~ 25 November 2003 ~

Cleaning Up Kentucky

During the state’s governor’s race this year, candidates vowed to “clean up the mess in Frankfort” (for you outsiders, Frankfort is Kentucky’s capital—not prounounced “Leweyville”). It turns out that the gubenatorial candidates were unaware that Kentucky already had laws in place to keep Kentucky clean. It seems that Kentuckians are required by law to bathe at least once per year.

I say big government shouldn’t be telling us what to do behind closed shower curtains. Besides, I have 36 days left in the year to come clean…

Posted by Jared Bridges | | Print This Print This

No Comments Yet

You can be the first to comment!

Sorry, comments for this entry are closed at this time.


© 2003-2018 Jared Bridges