|The Story||Tuesday: A proposed power line by
TXU will cut through the newly proposed Lowe's site. Thursday: It won't
cut through the site after all.
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|The Spin||We located a copy of the actual map which explains the confusion.
|The Story||The political season heats
up and become hot and heavy.
|The Spin||The only entity that
appreciates the democracy of a hotly contested race more than Thomas
Jefferson is the Messenger which
makes a train load of cash off the ads in the contested race. That
makes The Spin extremely
jealous. (Case in point: Even State Supreme Court Judge Scott
Brister takes out a 1/4 page ad - the only money he has probably ever
spent in Wise County.)
|The Story||Republican County Chairman
D.A. Sharpe writes an editorial urging the populace to vote and quotes
the biblical chapters of Luke and I Timothy as support of his
|The Spin|| "If you would be perfect, go, sell what you possess and
give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven." (Matthew
19:21.) Oh, wait, that must be from the Democratic Bible.
|The Story||Everyone goes nuts over the flu
|The Spin||Hey, if you are (1) over 65 and (2) in poor health, you
have a right to complain. If you are outside of that demographic, it's
just the flu! Suck it up and risk it.
|The Story||The DA's race breaks out in a free
for all as the current DA shows a photo of a convicted drug possesser
attending a "Meet and Greet" of her opponent.
|The Spin||In breaking news, The Spin has discovered the photo which might sink the campaigns of both of