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Jack Manning January 28, 2014 at 07:09 am
They must, that is where Dave Rexroth gets his weather forecast info every night.
SUNKEN SUB February 9, 2014 at 03:25 pm
* UP SCOPE ============================================== See what misJUDGE Brownlow has been up toRead More "Lately" ============================================== Ricardo Riley is the latest (?), not the only victim ============================================== http://www.wsbtv.com/news/news/local/man-banned-walton-county-life-over-speeding-ticket/ndGBD/ ============================================== This "unelected" That's right, he doesn't have to stand for office. he only has to answer to the city council ============================================== He gets about $100/YR from Loganville, ditto Monroe..... His family members run a bonding service specializing in ankle monitors and maintain (?) a law practice. ============================================== If Loganville was a sow, Brownlow et al would occupy several rows of public teats. ============================================== I was "banned" by Dis' honor Brownlow last fall. ============================================== Warbow --- other source notes in Riley's predicament February 6th, 2014, 09:20 PM ============================================== "I asked him to lower it, but instead he give me a $1,000 fine, 12-month probation, driving school and he banished me from the county,” Riley said. http://www.wsbtv.com/news/news/local/man-banned-walton-county-life-over-speeding-ticket/ndGBD/ The judge refuses to say why he banned the man. What the heck? How can a judge get to just arbitrarily ban a person from visiting a part of the US??? The article says it is legal, but sure sounds crazy to me. I'm not defending the guy, either, by saying this is crazy, over a speeding ticket. ============================================== Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz once NOTED: ============================================== 'The most lofty are SEATED on nothing but their own ARSE' ============================================== Why are we STILL tolerating this behavior from Brownlow et al ? ? ? ============================================== Let's get this man OFF OF and OUT ON his OWN ARSE. ============================================== WAKE UP LOGANVILLE/GRAYSON AND MONROE PATCHES ============================================== DOWN SCOPE ============================================== s/ SS 162
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Bob December 29, 2013 at 05:20 pm
I agree with Mr. Graham and I am not a Catholic either. I have routinely ignored the coming andRead More going of the Pope until this one. It will be interesting to see how well he shakes up the capitolists and conservatives. I like his outlook on trickle down economics and he will be a serious threat to the mega rich and those who worship something (money) they cannot take with them when they leave this earth. I suspect the greedier someone is the more they will dislike him.
Eve December 31, 2013 at 07:51 am
I like Bob's comment. Especially the trickle down economics. Doesn't work. I like this Pope.
Alan Graham December 31, 2013 at 11:44 am
Yes, Bob and Eve, I agree with both of you regarding trickle down economics. Not only does it notRead More work, it was never intended to work. It was just a smoke screen invented by the Reagan administration to fool people into thinking that all money "earned" by the super rich would somehow miraculously reach all the way down to the working classes. Unsurprisingly, the incomes of the super rich have expanded tremendously while those of the middle class and the working poor have remained stagnant or declined. Millions of jobs have been exported overseas in the last decades, and this has been done purely to increase corporate profits and to expand the wealth of their corporate officers - and to hell with the workers, our citizens, who need the jobs and who helped to make this country an economic giant. I fervently hope that Pope Francis will be an influence on the greedy to change their ways and make them realize that we are all diminished by the poverty we see in others. Alan Graham
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