For people who have a hard time seeing small print, there is a button to make the print larger. So not matter how stupid a voter is you can't screw this up. Next proble Willie boy.
All I have to say is .............. Helooooooooooooo Madam Mayor
One thing that Jaded Voter and MidtownDem are forgetting-- King Willie and M. Morris will be spliting the African American vote if statistics prove accurate from past elections. This could leave the door wide open for say Carol Chumney.
Is Branston on King Willie's payroll or is he looking for one of those jobs Herenton is giving out ?????????????
Joke Ford should never have been invited to the " DEMOCRATIC RALLY" with President Bill Clinton.. why you may ask ? He's running as an "INDEPENDENT". Not once did you hear Bill Clinton,John Tanner, Lincoln Davis or big brother Harold Ford,Jr. mention anything about "independent candidates victory." They were all speaking of Democratic Victory. Hell yes Harold Jr. should have recognized Steve Cohen, not only should he have recognized him but should have shared the stage with him and all the other Democratic nominees in Shelby County. There was never a mention of Bredesn, any of the Democratic Legislators or even Bill Morrison. I have been an active Democrat for many years in this city and I have never in my life seen Democrats turn on one another as they have now. All democrats should thank Chair Matt Kuhn and his ilk for this. He doesn't have the gonads to step up and put an end to all this petty bickering and have a Shelby County Democrat Party pre-election rally with ALL,let me repeat that, ALL Democratic nominees on stage, that doesn't include independent candidates.
I really thought it was a slap in the face for Harold Ford,Jr not to recognize Sen. Steve Cohen by name. He did recognize him in a generic way by welcoming all " Democratic Candidates." After Clinton recognized Cohen, Jr, could be seen looking over at his brother and giving him a thumbs up. Harold Ford, Sr was very hapy I'm sure.
By Louis Goggans
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