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It’s Roy, of course.

By Joey Kennedy
Alabama Political Reporter

So what did you think I’d write about? Of course, Judge Roy Moore’s win in the Republican runoff for the U.S. Senate.

I’m happy about this. If I could have voted, I would have voted for Judge Moore. I would have. I couldn’t vote because I voted in the Democratic primary. Still, if I could have voted In the Republican Primary, I would have voted for Moore.

Why? Because Moore is the best chance for Doug Jones to win the election.

C’mon. Moore is a crazy dude. He’s got those eyes. He pulls out his little gun. He’s not stable.

He’s not. Don’t tell me he is. He’s not. Dude is a train wreck.

He will make a mess of Alabama. He will make us more stupid than we already are. Stupid. Get it?

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But he’s the best thing that’s happened to Doug Jones.

Doug is a moderate Democrat. Not a weirdo, like Moore. He’s calming. Sensitive. The dude is amazing.

But Moore wants to tell us who we should believe. Like Christ wants someone to believe in him. He doesn’t. Christ wants us to believe in God.

Christ just wants us to believe.

If I’m wrong, then I’ll be In hell. That’s OK. I’ll live in hell.

This is my missive. Like it or not.

Joey Kennedy, a Pulitzer Prize winner, writes a column every week for Alabama Political Reporter. Email: [email protected].

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Joey Kennedy, a Pulitzer Prize winner, writes a column each week for the Alabama Political Reporter. You can email him at [email protected] or follow him on Twitter.

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