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Vox Populi: ‘How about the W. W. Law Bridge?’

  • W.W. Law was a civil rights leader and president of the Savannah chapter of the NAACP. His many accomplishments include establishing Savannah’s Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum, King-Tisdell Cottage and Beach Institute of African American Culture. (Savannah Morning News file photo)
 

Vox Populi: ‘How about the W. W. Law Bridge?’

04 Oct 2017

“So the City Council wants to rename the bridge the Savannah Bridge. Seriously, is that the best they can do? How about the W. W. Law Bridge? Naming it the Savannah Bridge is just stupid.”

“For those wanting an easier crossword, the puzzle in the classified section might be a good option.”

“We’re on our knees begging for goodness and mercy over our land.”

“President Trump has brought a new ‘richness’ to the term ‘bully pulpit.’ Do you really think that he doesn’t bully the first lady?”

“Obviously Alden Mead has never been to an opening night of the Savannah Philharmonic Symphony.”

“I think it’s odd that the Eugene Talmadge that everybody’s hating on and wanting to take his name off the bridge — he was a Democrat. Has nobody looked that up?”

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