Sunday, May 11, 2008
Legislature protecting "our way of life" while state crumbles
That's what Larry Daughtrey says in a way only he can in today's Tennessean. We're about to get the constitutional right to hunt and fish, while education and the budget are sinking. He also mentions the marriage discrimination amendment and wonders whether we might expect protections for "making moonshine and having rooster fights without the sheriff butting in."