Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the state
WASHINGTON- President Obama stunned early morning press corp reporters with his prepared comments this Friday. In what appears to be a paradigm shift, Obama is endorsing Homeschooling as the most "honest solution to the recent tragedy in Sandy Hook".
CHINA- Hot off their "successful" campaign to shut down a surface mine in Southern West Virginia, R.U.M.P.S. Campaign [LINK] is hoping for continued luck in China. They are now going against The People's Republic of China to protest a recent decision to flatten 700 mountains to build a new city [LINK].
WASHINGTON DC- After what many called the most divisive presidential campaign in history, the President made an unprecedented move to help reunite the country. Barack Hussein Obama announced he was nominating Mitt Romney to his newly created position, Secretary of Business.
WINFIELD- The "Freedom from Religion" group has filed an injunction to block the singing of the National Anthem before Winfield Generals football games. Filed on behalf of an unamed Winfield resident and former student, the ruling has ramifications for all West Virginia football games.
HARPERS FERRY- This Friday, the White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan will be holding a public rally in the historic town of Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. This rally is to endorse Barack Hussein Obama and honor his contributions to the Democratic Party.
TEXARKANA- UMWA President, Cecil Roberts, made an unannounced trip to Texarkana, Texas this week. The objective was to meet with, and iron out details for an official UMWA endorsement. That endorsement, however, fell upon deaf media ears.
The success of the History Channels mini-series, 'Hatfields & McCoys' was met with much anticipation in many West Virginia and Kentucky homes. Thankfully, the painful time in both states history was told with such depth and honesty historians and citizens alike are breathing a sigh of relief. That relief, however, may be short-lived.