|By Sam Venable, The Knoxville News-Sentinel, Tenn.|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
Apparently he won't be satisfied until "R-language" is spoken on every tongue from
This no-holds-barred partisanship is completely understandable, of course. It's what politicians do. It's how they live, breathe and have their being.
And it follows the rule of "What Goes 'Round Comes 'Round." There was a time when Democrats dominated
Ramsey's latest targets are
Ramsey wants these judges rejected in the
Such a far-fetched notion is laughable not only to the other 99 percent of us but also to a pair of significant "R" names: Gov.
One can only marvel where the nonsense will eventually lead. If this latest bid to make
Remove blue from the light spectrum and have its wavelength assigned to red.
Declare open season on bluebirds, blue jays and blue-winged teal, complete with a
Deny BlueCross BlueShield access to any insurance program in
Remove blue-suede shoes from the gift shop at Graceland.
Honor the red fox, red maple and red pepper, respectively, as official state mammal, state tree and state veggie.
Forbid architects, engineers, designers, drafters and construction crews from speaking the demonic word "blueprint."
Encourage bankers to redline and deny all "D" loan applicants.
Move the state capital from
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