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Attorneys make efficient management of the jail impossible
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You're a Leftist Big Bob. You embrace corruption; if not that you offer some cliched analysis in its defense.

If you want to offer an objection: Do so on the merits of the discussion, and drop the Stupid talk.
Commented: Saturday, September 30th, 2023 @ 10:13 am By: Stan Deatherage
Big Bob: Would you consider writing an exposition on "The Vapid World of an Internet Troll?" I will give you all the space you so desire.

NOW, that would cause a worth while stir. Oh, and ... please feel free to write in the first person.
Commented: Saturday, September 30th, 2023 @ 9:54 am By: Stan Deatherage
I am extremely familiar with that Hyde County case, so is Commissioner Hood Richardson; yet, there are no other Beaufort County Commissioners that understand that case; also, it is beyond the intellect of these commissioners' county manager, and county attorney, which frightens me a good bit that this simple construct of wrong is well beyond their levels of comprehension; these people that are paid extremely well.

The problem could be as simple as: How far these people in power will allow their minds, their governing spirits to become corrupted? Then one one must question, with so much on the line in these troubling times: How can proper decisions be made when there is a complete aversion to common sense simply because there is a corrupted path that must first also be satisfied. The general statutes of North Carolina are clear for men and women who are not bound by these corruptive influences; that is just the real of it.

Now for the big questions: How does one remove those corruptive influences? And, when that process must begin, just how deep is the corruption that is yet to be rooted out, how must it be cleaved from the public's self governing body?

I have the answer for that issue too, and just like that Hyde County case, it is not that complicated. It just requires non corrupted ideals, and a full working brain. Now, where do you find those qualities?

I have an answer for that also, to which I have created this massive platform - - to express and expose ... stay tuned to what is real.
Commented: Saturday, September 30th, 2023 @ 8:23 am By: Stan Deatherage
It is also important when they do actually try to do something good like get the press to pay attention to something they have been covering up. Yes there is a lot of bad they do, I pray that when I do something wrong that no one just focuses on that and not all the good that I do also.
Commented: Saturday, September 30th, 2023 @ 6:02 am By: Countrygirl1411
Thom Tillis is a good example of a McConnell / Chamber RINO. He can talk tough and sign tough letters on things like the border or gun rights, but votes to pass bad legislation on those very subjects. I would not trust him as far as I can throw him and Britt is the same breed of cat. Talk is cheap.
Commented: Friday, September 29th, 2023 @ 8:45 pm By: Rino Hunter
Thanks, got it, only her actions count and it is not important that 10million illegal invaders or more will enter the country that they are owned by the drug cartels, that the women are raped over and over and people are dying and she wants the media to report on it.
Commented: Friday, September 29th, 2023 @ 4:54 pm By: Countrygirl1411
Katie Britt? She is a Chamber of Commerce / Mitch McConnell RINO. Look at what she does, not what she says.
Commented: Friday, September 29th, 2023 @ 1:53 pm By: Rino Hunter


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