It's a polite request, the kind that stars of Kline's caliber don't normally make.
“This is a federal mandate that is causing some real problems for schools across the country,” Kline told a CBS affiliate in July.
"It's not that I turn down things that I think are all going to be terrible," said Kline, between drags on a Marlboro Light.
As soon as they finished speaking, Kline ruled the amendment out of order.
“We thought we could make the bigger statement about Kline,” says Carter.
The gentlemen leaving the table to smoke their cigars, Mrs. Kline and I settled down to another cup of tea and médisance.
Lewis asked for his authority, and Kline handed him the warrant.
Why you help us all, said Kline; just as the birds do when they sing, or the sun when it shines.
Kline was called for, and he, with some nine or ten more, followed after.
"Barrett, take six men and go to the head of Bar Creek and rake the brush like a fine-tooth comb," began Kline.