Tuesday, September 11, 2007


There is a fair chance that Karl Dean (Despite his Marxist-spelled name)will be a progressive, yet responsible mayor, leading Nashville into the future which, I think, looks really bright right now if someone doesn't come along and screw it up.

There is a very good chance that Bob Clement will continue to be a fat-cat career politician who manages to let all this current progress stall while handing out contracts to his buddies.

The deciding factor, for me, comes down to this. Clement is pandering. Clement thinks I'm stupid. Clement thinks that some vague promise of going after the Olympics is going to make him seem progressive. Whatever, we all know that ain't going to happen. But most importantly, Clement took a "pledge" to not raise property taxes. A "PLEDGE" that Dean won't take! Woohooooooo! Stop the presses!

Great "pledge" Bob. Problem is, you can't raise property taxes any more than I can. Nice try. I ain't falling for it.

(I really liked Briley. Especially now that he's finished his turnpike between the airport and 65N.)

Sunday, September 02, 2007


I hate cats. Cats make me sneeze. Cats make it so I can't breathe. Cats induce severe asthma in my lungs. I certainly hate the musical "Cats." Therefore, it should come as no surprise that I don't find LOLCats funny in the least. Because two of the few things I hate more than cats are intentionally misspelled words and grammar because the words were written by animals (Eat mor chikin), and internet acronyms, especially LOL.

However, this I can get behind. It is LOLSenator.