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As Hart said in his latest column, "Jesus has come out for Huckabee, and when you have Him in the GOP primary picking a candidate, they should win. Usually Jesus does not get involved endorsing candidates until the general election, so this is really special." Rejoyce.
Another great column! Who else but Hart could make this funny and teach us a free-market economics lesson? I wish the city of Memphis would let us make more of our own decisions and trust us to be responsible for the outcome.
Just South of us in Mississippi, they still have the balls to display the rebel/Confederate flag on thier state flag. Wonder which side they will be on?
Ron's column is not about slavery --or blacks and whites getting along. I think it is a thoughtful and satirical piece about a: what if? There are Red and Blue states that see issues very differently now, and that gulf is getting wider. He is right about the Founders too, they never envisioned so much central/collectivist control in Washington. Bravo Ron! And I am with ya Bro!
I love this idea! If only we could get our Mayor to take a drug test and not act like a Mayor Emeritus, then the concept of governing by the consent of the governed might someday come to Memphis.
I am also excited about Ron's prospect of invading Vermont. Let's do it in the summer when the weather is nice there. It should take about a day ---then we can go antiquing.
This is probably the best column on the Craig mess that I have read. It really puts the sillyness on both sides in a sensible light. Some over analyze and pontificate, Hart just points his finger and laughs.
Like most decisions of the "village elders" they have it wrong on 18 yr old boys. After awhile, the only way to deal with many of them are clear and stark consequences. The author is right, we way over educate (often falling into debt) at colleges that are not concerned about thier costs.
Bravo on this column and I look forward to reading about your views on Iraq and that quagmire!
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