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These have been dark and stormy days for Democrats.
Every day, the headlines bring more gloom. Ruffin Poole takes the Fifth. Mike Easley hires Joe Cheshire. Tony Rand is accused of insider trading. Marc Basnight is forced to defend his political and physical health. Bev Perdue’s ratings are low. R.C. Soles faces trouble. David Hoyle is stepping down. Health care reform is in trouble. Obama’s polls are down.
John Edwards is rated a bigger disappointment than Tiger Woods, for Pete’s sake.
But now comes a bright sunbeam of hope and cheer.
Bernie Reeves may be the Republican candidate against Brad Miller!
Yes, there is a Santa Claus.
Run, Bernie, run. The comic relief will be welcome.


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One comment on “A Ray of Sunshine

  1. -1 says:

    So how is a tiger like Brad better than Mr. Reeves?

    Born Raleigh, NC 1947; AB History, UNC-Chapel Hill, 1969

    Spectator weekly, the first city weekly in the South (1978)
    Triangle Business Journal, the first business weekly in North Carolina (1984)
    Triad Business Journal (1986)
    North Carolina Architect Magazine (1982)
    Raleigh Metro Magazine, four-color city/regional magazine serving Raleigh-Research Triangle-Eastern North Carolina (1999)
    Raleigh International Spy Conference (2003)

    Political commentator for area broadcast media; Lecturer on publishing, politics and intelligence matters; Featured on BBC World Service program on the New South; Guest on Bill Friday’s North Carolina People; Winner of the Benjamin Fine Award for Education Writing; The NC Governor’s Business in the Arts Award; Named to Who’s Who in America (1992) Member: Association of Former Intelligence Officers Pumpkin Papers Irregulars; Captain Cook Society

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    First chairman of the Raleigh Downtown Advisory Committee Hilltop Home for Severely Retarded Children
    President of the Research Triangle, English-Speaking Union Advisory Board Member, Raleigh’s Theatre-In-Park
    Business Advisory Committee, NC Secretary of State
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