TUPELO – Democratic candidate Bill Luckett of Clarksdale, running for governor, told the Daily Journal editorial board just a few minutes ago that, if you don't count college, he's pretty much behaved himself ever since.
The Daily Journal will ask every editorial board interviewee if he or she has done anything, which if revealed could embarrass the candidate, his/her family or the state.
Frankly, Luckett is the first to appear to really think about his answer. Wednesday, Billy Hewes and Tate Reeves - GOP Lt. Gov. hopefuls – barely hesitated with their strong "No" responses.
Luckett laughed later, saying his college days couldn't count. I agreed, not that any of us from the 1960s remember much of that anyway. It's mostly mythology at this stage.
Stay tuned for more responses... patsy