Here’s a sentence that captures official Washington’s anxiety about a President Hillary Clinton, as well as its hope for a fresh approach to politics:
Like a blast of wintry air in July, the worst of 1990s-style politics is intruding on what needs to be a new millennium campaign: Transparent, inspirational, innovative, and beyond ethical reproach.
The Georgia Republican Party, and its chair, John Padgett, have already been sued once in the past year over allegations of racial discrimination and racial slurs. Now, Padgett, his wife, and the company he owns are being sued again, on the grounds that they frequently engaged in "bigoted, racist and sexist commentary" about the employees who work there, a possible violation of the federal Civil Rights Act and the Fair Labor Standards Act.
The latest suit was filed by Vanessa Dewberry, a former manager at Southeast Ambulance Inc., a company owned and operated by Padgett.