Friday, October 16, 2009

Commie FAIL: Best Local Liberal Curiously Absent From Our Best of Nashville Readers' Poll

Posted By on Fri, Oct 16, 2009 at 12:29 PM

click to enlarge Sad commie.
  • Sad commie.
Man, for a bunch of pinko commies, we sure did miss a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to advance the agenda of our own kind. The Scene and Fidel Castro are sorry to report that we left out an entire category from the 2009 Best of Nashville Readers' Poll results in the print edition of the paper. And of all the categories we could have overlooked, we actually left out "Best Local Liberal." Hey, the irony's not lost on us! And just like all lofty liberal social efforts, hierarchical confusion and a proven inability to agree on one simple platform means we just now got around to telling you. So go ahead and take your best shot: Just don't call it a Freudian omission, and don't revoke our membership from the Bosom of Bleeding Hearts. As you were. And the results are... Best Local Liberal 1. Mary Mancini 2. Al Gore 3. Larry Woods Elsewhere in our Best of Nashville issue, learn how Megan Barry cast a spell over the Metro Council; find out why Greg Hutchings is the best principal in town; get hip to the hippest art-crawl after-party in town; catch a whiff of the hottest restaurants in town; ride the Trader Joe's wave; prepare to impress your friends with our guide to the coolest music in town; and get some tips on keeping the kids occupied so they don't drive you mad.

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