Citizen Newsletter #302
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The Citizen Newsletter
Issue # 302
October 29, 2011
The Conservative Voice of Henry County
In This Edition
We Are Politics
Candidates Get Pink Slips
Tony Cain: TSPLOST Fiasco
TSPLOST Less Than Grand
James Bell: TSPLOST Dangers
McNorton: Ed-SPLOST a No Go
Henry Farm Bureau News
Columbus GA TEA Party
Robins: More on 9-9-9
One Term for Mathis
Stockbridge Audit Summary
SBN-TV: The Agenda
Disintegration of Obama
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Ineptocracy (in-ept-o-cra-cy) - a system of government where the least capable tolead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods andservices paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.How long will we perpetuate this system?
: There appears to be consensus in the Rick Perry campaignthat skipping some future debates may be the best strategy for the Texas governor.
If Rick Perry can't debate fellow Republicans can he debatePresident Obama and then manage an Administration?
Mitt Romney was in Ohio and failed to endorse the efforts of Ohio Governor John Kasich to reform the government union in Ohio.
If Romney fails to understand this issue in a key state and doesnot immediately endorse this common sense reform at the state level, will he willfight against government unions at the federal level?
Read the story below and some of the comments. I am interested to hear whateveryone thinks about Horse Racing and Casino gambling in Georgia. This is anemotional issue for many so agree / disagree / discuss / debate but to be clear, Iam seeking the honest input from the residents of my district and I will blockanyone that undermines the respectful discourse of the issue on this thread. Thankyou in advance.
If part of the proceeds can go to a good causeto help the community like Battered Women/Domestic Violence, feeding thehungry, unemployed or underemployed, after school care for single moms,then I am all for it.
Free flowing money begets corruption. That said, Georgiamust develop a gaming commission - elected, not appointed. With that inplace I can see a boon to the state coffers and the programs that could befunded. However, I also see the Lottery in place supposedly to benefiteducation. That was a pipe dream. So let's be real. As a revenue sourcelegalized gambling is a good idea. I would use Nevada, Louisiana andMississippi as workingexamples. Why not keep those revenues in Georgia?
It's a GREAT idea !! Why keep letting Alabama,Mississippi and North Carolina get all of Georgia's money ??
I have no problem with it. Again, if people are going to