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Michael 7 months, 2 weeks ago on Residents get crime-fighting promise from Hill

BTW, who is going to pay for all of those walkie talkies? Can you saay: The taxpayers? I knew you could.

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Michael 7 months, 2 weeks ago on Residents get crime-fighting promise from Hill

Little Vic promises to protect the folks in Hunters Ridge from crime. That is wonderful, but who is going to protect them from Little Vic?

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Michael 7 months, 2 weeks ago on Hill settlement with budget funds legal, says BOC

While this may be legal, it certainly doesn't seem to be moral. Oh wait, we are talking about Walking Small, he has no morals.

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Michael 8 months, 1 week ago on KRAUTHAMMER: Can Obama write his own laws?

Obama and his administration feel that our Constitution is too resttrictive and thereby keeps them from imposing their will on the people of the USA. Obama, alledgedly a Constitutional lawyer, has chosen to ignore the Constitution and the dumb masses allow him to lead them down the path to disaster.

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Michael 8 months, 1 week ago on Congressional health fair highlights weekend events

This isn't the only thing Scott does MD. He works very hard at being one of the most corrupt pols in the country. I unfderstand he has several ethics complaints against him, and his voting record is abysmal. And he tries to represent himself as a Bluedog Democrat.

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Michael 8 months, 1 week ago on Hill acquitted on all counts

I am guessing that an audit of the juror's bank accounts would show deposits from Lil Vic's Nevada corporations. On the other hand, I wonder how long it will be before he demands reimbursement from the county for his legal fees.

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Michael 8 months, 1 week ago on Hill acquitted on all counts

Oscar, I have enjoyed reading your comments. You will be missed.

MD, I would hate to be one of the prosecution's witnesses. Walking Small will get even. And now that he has been acquitted on these charges, the real circus will begin. Clayton County taxpayers I would say BOHICA.

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Michael 8 months, 2 weeks ago on MARTA to use Clayton grant money elsewhere

Oscar, why can't Clayton County be blamed? The funds could have been returned to the feds where it could have been put to good use for projects like studying the effect of alcohol on Taiwanese prostitutes. Just sayin'

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Michael 8 months, 2 weeks ago on Let justice take its course

Mr. Zachary writes: "We hope that once this trial is over and the court has spoken, the community will accept the results."

We all can agree with Mr. Zachary's statement, but, we are faced with our local elected officials (Waites, Mabra, et.al.) and the NAACP who are openly trying to affect the outcome of the trial by intimating that there is no justice to be found in our courts of law. Regardless of the evidence that will be presented at trial, if the verdict does not agree with their opinion of what it should be they will scream that an injustice has been done. They will do whatever they can to infuriate and inflame their supporters in an attempt to have their fifteen minutes of fame.

We should all remember and be glad for the fact that we are a nation of laws, we are not a democracy wherein two wolves and a sheep can determine the dinner menu.

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