the morning cram [the atypical GOP edition]
While he does not lead the polls, Ron Paul enjoys cult-like popularity among supporters.
NPR reports that Ron Paul’s devoted supporters bring him nearly even in polls with candidates like Michelle Bachmann.
Kentucky~ MSU exceeded fund raising goals. A 4-lane from Paducah to Cape is in the future (says Ms. Cleo). Paducah taxes stayed the same. A date is set for alleged preacher sex abuse case. Republican Hopkins is supporting Dem Gov Beshear. The state says the pension losses aren’t as bad as we thought.
Tennessee~ Unemployment stayed at 9.8% last month.
Written by Gary Pitts
August 19, 2011 at 10:39 am
Posted in The Morning Cram
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