It seems to be happening again. It might dangerous to declare last rites over an NFL team only seven games into a season, but there’s nothing about the Falcons that suggests they’re getting better, while there’s mounting evidence that the bottom is falling out.
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A reformated school bus hauls around a borrowed statue of a knight in the name of David Pennington, GOP rival to Gov. Nathan Deal. Brant Sanderlin, firstname.lastname@example.org
This morning, a truncated school bus bearing David Pennington campaign signs is circling the state Capitol with unusual cargo: A large chrome-plated statue of a sword-wielding knight. Specifically, we think, St. George.
If we’re not mistaken, Gov. Nathan Deal’s GOP challenger has borrowed one half of a tableau from the front yard of Morgan County tea partyer and millionaire Ray Boyd. The other half, not on the school bus, is a chrome dragon.
Here’s a question: How do you quantify knightly rental on a campaign disclosure report?