Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Cathy Cox grew up in Bainbridge.

Meaning, not Atlanta:

I gotta say, I like you, Cathy, but Mark's commercials are better. But you can't go wrong with babies, I suppose:

I wouldn't change growing up in Bainbridge for anything in the world. All those evenings, right here on this porch, listening as my dad offered help and advice to anyone who stopped by, taught me what it really means to care about the folks around you. That it doesn't matter whether someone is a close friend or a total stranger, whether they're someone of means or someone in need, every single Georgia, everyone, deserves their shot in life. Everyone deserves an opportunity to succeed.

She just lost the anti-success vote, there.