I would say it's more reflective of their economic status, Reardon. My youngest brother, white as snow, terrible manager of money (mainly, from attempting to appease his wife) and he tips maybe 30% of the time. And that 30% isn't a "decent" tip. Maybe a buck or two on a 40.00 check.
Whatever PT, McCarthy made it public about his negative views on homosexuality. Sounds just like the modern-day GOP.
Joseph McCarthy would be very proud of PT...
Why bring my name into Truth? Let your post stand on its on merits, not by trying to be condescending to another person that hasn't said crap to you in a few days. If you were looking for laughs, you got em, the majority of posters laugh at your BS on a daily basis. You're the most unoriginal poster on this thread and you have no room to insult anyone.
In other news, glad to see the clowns in Nashville used a bit of common sense yesterday voting down the Open Carry Bill.
He's still butt-hurt that Clay poked fun at his residence; Moccasin Bend.
April, TN's new legislation has nothing to do with gun ownership. It's amazing that you are trying to make a connection that doesn't exist. Ask any police officer, people that open carry are more likely to become a victim of a robbery or violent crime.
Conservative is either senile or a 10-year-old kid playing grown-up.
"BO is the headliner."
At a neo-Nazi rally? Makes perfect sense to me...
Because Limric, Republicans think they only lose elections in districts predominated by minorities (where the voters are simply electing entitlement programs) or if there is election fraud. They can't believe that some people simply don't believe their BS.
"Why does the state of Tennessee want to ban the U.N. from monitoring elections?"
Look at the nuts running this state. Our governor attempted to bribe a company to meet a staple of a party's agenda. Unemployment is high and wages are low, but the legislators are worried about hanging a "In God We Trust" sign or passing unrestricted "Open Carry" laws. The goofs in Nashville are worried about nothing but God, guns, and gays and then they pass all of the state's shortfalls on Obama. Anything good in the state is because of our state's GOP leaders and anything bad is because of Obama. If we had a more educated electorate, they would vote these cons out of office (and I am not implying that they would vote democrat). But as long as the preacher keeps endorsing them at the pulpit, the crazies will keep running the ward.