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Matt Bevin is a Louisville businessman and Tea Party favorite who sees the five-term senator as a patsy and a squish.
Patsy went right to the phone to line up a wedding photographer.
“Mom, you ought to write to Senator Helms about Mark,” Patsy Clarke quotes Judy as saying.
Patsy Cline singing the devastating “I Fall to Pieces” before dying in a plane crash at the age of 30.
It made me smile to remember how mature Patsy had been when I meekly ran her errands and gladly wore her yoke in the old days.
I joined the group and through a window beheld Patsy in animated conversation with what women could crowd inside.
“But the boys only wanted Patsy to see how the Injuns git ready for war,” defended Mrs. Davis.
Patsy had dismissed me, and there was scarcely room for me without my presence giving her annoyance.
Perhaps Patsy was the first white woman she had seen whose freshness suggested her own youth.