The political metamorphosis of Dan Coody | Street Jazz

Friday, July 11, 2008

The political metamorphosis of Dan Coody

Posted By on Fri, Jul 11, 2008 at 12:48 AM

2008 - "I am so energized and fired up to continue this trend, I just can't stand  it.” -  Dan Coody. 

1968 - “He’s tanned, rested, and ready.” - Slogan on T-shirt in support of Richard Nixon.

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In the Heat of the Night

I’ve always wanted to use that title.

You gotta wonder how many Dan Coody supporters with Steve Clark signs in their yards will be  sneaking out in the dark of the night, to put out their brand new Dan Coody for Mayor signs with the 2008 slogan:

Dan Coody 2008 - I can make You Love Me Again

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The Old Guard Returns?

Ron Bumpass, of the old City Board of Directors, looking to run for a seat in Ward 2?

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is it any coincidence that this holiday falls in the same month as On the Air with Richard S. Drake Day? 


National Nude Recreation Week

Is this great country, or what?

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Quote of the Day

The only function of economic forecasting is to make astrology look respectable. - Ezra Solomon

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