From a UT fan kudos to both teams for playing their hearts out in a great game. Have always said a regular season SEC game between two of the traditional powers is the greatest athletic in the world. Would much prefer to see the Iron Bowl than the Super bowl.
So a guy who gets a degree in crayons from Sand Mountain Vocational school calls someone who graduated from the University of Illinois and UT Law School dumb?
I have a dream:
That someday 3 out of every 4 babies born in the black community won't be born to a single mother.
That blacks who make up 13% of the population won't commit half of the violent crimes.
That a young man in Oklahoma can run down a street without being gunned down by 2 young black men
That a WW ll vet who served on Okinawa wont be beaten to death by 2 young black men
That one day Bennett will move back to that cesspool Alabama where he belongs.
Always amazed that a white trash redneck who graduated from a directional school in Alabama with a degree in coloring can consider himself so academically superior to others.
Once again Wilby shows his complete ignorance of economics. Anyone who thinks the UAW had nothing to do with Detroit's demise is, well, an idiot. Of course incompetent and corrupt 100% Democrat leadership the past 50 years also played a part along with government worker unions. Wilby, if you don't like it here then you can always move back to Alabama where you belong.
Have to agree with the libs on this one. I had no problem with the headline but I don't sign Drew's checks, his boss/owners do. They set the guidelines and he evidently ignored them.
Great letter Jonquil. As I posted a few days ago he should visit the hood where all his supporters are.
Good ole Wally with his monthly diatribe. Geez he must lead a miserable life. Wonder if Wally will be one of the Democrat Myrmidons sitting on stage behind Owebama tomorrow?
Thank you John Eary for one of the dumbest letters of all time in this forum. I graduated from high school in 1965 and worked for TDOT that summer until going to college. On July 1, 1965, I started paying into the Medicare fund and did so for 47 years until going on Medicare in February of 2012. It was not a voluntary contribution but one required by law.
Not only do high income seniors pay a Medicare surtax but every senior on Medicare has approximately $110 deducted from their SS check every month as a Medicare deduction. In addition to have full coverage one must purchase a Medicare supplement policy that can run several hundred dollars a month depending on what plan one chooses.
So see Mr. Eary, every since July 1, 1965, every person currently on Medicare has contributed to the plan. It is hardly a welfare plan. Now the subject of was Medicare set up on an acturaraly sound basis or a political basis is certainly up for debate. Unfortunately LBJ and all the politicians that sold the plan are long gone and not available for comment.
Great column David.