It's all Diane Black's fault. And it's also Diane's fault that Lou Ann supported tax increases when she was a Rutherford County official. It's Diane's fault Lou Ann took government handouts to start her business and I guess it Diane's fault the Lou Ann needs to be medicated and that she is crazy. Her campaign is falling apart at the seams and Diane will win and win big. If you really like Lou Ann Zelenik, tell her to get her act together, take responsibility for her OWN actions and get professional help.
I want to know how Diane Black hacked Lou Ann Zelenik's computer(I really doubt she owns one) and issued this press release. I find it hard to believe a rational person(now I know what happened) would write such a press release. If her press sec wrote this then he needs to go back to work as an orderly at the mental hospital(probably where he met Lou Ann). Her bedpan had the same content as this press release.
Seriously Diane Black is a genius for make Lou Ann look even more unstable(I did not realize that was possible). How she cracked Lou Ann's stellar campaign apparatus and issued this asinine press release is a real achievement. Now maybe Diane can get into Lou Ann's check book and make her payback her government handout.
This press release from Lou Ann Zelenik is laughable. She or her campaign manager must have been off of their meds when this was crafted. Lou Ann has her supporters but they all drink that same nasty Kool Ais that has hint of Nazi. I will never understand how a conservative can support someone that took a government handout to start her company and then listed herself as a minority for preferred treatment with government contracts. She says she is opposed to welfare and racial quota's but I guess she is fine with it as long as she can feed at the public trough. By the way, it looks like she is spending too much time at the public trough these days.
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