Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Couple of things

- We're about ready to move into Phase II of the special election for the 10th Congressional District (though the possibility of a recount for second place between James Marlow and Paul Broun is still very real). Here are my thoughts, along with Blake's coverage as well as some quick thoughts from Flack at Tondee's Tavern.

- Bill Greene, proving yet again his lack of rational thought and his undying eagerness to be loved, endorsed Jim Whitehead. Why? Because of the non-negative campaign the latter ran (though he claims Paul Broun was negative toward him ... which makes me ask 'huh?'). Greene has done nothing but assail Whitehead's positions and character, but now is all to eager to cozy up to the probable winner of this race.

- Oh yeah ... Greene finished with three percent of the vote.

- I'm not entirely sure why this warrented a story. I mean, I'm surely somewhat biased seeing how I'm a big Tony Taylor fan, but on the other hand ... he was speeding (albeit really speeding). He wasn't busted for drugs or real estate fraud or dog fighting, but reckless driving. Plus, he doesn't even play for Georgia anymore.

- That's a nice idea, but not so much.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Greene is endorsing Whitehead now? Isn't that a bit ironic?

10:46 AM  

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