The Jack Ellis loves Venezuela story (aka the world's most important story about a soon-to-be completely irrelevant Macon mayor who many people haven't taken seriously in years) continues.
The Telegraph's editorial board wants people to sign a resolution making it clear they're against Ellis' statement of solidarity (which I continue to note no one has actually seen).
Anyway, gasoline, meet fire.
Just below that resolution is a letter to the editor from George Muhammad. You can read the full thing at the above link, but I thought this was a nice line, though you have to think he meant to say "bad" and not "good": "Can any good come from Macon wishing the people of Venezuela well?"
And, finally, the original story.