Monday, November 21, 2005

My Right to a Cigar Bar in the Moss Courthouse

I've always thought a cigar & whiskey bar in the Frank Moss courthouse would be a lucrative endeavor. However, my entrepreneurial desires have been unduly restricted by the fact that the Courthouse is the property of the United States Government. It has also been mentioned to me that cigar smoke could conceivably create adverse impacts on those that use and own the courthouse.

Thanks to Mark Habbeshaw, I now believe that the above-state limitations on the Casserole Bar Cigar Bar are an illegitimate intrusion of the Federal government into my local, country-boy affairs. And the fact that I live near the courthouse and the fat cats in Washington didn't seek my comments before they outlawed a Cigar-smoking enterprise chaps my hide even further. I am sick and tired of East Coast liberals telling me what I can and can't do in my own backyard.

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