Monday, May 17, 2004

Where is this Guy? Not Kerry... The Other Guy.


Nate and JK Posted by Hello

Where in the World is Nathan Zeke?

Congratulations to Nathan and Tanya on their recent marriage in LaCombe, Louisiana. Feels like we haven’t seen the happy couple in over a month, and we miss them.

Rumor has it that since Louisiana was added as a battleground state by the Kerry camp, Nate and Tanya decided to spend the two weeks of their honeymoon registering voters in New Orleans instead of vacationing. Can anyone confirm this?

5 Comments:

Blogger Constantine said...

Now, that's dedication...

8:57 AM  
Blogger Gary said...

:) Its like David Letterman's. 'What about that guy' bit. Congrats to the happy couple!

10:01 AM  
Blogger Mark F. said...

"Where is this guy?" -- Aren't they both in the same place?

2:39 PM  
Blogger suburbia has spoken said...

CONGRATS, NATE & TANYA!
Nate has been a Kerry maniac and what a nice wedding gift to have the candidate of his choice moving toward victory!
Looking good!!

p.s. I remember when Kerry was lagging in the polls about a year ago and Nate assured me, just you wait! He'll make it!
Bravo, Nate-- and THANKS for all your hard work! :o)

2:33 PM  
Blogger Nate Zeke said...

I am Back!!! After three whirlwind weeks - starting with the New Orleans Jazz Fest, continuing through my wedding & numerous parties and culminating with a honeymoon in St. Martin & St. Barths (tough life, huh?) - I am reenergized and ready to help take this amazing campaign across the goal-line. It was looking pretty bleak for W. Inc. when I left but WOW!!! We are exactly where we need to be to win and it is now up to all of us to finish strong. Let's drive this thing home and Bush into the ground!

Although we did not register any voters in Louisiana we did help pass out stickers and buttons at the New Orleans Jazz Fest. At my mother-in-law's request I left the Kerry buttons off of my tuxedo during my wedding, but was unable to refrain from reminding Louisian Lt. Governor Mitch Landrieu (who stopped by my reception) how hard he and his supporters needed to be working everyday to help John Kerry win Louisiana's electoral votes in November. With wins in Arkansas and Louisiana we could drive a stake into the heart of the Republican Party, obliterating their perception of dominance in the South.

Although I had considered inviting John & Theresa to the wedding (turns out they were in the neighborhood that evening) I figured that metal detectors and weddings don't mix.

1:31 PM  

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