Wednesday, June 23, 2004


Instapundit reports on the lack of interest in Bill Clinton's book here in Knoxville:
"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.

UPDATE (06/27/04):

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.

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