Monday, January 28, 2008

Live Liquor Debate on Radio this Wednesday

I will be debating the Effingham Liquor Referendum live on the radio this Wednesday, January 30, from 8 to 9 a.m., Eastern Time. (The debate will begin after the news, at approximately 8:06 a.m.)
It will be on Savannah's News/Talk station, WBMQ, 630 AM. Remember to tune to AM radio, not FM, to hear the debate.
Ray Steele of WBMQ will moderate the debate. I will be live in the studio, and Charles Kea of the CPCE, the pro-liquor organization in Effingham, will be on the telephone with us. I will be representing the Effingham Family Association.

UPDATE: The debate went well. Charles Kea made an interesting admission and an interesting evasion. He admitted that we are correct that "full-service restaurants" have located in communities that do not have liquor. Also, when I asked him to name a restuarant that has made a commitment to come to Effingham County if we approve liquor, he would not answer the question.

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