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Michael Meyers: The Elephant in the Election Room



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If you missed the article in TAP this past weekend you need to go back and take a glance.

Wondering which article am I referring to? The article about th...

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  1. He could have declined taking the tax commissioner position and then ran for it in November. Whether it’s legal or not doesn’t mean it’s morally right..you’re wrong about he attitudes toward the DA. They are on him about letting hardened murderers and gang members loose on the community. If you can see the difference? I suggest you go talk to some of the families of the murder victims that he’s let out…

  2. My Brother’s Keeper should be funded and staffed with 100 strong, caring and mindful men. Fully vetted in background. Willing to mentor a youth for as long as it takes. School, home, church. 100 strong women for the young ladies who so desperately need a role model. The 13 year old beginning his career At Game Stop comes to mind.

  3. Kendrick said he would not run for the seat. Has he changed his mind, or was that not who you are speaking about. Perhaps Hardie…no, that would be too ridiculous, putting him in charge of $$. Bobby Williams, would he come rough you up if you were late with your payments?? The guy in there now seems to be the safest bet I guess.

  4. Okay, we have been left with a tease of two unnamed possible candidates for tax commissioner. Who might they be?
    As for those of us who wish to see criminals prosecuted, how do these compare to the accidental drowning of a child?

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