Morning Coffee – Quick Hit Edition

I said hit, not punch. Sheesh.

Busy morning this am. No time for strange screeds or anything like that.

School started for me yesterday, and I have more reading to do than a speed reader tackling the federal tax code. We’ll probably be experiencing some lighter than the already light schedule of blogging over the next few weeks.

Of course, last time I said that I posted a whole bunch the very next day…so I guess it just depends.

In any case, that’s the plan for now until the plan changes.

On to the Coffee!!!

McWherter recognizes illegal immigration for what it is, a supply and demand problem. As long as there’s strong demand for illegal workers, they’ll keep coming. His proposal, ratchet back demand.

#TNGOOBERS on the Mosque arson.

Its hard to drop anchor when you’re working all over for votes. Truth is, McWherter has been to Shelby Co. more than Haslam since the primary.

The Big Dog to campaign for McWherter.

What? They want to hold credit rating agencies accountable for instilling false confidence in shaky investments? Next thing ya know they’ll be demanding that FICO scores be more transparent. Hey, that’s not such a bad idea…

Shelby County Mayor Mark Luttrell will be sworn in today. First item on the agenda, instill trust in government. How’s about making the Mayor’s office more transparent then? That’d be a good way to instill some trust.

Memphis fights nepotism.

Memphis City Councilman Jim Strickland learns about unintended consequences.

Enjoy your day!

2 comments for “Morning Coffee – Quick Hit Edition

  1. Leigh
    September 1, 2010 at 10:07 am

    “The elderly and the young you don’t mess with,” the assistant coach of the Memphis Fire basketball team told Strickland as the team stood around him in their uniforms. “God will punish you.”


    Poor Jim.

  2. Dave Cambron
    September 1, 2010 at 11:13 am

    Memo to new Mayor; subject – instill trust in government. Suggestion – transparancy in counting votes,let’s get new people in at SCEC.

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