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About "Cohen, 'Funniest Man in Politics,' Says GOP Forever Out of Luck in Shelby County, Seriously," by Jackson Baker:

"It sure looks to me like the Shelby GOP is circling the wagons, declaring SD-9 to be the Alamo and making Kemp Conrad their Davy Crockett." — leftwingcracker

"I served with Davy Crockett: I knew Davy Crockett; Davy Crockett was a friend of mine. Kemp Conrad is no Davy Crockett." — tomguleff

About "To Drink or Not To Drink," concerning the drinking age on college campuses, by Bianca Phillips:

"If under-21s can get 'fitshaced' on campus ... they typically do not need to drive to unsupervised location keg parties as they do these days." — wintermute.

About "Hillary Watch in Denver," by Chris Davis:

"If you interview an infinite number of monkeys, sooner or later one of them will say what you want for your news story." — fancycwabs

Comment of the Week:

About "Title Talk," where Frank Murtaugh discussed the chances of the University of Memphis winning the conference championship:

"The Tigers can 'talk' all they want, but they won't win a title until they move from a second-tier conference to a third-tier one. Sunbelt maybe? Maybe not. They have trouble with Arkansas State and Middle Tennessee. Toilet Bowl, here they come again." — squeeznoutsparks

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