Editorial: It is time to end the era of playground politics
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You can’t make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear. A jerk will always be a jerk.
Williams is always a little short sighted in his decisions and actions.
A lot of class – all of it LOW, but a lot of class.
Good information for voters in the future.
Low info voters won’t care..they keep sending the same clowns to the circus..
All we can do is hope for change that protects the taxpayers and citizens of Augusta. I’m optimistic for now but it’s only January.
Bobby Williams is the ARC CEO – Chief Executive Obstructionist.
Will some of these commissioners ever learn to judge people by their character and not their color? My parents taught me this a long time ago. This has been a real problem in Richmond County. When I vote, I always look at a person’s character not what color they are.
Now hold on a second! Didn’t MLK Jr say he hoped for the day when a man would be judged by the color of his skin and NOT by the content of his character?! Thank God that day has finally come!