In the summer of 2011, would there be a market for T-shits that proclaim: "Only certified millionaires should spout Republican talking points!"? Would that cover the recent Internet fuss over the allegation that David Gregory continues to pepper his (loaded) questions with Republican talking points?
Ken Kesey has been quoted (Bartlett's 125th anniversary edition page 913) as saying: "Now, you're either on the bus or off the bus. If you're on the bus, and you get left behind, then you'll find it again. If you're off the bus in the first place -- then it won't make a damn."
Now the disk jockey will play: Ray Charles' "Hit the road, Jack" and Willie Nelson's "On the road again," and his duet with Lacy J. Dalton's on the song "Where has a slow moving, once quick draw, outlaw got to go?" We have places to go find out more about Willie Nelson's new Tea pot Party. Have a "real gone" week.
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