This coming Thursday at Liberty University - notably, an out of district location - Virgil Goode is going to speak to students on "the dangers of Radical Islam and it's attack on our Country." And please, Liberty students, he is no longer our Congressman. He lost one of those election thingeys.
Our economy - locally, nationally, and globally - is in tatters. Southside unemployment rates are at record highs, many areas in double digits. We need jobs. We are losing our homes. Our health care system is in crisis. To be sure, we shouldn't brush the potential threat of radical extremism under the rug, but Southsiders are hurting right now. Not that you would ever listen to my advice, but please, stay focused. Small props, at least, that he isn't talking anchor babies and the North American Union this time.
But if having a Tea Party in Lynchburg (again out of district), followed by this presentation to likely out-of-district voters, is your subtle announcement of a rematch, then keep on, sir.
Update: Lowell offers lessons both in grammar and reality.