"THEY MAY BE STANDING IN LONG LINES for Bill Clinton's book in New York, but when I visited my local mall just a few minutes after it opened this morning, the customers didn't seem to be lining up for their copies."Ok, Glenn, remember - this is Knoxville.
The town where usually you can't swing a dead yellow dog without hitting a Republican. Or three.
I'm (nominally, now) a Democrat, and the rest of us are few and far between.
Frankly, I'm surprised it's even on sale here.
For those News Sentinel visitors who might've read about this site in the paper (and others) please bear in mind:
a) The previous mayor of Knoxville for the last 16 years was a Republican.
b) The current mayor of Knoxville is a Republican.
c) The current mayor of Knox County is a Republican.
But of course, local races are non-partisan...right? Mmm-hmm...
Plus, I should've been more clear and said Knox County instead of just Knoxville. There the percentages str-e-e-e-e-etch just a bit toward the right.