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Thursday, November 11, 2010

Shocker: Kentucky Recruits Ineligible Player

John Calipari, player got more benefits than he should have, player ineligible.


So, the Commonwealth of Kentucky elected a Tea Party-endorsed candidate for the U.S. Senate. Now, this is not a political blog, so I won't comment on that election. But I will comment on the following -- if the majority of Kentuckians elected a Tea Party candidate for the Senate, then it stands to reason that the political climate in Kentucky is such that one of the priorities the average Kentuckian wants out of government is to avoid big-ticket government spending. If that's the case, how do the good people of Kentucky rationalize the big contract of John Calipari -- a government employee, after all -- with their professed (and perhaps newly found) frugality?


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