I had to enlist a big boat to bring you these morning reads. If it rains again, I’ll need an even bigger boat.
Macon received good news yesterday; the new consolidated government shall feature nonpartisan elections. Hooray! Macon also received bad news yesterday, eternal enemy of our Dear Leader, Elaine Lucas, shall run for office in the consolidated government. News outlets everywhere celebrated, waiting with baited breaths for Lucas to begin her normal antics.
Georgia – The Music State. Our state cleaned up at the Grammy’s. Now if we could find a way to tax internet music downloads, illegal and legal. We could REALLY make some money then. Forget that, we can’t even tax Amazon. Let’s stick to football. We ARE really good at that.
283 workers in Moultrie soon to be without a job. Somehow this is Saxby’s fault.
Federal budget cuts could have big consequences for Georgia’s economy. How many jobs shall we lose at our military installations? Meanwhile, President Obama puts our Pre-K system into the national spotlight.
Could the university system be the salvation for our State Archives? They’re likely to merge the archives with Georgia State’s library or something.
Metro Atlanta is so great, that’s why ten officers are alleged to have protected drug gangs.All you have to worry about in rural Georgia is someone’s meth lab blowing up. Or unsavory trips to Walmart. Watch out for that birdseed.
Georgia Medi…..Georgia Health……Regents University launches clinical trial of new method of treating pancreatic cancer. Hopefully they do not spend millions of dollars changing the name of the treatment.
Georgia happily welcomes California liberals who break ground on factory. Hooray. We will make your plastics, you lib’ral cusses.
Georgia Medicaid receives 2 million dollar grant. Every little bit helps.
Finally, Chambliss and Isakson both voted for the Violence Against Women Act.While I generally support the premise behind the Act, I can’t help but assert that the act is unconstitutional and eats away at state autonomy. Moreover, I believe most District Attorneys, Solicitors, and Officers in this state are more than happy to prosecute the living daylights out of men who attack women.
Music. Hit it. Maybe we will see rainbows today.