Fairgoers face two types of ’05 speeches

It’s not rocket science. The political speaking under the Founder’s Square Pavilion each summer merely reflects the state’s political climate at the Capitol and in the state’s courts.

So it stands to reason that with the Capitol polarized as never before in modern times over partisan divisions, the speeches at Neshoba in 2005 will likewise be strident and partisan.

Sid Salter
Clarion Ledger