Wednesday, January 18, 2006
It rarely fails. A public official makes inflammatory remarks, and then apologizes. I wasn't that impressed with Nagin to begin with, but am even less so now. Stand by what you say, if you mean it (and I bet he did)! People are too darn sensitive, anyway. Nagin was entirely correct to point to the problem of 70% of children living in a single parent home. The rest of it, well, if that's what you really think, fine. The voters can choose differently if they so desire at the next election. At least they know where he stands, as compared to some politicians who are much too careful about every word that comes out of their mouths.