We're not at all sure what to make of this craziness. It's got really bad rapping, really bad rhyming, and it's reeeaallly long. And inane.
We're not sure who the intended audience for this is. Baptists who are into rap? Dunno. But somehow we can't stop watching it. Maybe it's rap music for the Rapture. We don't know, but we're gettin' "stuck on Huck." Check it out.
Are we in New Hampshire? Yea, verily, politics is something we take seriously. And "Mad as Hell" columnist Cheri DelBrocco is there, too, adding her testimony to that of political editor Jackson Baker.
Though the grins were plentiful as Mayor Willie Herenton and members of his council-to-be in 2008 got together for lunch at The Rendezvous on Wednesday, the smiles may have tightened up a little when His Honor climaxed the get-acquainted event with a speech that warned of a grey line and of certain areas where either branch decided to get into the other branchs domain.
Assessor Johnson is lone Democratic winner for county office; few surprises in judicial races; Kyle, Kernell win their races; statewide, Lamar Alexander wins, with Democrat Gordon Ball edging Terry Adams to set up fall Senate race.