Plodder’s political punditry:
The Tea Party did well but now needs to grow up. O’Donnell was an embarrassment and one thinks that a candidate other than Angle could have dispatched Reid.
Palin’s terminology with the ‘mama grizzly’ stuff is getting old.
Congratulations to President Obama for his use of that wonderful word, ‘shellacking.’ I like it, both the word and the reason for its use.
Georgia is totally GOP dominated which ought to make one optimistic. Alas, the party has been a huge disappointment here since they took over a few years ago. Aside from the fact that the Republicans get to draw the new congressional districts, I’m not looking for much positive from them.
Good old fashioned unsolicited opinions on SBC and other stuff:
Looks like a generational change at NAMB. Out with the old, as in my generation, in with the new, as in the blue jeaned, twittering crowd. Can’t hurt. On second thought, we better wait and see. One should never underestimate the capacity of our number two SBC agency to foul up.
Concerning early retirement, GuideStone’s pending changes in annuity formulas has the pre-retirement conferences here in Georgia jam packed with gray hairs and look for the market of retired, and semi-retired pastors and denominational workers to be flooded. Good luck finding interims.
Where, other than in Texas for the BGCT, can one get a document that actually lists the salaries of the CEO and department heads?
How does a career .218 hitter get in the MLB Hall of Fame? By being an outstanding manager like Sparky Anderson who died this week. I hated the Big Red Machine but liked him.