Tuesday, September 14, 2010


A message to Roger Baylor:

Since you seem to have so much time on your hands, why don't you come out from behind your keyboard and get Southern Indiana (New Albany) to line up on the bridges with signs and protest the toll.

It's really not that hard Mr. Baylor, if you are as strong in your convictions to stop this toll.

It's a lot easier to sit behind a keyboard instead of standing up to fight (an issue) for which you believe in!

Sometimes Roger, you just have to offer more than LIP service.

Take the advice of a group who stood in four inches of snow, (several times) and fought for Property Tax Caps, along with many others who stood for what they believed in.

"The squeaky wheel gets the grease and the loudest complaints get the most attention."

Look it up in the urban dictionary: It means that if you bitch longer and loud enough, you eventually get your way.

Btw, Freedom Of Speech supports "NO" toll fees.

Footnote: Leaders lead, followers follow and actions speak louder than words.