Ron DeSantis weighs the pros and cons
From reader Len Lear:
I, for one, am offended!
I love “Camptown Races.”
I sang it at my bar mitzvah instead of that boring “haftorah,” and the rabbi gave me a standing ovation.
From reader Alan Richman:
Wow! An invaluable treatise on the values of slavery and the brilliance of DeSantis, succinctly presented. I suspect your many encounters with people of the African-American persuasion while living in Portland, Indiana, helped open your mind to the virtues of white supremacy.
In the same vein, the Holocaust provided some of its participants (do not use the term " victims") a scenic train ride through Eastern Europe.
If ever there was a governor who deserved to be skewered and turned slowly over a fire pit by a slave who was learning culinary skills, that would be our Ronnie Boy. And you have shish-kibabbed him most skillfully, Dan. The John Wilkes Booth encomium puts the Gov in perfect company. But being honored by that venerable Philadelphia club? I don't get it.