I am proud to be associated with Laura Ebke, a caring person of impeccable integrity and genuine humanity.
In so far as some people will not have the chance to learn the truth of the matter, it is, for someone who knows Laura as a conscientiously fair and honest person, both saddening and infuriating to see her, of all people, become the target of a "hit piece" of political defaming (see below P.S.).
But then, in the end, I am convinced that Laura's natural integrity will be her best advertisement among those that meet her during the campaign and those who know her anyway, as well as reaching many more on-line and by word of mouth.
Laura is a wonderfully balanced person of warmth, responsibility and circumspection, ideally suited to represent her fellow Nebraskans in the Legislature.
Just take a glimpse at Laura's facebook presence to see what I mean.
Yesterday, my mother-in-law received a "hit piece"--paid for by the Nebraska Democratic Party--suggesting that "Laura Ebke: TOO Extreme for Women"--and that I was saying NO Health care that Nebraska Women deserve--like Mammograms, coverage of pre-existing conditions, and affordable access to contraception.
They refer the Campaign for Liberty Legislative survey, found here:http://www.campaignforliberty.org/surveys2/?id=59. My opponent didn't bother to answer it--nor did a lot of other candidates. I'm sure that this refers to the question about opposing Obamacare.
As the wife of a physician--and a woman--it's laughable to suggest that I am *against* any of those things. I just happen to believe that Obamacare doesn't fix the problem of access.
See also Vote Tuesday, Nov. 4th - Laura Ebke.