Like Hart said, "It is tough on the Hollywood libs to decide between Barack Obama & Hillary Clinton....a black man and a white woman---it is the same dilemma Michael Jackson faces everyday."
If they vote for Hillary they are a racist, if they vote for Obama a chauvinist. They hate to seem either way, so it must be hard. Too bad Hart's man Ron Paul did no better than he did. I guess he did not get enough media attention.
I was wondering when Hart was going to weigh in on Ron Paul's candidacy. This puts it pretty well, he might be the best but since he is not a Dem or a religious right Repug, he will not get elected.
Great column, sans the trademark Hart humor. He must be serous about this Ron Paul guy. Ron Hart is right, Ron Paul has no chance-- but every movement starts with a few bold thinkers. Both Ron's are certainly that.
I like the free market aspect of this column along with the humor. At the end of the day it is all about humor. And as for Gadfly, lawyers made more money on those Wall St scandals than anyone with fees on class action suits. No wonder American companies are listing on the London Exchange and getting out of litigious states. I am looking at you Mississippi!
Too bad our clubs are shut down here. I did not realize what a great augmentation to our floundering education system strip clubs can be.
I do like Hart's line, "like a few of my friend, his longest relationship with a woman has only lasted 2 table dances"...we all know people like that!
Great solution. And well done. We need look no further than how Calf handled their disaster versus how New Orleans did to make us realize just how important independence is versus dependence of the government. It is a mind set that we must all dismiss. Big government disappoints over and over. Self reliance never fails us. Hart is on a roll!
Thought provoking column and witty as usual. We may have to divide Memphis up on this one. It could be the Berlin of this movement with east Memphis going with the South. Who is in? :)
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