Seriously? Adam Koenig finds an old statute from 1912 that offers a $50-a-month pension to any veteran who can prove service in the Confederate Army, akin in its antiquity to the one in Kansas where "All cars entering the city limits must first sound their horn to warn the horses of their arrival " and he makes it a big gov't criticism. Trivial does not begin to describe Koenig's thought processes. 50 years since the last Confederate vet passed away - sheesh. And this follows the recent attempt to remove the dueling term from oaths of office in Kentucky. Time to send Koenig home and get a real representative, one with a far better sense of priorities. Oh, and a sense of history and the layers of Kentucky character, too.
(Really amusing was someone in the Enquirer story's comment section blamed it on Obama)