Monday, December 19, 2005
Not Your Grandfather's Georgia
Richard Witt has written a profile of Jeffrey Selman, the named plaintiff in the Cobb County sticker case for the Atlanta Journal Constitution. It's an interesting read that shows how the South is evolving and becoming more diverse:
Raised an Orthodox Jew in New York, the 59-year-old computer programmer says he is apprehensive about sectarian religion creeping into public discourse. Government meetings are not the place to proselytize their beliefs," he says. "God is what God is. So I don't need somebody with a small mind telling me how to get to heaven."