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January 10, 2007 09:51 PM UTC

Lamborn Wants You to Have a Nebraska Flag

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  • by: Colorado Pols

As Lynn Bartels of the Rocky Mountain News reports:

U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn, R-Colorado Springs, has posted on his Web site, under “Flag Requests,” the following:

“If you are a resident of Nebraska’s First Congressional District, you may purchase a U.S. flag from the office of Rep. Jeff Fortenberry. There is no limit on the number of flags you may order.”

Huh?

Lamborn took office last week, and has set up a new Web site http://lamborn.house.gov/services.

He must have gotten some ideas from fellow Republican Fortenberry on what to post.

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12 thoughts on “Lamborn Wants You to Have a Nebraska Flag

      1. Franking is so specific about what can and can’t be on a web site.  This is common practice for entering Members to utilize other Member web pages to set up theirs initially before Franking approves this that and the other.  Besides, it’s a smart move to “borrow” when you are an entering Member.  It allows you to hit the ground running while not waiting three or four weeks for Franking to get back to you.  Why reinvent the wheel is what I say!  Congrats to Lamborn for getting his site up and running even if there are a few things to work out before it’s perfect.  Way to go! 

        1. Hitting the ground running is neat and all, but this is just embarrassing. Evidently it’s “common practice” for “entering members” to send dirty IMs to congressional pages – that don’t make it right.

    1. A mountain backdrop, a blacksmith in a toga, and some giant bundled broccoli are interesting choices for the Nebraska state flag.  So is the inclusion of the day, month and year of statehood, as if anyone wants to commemorate the creation of Nebraska.

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