Now that is change we can believe in

Hells, yeah!  Rep. Bobby Bright (D-Ala) voted against the resolution commending Florida for the their BCS National Championship.  His reason, plan old fashioned hate.

While others voted against the measure because of political winds or because they were from Texas,  Rep. Bright took a principled stand.

Rep. Bright, an Auburn grad, had no problem with voting against the resolution.  His spokesman said he couldn’t support a school that is such a fierce rival to his in-state schools.  My guess he could give a crap about Alabama, save during re-election time, but still.

I know, I know.  Rep. Jack Kingston (R-Ga) of Georgia’s First Congressional District did this last time Florida was so honored.  Actually, he did it again.  John Barrow and Paul Braun should be ashamed of themselves.


1 Response to “Now that is change we can believe in”

  1. January 27, 2009 at 4:15 am

    “Bright (D-Ala)”: Hell yeah, good to see my Dems doing me proud.

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