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I believe Kentucky and Tennessee are two of the most beautiful states in our union. I have often thought to live there would be idyllic.
It also bothers me that most people think we ride cows to church and there's nothing but wheat everywhere.
I am sincerely sorry that you all did not recognize that I was thinking up the most ridiculous "solution" I could; a reflection of what I see happening in this country ESPECIALLY as it's ramping up with the upcoming election.
But I'm not running for President, folks. Never. Not even the school board, or the dog-catcher.
Again, I apologize for not being clear enough that I was deliberately exaggerating a wildly asinine idea.
I do not however feel it calls for "bashing" an entire state.
Yes, humor would be good in this situation as she is obviously a "NUT JOB"!
The Blount County Commission on Tuesday night declined to take up an agenda that featured a resolution regarding gay marriage.
The quick 10-5 vote during the commission agenda meeting left some in the audience unhappy. They'd come prepared for a debate.
Although some county clerks quit and many Tennessee lawmakers verbally opposed the decision, no clerks have followed the lead of Kentucky clerk Kim Davis in not issuing licenses to same-sex couples.