Judge-executive hopefuls need more than catchy phrases to fix county's problems
By Ben Carlson
Tuesday, February 9, 2010 at 8:00 pm
People in communities founded in the agrarian ethos such as ours certainly understand the old adage that calls on them to “make hay when the sun shines.”
Even city folks here know that means hay should be baled and stored when dry, less the farmer risk rotting his haul or setting his hay loft ablaze via spontaneous combustion.
In other words, don’t bale wet hay.
That adage is not lost on politicians, national or otherwise.
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