This seems like one tortured analogy.
Is Jeff Sessions confusing Tommy Tuberville with Paul Johnson?
It would be a lot funnier if he mocked Tubs for that mythical 2004 natty. And it probably would sting a lot more, too.
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Tuberville as Georgia Tech? Not going to resonate in Alabama. Tuberville as Notre Dame? That would cut deep.
Auburn used to be known as Chop Block U before Johnson got to Tech.
Metaphorically speaking, though, when someone is standing with you, (and you need at least one other guy), that’s the best time to chop block them.
Perhaps targeting would be better than a chop block. On second thought, would it even do anything to such a small target?
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All this discussion of Auburn and Trump belongs on the Anti-Orange page.
Throw in FU’s orange plus that checkered crap in big urnge country….just tell me whut day, i’m in
Does Tubberville actually have a platform besides “Hey, I used to coach at Auburn “?
Don’t forget his courageous stand against Sharia law, which is about as relevant to the average American voter as whether they’re allowing school prayer on Neptune.
I OPPOSE PROHIBITION, AND I AM NOT THE LEAST BIT EMBARRASSED TO SAY SO.
His campaign is selling reusable straws with his name on them so that you can help stand against the left’s war on single-use plastics by…[checks notes]…reusing straws?
I’m living through this senate race in real life, and it’s worse than a circus act.
Short attention span theater … Sessions, a big supporter of Trump .. huh?
Mr. Recusal knows it takes two to chop block.
Sessions knows the State of Alabama is 1/3rd AU and 2/3rd UA. He’s playing the percentages as a politician in a primary ought to play them.
Waiting for Paul FInebaum to weigh in
“Your past is your ego and your future is your pride,” the senior safety said. “We’re focusing on the present. We want to have humility.” -- Christopher Smith, AB-H, 9/22/21
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