The Omaha World Herald failed to identify Mrs. Jane Kleeb in their article about the Lincoln protest against the tanning tax implemented today as part of the dreadful Obamacare regulations.
Remember, this was the added revenue from Obamacare instead of taxing plastic surgery or botox shots, so Queen Nancy would not have to pay.
Jane Kleeb, for those who do not know, is the head of the SEIU in Nebraska.
(Editor Note: I have been informed that she was an official with SEIU, not the head. Makes little difference – she was still not identified as to her affiliations.)
She is also fighting behind the scenes to be named the head of the Nebraska Democratic Party after the election. She is not well regarded in her own party, as she is very abrasive. Her husband is the notorious Scott Kleeb, of he who cannot win a statewide election.
Here is the excerpt from the Omaha World Herald with the lines before and after, in order to frame the paragraph in context:
Heineman and former congressman and Omaha Mayor Hal Daub also said the new tax, and the other new taxes in the health-care law, would hurt small businesses and prompt workers to lose jobs.
A supporter of the health care reforms at the rally, Jane Kleeb, criticized Heineman, saying it was "reckless" to speak in support of an industry that some have linked to skin cancer and disputed that small businesses would be hurt by the health care reforms. She said they will receive a 35-percent tax break to help them provide health insurance to employees.
Kleeb also said voters should ask Heineman if he will serve his four-year term if re-elected in November.
A Heineman spokesman said his appearance at the tan tax rally was not an indication that he planned to challenge Nelson. In the past, Heineman has declined to sign a pledge that he would serve all four years if re-elected and has said he is not actively pursuing a Senate bid. But he also has said that you can "never say never" in politics.