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Stoner Helps Ban Sale Of Weed Candy

Georgia state legislators are taking serious measures to curtail the dangerous sale of pot-flavored candy, saying it promotes use of the Devil Weed marijuana. And because this is the South, where every person’s name is a punch line, one of the prononents of the bill signed into law Wednesday was Senator Doug Stoner. Read more on Stoner Helps Ban Sale Of Weed Candy…
 

Georgia Gov. Claiming Victory in Rain Prayer

Well, shit. After Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue and his ilk prayed for rain Tuesday to end the state’s drought, the Atlanta region was drenched through Wednesday night. How many tears did God pour out? According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, overnight rainfall totals were .14 inches at one airport, .21 inches at another airport and .28 inches at an air base. It’s still unclear whether Jesus blesses other things besides airports in Georgia. Read more on Georgia Gov. Claiming Victory in Rain Prayer…
 

Georgia Gov Sponsors State Rain Prayer

Did you know it hasn’t rained in Georgia in, like, a million years? It’s undergoing the biggest dry spell since prohibition, doggone it. And while most politicians offer practical solutions to major economy-crippling droughts — usually public statements to the effect of “suck it up and go to law school, farmers!” — Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue is taking the more popular Jesus route to moisture. He has “called for Georgians to join in a prayer vigil on the steps of the state capitol, in the hopes that the heavens will unleash the rain.” Be warned, Sonny! Jesus may only give you locusts or cicadas, which are far worse. Read more on Georgia Gov Sponsors State Rain Prayer…
 

Return of the Admirable Candor Department, With Sonny Perdue

Remember this bizarre story? (Photo: AP) Audio from some Atlanta call-in show: powered by ODEO Partial transcript: SMARTASS CALLER: “The one thing I haven’t been able to do is find a way to have a friend of mine write me a bill that saves me a $100,000 on my taxes. I was wondering how I might be able to get that done.” Read more on Return of the Admirable Candor Department, With Sonny Perdue…