The Macon County lawsuit shines new light on racism in high places--and the Alabama mainstream press clearly wants no part of telling that story. ~Legal SchnauzerNope, the "Alabama mainstream press", and I use that term lightly, wants no part of telling that story, because they are too busy reporting on the democratic cat, I mean, infighting while providing a weapon of mass distraction for the AL GOP.
While democrats, and I use the term loosely, were distracted and wasting time forming an anti Joe Reed and his bunch organization the AL GOP was hard at work.
Republicans approved a bill that would require drug testing of welfare recipients.
Republicans killed the workers compensation overhaul law.
Republicans approved a bill that specifies existing private school students are eligible for tax credits
Republican senate committee cut the size of teacher pay cuts.
Congress held a hearing about long term unemployment and one Congress Critter showed up.
President Barack Obama nominated former Alabama attorney general and current U.S. circuit judge Bill Pryor to be a commissioner on the U.S. Sentencing Commission.
This is what happens when democrats take their eyes off the prize.
What Nancy Worley said all the damn way!
Worley said in a phone interview Monday it was unfortunate that Kennedy decided to resign and “take his toys and go home,” but she feels that people will return to the Alabama Democratic Party as they see the policies of the Republican supermajority in the Legislature “taking care of the rich” and how those decisions affect them.A house divided will not stand.
“We’re looking at a golden opportunity in the upcoming election in 2014, because quite frankly the Republicans have so many negative situations they have created for the state that I think people are going to feel the pinch in their pocketbook and they’re going to vote Democratic, like they once did,” she said.