Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Lott to Bush "Don't put your fist in my face"

I got no love for Trent Lott, but this exchange clearly delineates the difference between a real Southerner and the drawl-chewing, chain-saw-toting, Lubbock-dissing, punk-ass corporate-cowboy-in-a-blue-suit who claims to be a Texan. Lott's best line from the article:

"Don't threaten me like that again," said the former majority leader, recounting the conversation with an official he declined to name. "It doesn't make a difference if you're a Republican or a Democrat. Don't put your fist in my face. Where I'm from, we're willing to fight back."

Real Southerners--hell, even Red-state Republican real southerners--know that little bastard for the phony he is.

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