Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Widespread politics

Who said I couldn't relate the Macon city elections to Widespread Panic songs? Nobody. Guess I showed them.

For Republican mayoral nominee David Cousino, who might have been the only guy who thought he could win:Just might find a winner lying on the ground...

And for the big winner, Democratic nominee Robert Reichert:Sun came out the other day, through those dusty clouds...

4 comments:

truth said...

Now we can see who the racist really are in this town.The black voters clearly voted for Reichert to win him the Democratic primary.

On the other hand, the white republicans crossed over to vote for democrat Reichert in an effort to prevent Macon from having another black Mayor.

It is kind of ironic,the black voters,voted for Reichert clearly because they thought he was the best man for the job.The white folk voted for Reichert clearly because he was WHITE!!!

truth said...

The next mayor of Macon will clearly be white.I hope the telegragh follow him as closely as they did Mayor Ellis.I want them to report every trip he takes,every penny he spends, down to the penny,about his marriage,his family life,every transaction between him and council,every mistake the new mayor makes,I want to read about it in the telegraph


PS: Oh Mr. Fain;what happened to all of Anita Ponders so called movers an shakers in this town "AKA the rich white folks.I guess they were not her friend after all.

truth said...

What did Mayor Ellis do to win two consecutive terms as Mayor and two long term city council members Ponder and Ficklin could not do once.

In case you did not notice that they are both black.Why did not the black voters, vote for them.They got clobberd???

Jason said...

Great day for Macon on Tuesday. Now only if Reichart can extend the same invitation to Panic that Mayor Marshall did when Panic In The Streets of Athens was falling through. A nice big outdoor show on the streets would be incredible.