Thinking Right’s weekend free-for-all. Pick a topic:
● President Obama says he’s not on the ballot but his agenda is. True. Vote accordingly, top to bottom.
● A recent poll suggests that a third of potential voters in congressional elections are undecided. Nobody paying the slightest attention to this Congress and to the direction it’s taking this country could be undecided. Undecideds are those who wish to conceal their preferences.
● Critics contend that gubernatorial candidate Nathan Deal has produced too little legislation in Congress. Good. Democrats controlled Congress during most of his time there. Health care. Housing. The economy. Energy. It’s hard to think of a situation Congress hasn’t made or couldn’t make worse.
● The archaic practices difficult to reform are those that serve the interests of politicians. Case in point: Gwinnett County, where Commissioner Kevin Kenerly was indicted on a charge of perjury in a county land-purchase deal. Former Commission Chairman