Good Morning! Happy Tax Day! And it’s a Monday. Geez Louise.
Well it could be worse, you could have gotten a hold of some Manda Meat. Reminds me of this time I ate so many boiled peanuts that I like to got sick.
Governor Deal won’t accept Better Georgia’s invitation to endorse a integrated prom in Wilcox County. I imagine Governor Deal wouldn’t endorse a sandwich he’d already eaten half of if Better Georgia asked him to endorse it. This begs the question, why should anybody be endorsing something that should have been done years ago? What weight would Governor Deal’s endorsement have? Absolutely zero; just like Better Georgia’s endorsement. We aren’t talking about a candidate or a nominee. We’re talking about an integrated prom. No body’s endorsement is going to mean a thing to anyone in Wilcox County. These endorsements–or lack thereof–are nothing but political posturing. Mostly from a bunch of folks who’ve never even been to Abbeville, Rochelle, or Pitts. That said, they need to get things in order in Wilcox; regardless of who does or doesn’t endorse the integrated prom.
47 folks locked up in Georgia’s largest child porn investigation.
Woman works to preserve native plants around Georgia.
Surprise: State with largest number of bank failures also leads with homeowners who are up-side down on their mortgages. Meanwhile, the General Assembly does nothing to crack down on megabanks like State Bank who are essentially profiteering off of federally guaranteed asset purchases.
File this one under the first casualty of Tenn/Ga war. Okay, not really. But it’s pretty good propaganda. I’ve recently dealt with my Grandparents battle over the same issue in terms of who would pay. And here they thought the government would one day take care of them . . .
Ticked off with what you paid in taxes? Adopt a “vote out taxes” mindset, or so some suggest.
A retrospective on Jack Connell.
And a retrospective on George McArthur.
One that flew under the radar on Friday, Georgia Supreme Court heard arguments in a case where a juvenile was sentenced to life without parole. Lawyers argued that since the Supreme Court of the US ruled you could not sentence a juvenile to death, a sentence of life without parole was essentially a death sentence and must be overturned.
This is the only song apropos for today.