It’s a remarkable TV ad, according to Savannah Morning News reporter Larry Peterson.
Former Democratic Gov. Roy Barnes, who wants us to give him his old job back, sits in a church pew.
“As governor,” he intones, “my heart was in the right place, but I didn’t listen or slow down to explain why I had to make some difficult decisions. For that, I apologize.”
His campaign manager, Chris Carpenter, reluctantly acknowledges what many others assume.
That is, Barnes is apologizing at least in part for the way he handled the racially charged controversy over the state flag. Read the complete story.