Love the idea that the government charges "processing fees" on "redistributing" money that gets to Washington through some completely unknown process.
Well, if the black Democratic majority is so powerful, I hope they set their sights on Herron too. I'm just a humble voter with no secret knowledge, but I don't even think Herron is Republican Lite-ing. So far as I can tell, the TNDP isn't doing anything. I hated McWherter in 2010, but at least he was a candidate.
I love Sum Yum Yum. I feel like they don't get enough attention, maybe because their menu is so simple. But that banh mi is good!
This documentary will probably be dumb. But its really a stretch to act like this tourism documentary, which was produced on a relatively tiny amount of federal money, represents a monstrous lie we are selling to America. It's a documentary about the Opry and Fisk and Dan Auerbach talking about East Nashville.
Also hilarious: acting like this is a terrible final betrayal by Karl Dean, or like Megan Barry, of all people, would put a stop to it!
Really, you might think that the 'Nashville Scene' might have any sort of interest or perspective on a documentary about local artists. But nah lets freak out over the phrase "flood money" because the city received a marketing grant.
She can do what she likes but I would guess there's something else she can do that's more useful than run against two popular liberal Democrats.
"Politically, in fact, it’s a lose-lose proposition for Haslam. If he says no to ObamaCare, he denies medical care and financial security to tens of thousands of the working poor."
That presumes that most Tennessee voters care at all about the fates of tens of thousands of working poor. See above for evidence that they don't.
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