Good morning from South Georgia. It’s a place still, after-all.
Newsflash: You may need to move to metro Atlanta if you want your child to get a half decent education; or if you don’t want taxes that encourage you to move to more densely populated areas. I, generally, defend Governor Deal. I think he has done a darn fine job. But I believe taking away these grants is a poor move that will only hurt Georgia.
Some are asking why Governor Deal hasn’t jumped on the “GOP Guvs 4 ACA-Medicaid Expansion” train. Now, is this train electric or coal-fired? Or maybe a steam engine? Is there a caboose. We should be the caboose. Cabooses are cool.
Georgia is, however, content to free-ride on other individuals’ shareholder suits arising out of the Wallstreet meltdown. I can’t say I blame them. Swoop in at the last minute and reap others’ profits. I also wonder if the teacher retirement system folks are a little afraid of lawyers. Maybe they can hire Bobby Lee Cook, Hardy Gregory, and David Forehand this time.
Everyone seems to be picking up on the Chambliss leaving/South Georgia power disappearing story. Gee, I wonder why. Any person in South Georgia who isn’t officially on the “Run Jack, Run” train now might be an Atlantian at heart. Alternatively, some Democrat needs to think this through. You have over geographically half of the state about to be marginalized by a Atlanta/North Georgia crew. People are under-represented. Diverge from your national party. Run moderate candidates who can be “Conservative Democrats” and run them from South Georgia. It’s your chance to become relevant again.
Speaking of Atlanta, the City leads in delinquent commercial mortgages. I told ya’ll, the rent is too high.
Mandatory coverage for autism? Likely means our insurance rates will go up. But I honestly think this is something insurance should cover.
James Ogelthorpe was all right, but if you people in Savannah rename the Talmadge bridge I will have a hissy fit. All over the internet. You’re on notice. So settle down and don’t make this escalate any further.
Everyone flood the Fulton County Probate Court to get your toter permit before they jack the price up five dollars. You might can buy an extra bullet with that five dollars. MIGHT.
Gentlemen: You’ve got about 50 hours to lock-down Valentine’s Day. Here’s one suggestion.
Now, let me apologize. I know Eric didn’t get this right on Wednesday, and I apologize for leaving you all without well-reasoned music for your morning. I had, and still have, a sinus infection. Somehow that is Atlanta’s fault. Nonetheless, I bring you music. Good day and good luck.