Unfortunately there are too many cops who are nothing more than armed egotistical thugs. The only difference between these thug cops and real gangbangers is that the real gangbangers tattoo on their uniforms while the taxpayer pays for the uniforms of these thug gangsters. This guy should sue these thugs for all they are worth. Only when you start hitting them in their pocketbooks will this thuggery stop.
For all you liberals hoping to see a reemergence of the Dems in Tennessee, I quote Charles Emerson Winchester from MASH: "Dream on witless drones."
Rep Hill is a liar and a thief. I would wager he takes a lot of bribes from the liquor industry, albeit under the table.
Wine in groceries will not happen in Tennessee until the voters vote out the pols who are taking bribes from the liquor industry. It happens in both parties. They are crooks.
This story proves the Connecticut tragedy is not about guns. It is about mental illness. What does this tragedy have in common with the Tucson, Colorado, Norway, and Virginia Tech tragedies? All were perpetrated by mentally ill people who all should have been locked up in secure facilities and not allowed to run loose in society. The real blame for this is the ACLU and its liberal brethren who, in the 60s and 70s, sued to put the mentally ill back on the streets saying they have the right to run loose in society. You would think after all these tragedies, as well as the killings of Lennon, shooting of Reagan, etc, we would have learned that the liberals were very wrong and that the mental institutions should be reopened. Some people should not be allowed to roam free. If we do not change this policy, we will see more and more of these violently ill people committing atrocities.
Folks, DesJarlais won and you liberals lost. Get over it and move on.
I just love it when liberal Democrats are in disarray. I expect to have more fun the end of the first week of November.
All Comments »
The SouthComm Set
Medical News Papers |
All contents © 1995-2015
City Press LLC, 210 12th Ave. S., Ste. 100, Nashville, TN 37203. (615) 244-7989.
All rights reserved. No part of this service may be reproduced in any form without the express written permission of City Press LLC,
except that an individual may download and/or forward articles via email to a reasonable number of recipients for personal, non-commercial purposes.
Powered by Foundation