U.S. Rep. Alan Nunnelee is being treated for a hematoma in his left leg at the North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo, his office reported Monday afternoon.
Elizabeth Parks, a spokesperson for Nunnelee, said the congressman went into the hospital Dec. 28. Hospital officials don’t know yet when he will be discharged, she said.
Nunnelee had returned to work in Washington Nov. 12 and worked for several weeks before the House left for a holiday break Dec. 12.
By: Mike Biggs
Twas’ a month before qualifying, all across the Magnolia State, Candidates have been fretting, whether to jump into the race. Pickering was pondering and Hosemann made known, That he was ready to go to Washington if Thad came home!
The Democrats wanted in on the upper chamber chatter, So in came Childers hinting he was ready to climb that ladder. Away in the Free State of Jones, a native son never blinked, For Chris was ready for Cochran, even ready to throw the kitchen sink!
Thompson, Harper, Nunnelee and Palazzo all seem safe, They will likely only see sacrificial lambs try and give them a race. But wait, Palin, DeMint and Heritage can still shake things up you see. They’ve got their arrows aimed at Republicans who refuse to drink the TEA.
The Tea Party may not be the only spoiler in town, For Marcy is ready to try on the Democratic sash and crown. Interesting dynamics keeps the political pendulum swinging, While sherrifs, supervisors and coroners phones keep a’ ringing. It’s Nosef or White or Tate or Phil, persuading the official to swallow the GOP pill.
State Democrats are active and out convincing too, Project 1776 is working as it goes into year two. House Dems have set their sights back on the speaker’s gavel, They’ll have rough terrain to defend if they can manage not to unravel.
So on Moak, Gunn, Whittington and Kenny Wayne, This upcoming session and election cycle is sure to be full of games. There’s one thing that makes this madness all worthwhile, And that’s seeing my friend Presley, dosey doe’n with the Carolina crowd. So to all to whom such a closure evokes fear, The PULSE wishes you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
The Tupelo Tea Party is accusing incumbent Congressman Alan Nunnelee of snubbing its debate invitation.
The first-term congressman will be working in Washington throughout the primary campaign, with the exception of the week of Feb. 20. And that week, Baldwin said, already is booked with other engagements.
“It’s evident to me that the campaign strategy is to stay away from the Tea Party and stay away from debates,” Sowell said. “I thought it’d be kind of political suicide not to hear the people of the 1st District when they say they want a debate.”