miss Lennie McLaughlin had to put up with what Miss Victoria has to endure, her great old political organization couldn't have even named a janitor at UL, much less a department head there. Yesterday, when we left Miss Victoria, she had already met with and impressed Democratic Attorney General candidate Andy Beshear, and had announced a respite from politics for the afternoon to repair her gated entrance, pretty nigh destroyed by an idiot driver who didn't know a parkway ramp from his nether depth. On her return to town and politics, to her Center of Power/World Domination Headquarters (Adair County has many of these. Several within a three building span of Burkesville Street, many more on the Public Square, and maybe ne or two on Campbellsville Street, where the Dennis Loy outfit is located), she encountered yet another challenge which would have driven a lesser leader into a lunatic asylum. But not Miss Victoria. Herein continues the saga. - ED, A loyal member of the Miss Vicky Faction of the Adair County Democratic Party.

When all else fails, meet in the cool air

By Victoria Pike, President
Adair County Democratic Women's Club

Interesting meeting.

Got stuff in and went back to get something and door was locked with purse and phone in it.

Had to go to Miss Sue's to get another key and she was gone.


Left note for her to call me on cell phone when she got home. Only to remember on the way home the cell phone was also locked up in the Chamber.

What a day after the interesting morning that we had!

Oh well, it must get better from here.

Did hold meeting in the parking lot. Not a first either.

Mercy.

- Miz Vicky


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