The few people who ambled by Friday morning's debate at the Tunbridge World's Fair were in for a treat on par with fried dough.
If you care a single hoot about what happens in the world, this was the place where issues were being debated, candidates were staking their turf and the tug-of-war was on. Later in the day, the harness races were to be run on the track. This horse race, though, was in full swing under the gazebo.
Enough with the analogies. If you have a chance to get to a debate between Peter Welch and Martha Rainville, do so.
- Terri Hallenbeck