Thursday, July 12, 2012


This isn't (just) about the incessant barrage of nonsensical Pro-TSPLOST ads on TV. The folks behind this tax and spend boondoggle are so desperate they've added an promotional advertisement right on the ballot.

Now if J. Q. Public went to the polls sporting a "No TSPLOST" tee shirt or button, he (or she) would be hauled off for violating the ad-free zone. But these fools get their ad on the ballot. Now to be fair ballot issue language has always had a favorable, manipulative and even deceptive tone, but this is way over the top, literally and figuratively.

Do you ever wonder why these folks are so desperate?