Or is the good ole boys
association still alive and well and keeping those ranks over-inflated?
The strangest thing about the rampant cronyism of the Bush Administration is that it occurs at a time when American corporations are under massive pressure to purge good ole boys
from corporate boards.
Eager to learn more about this conflict, I drove through the scenic backwoods of Mississippi to a quaint little town called Vicksburg, passing good ole boys
drinking whisky on the way.
Yep, they're all born-again Christians, these good ole boys
running the world.
On stage, far removed from one-to-one engagements, Williams ambles and drawls through songs - hits even, such as Good Ole Boys
Like Me, Amanda, Tulsa Time, and a string of others that have won the 63-year-old regiments of fans who can even gulp for air along with their Stetsonclad hero if needs be.
No, but Trent-boy must figure that no Mexican truck would make it as far as Opryland and scrag a pickup load of good ole boys
Four of the city's good ole boys
sat around ruminating on the real estate industry last month.
I guess it's easy to argue for a police state when you're white and rich, and have scrubbed from your disk the images of Rodney King being pummeled by some good ole boys
Regardless of how many categories are created to aid minorities, she says, "The good ole boys
will seduce some minority front companies and keep getting over.
But when she is sticking to the highways, her vehicle of choice is an ageing pink Ford Bronco - a motor usually favoured by rednecks and good ole boys
rather than babes like Paris.
Of course, George and the good ole boys
running the world deny it.
On screen, most of his roles have been good ole boys
in films such as The People vs Larry Flynt and White Men Can't Jump, or the bad ole boy of the ultra-violent Natural Born Killers.
They looked like the kind of good ole boys
whose family tree doesn't have too many branches.
Beau Bridges has made a career out of limning good ole boys
, and his moderately twangy narration fits Swagger's personality as comfortably as a well-worn Stetson.