Friday, May 25, 2012
Does Bob Caesar even know what is breaking down the road on Spring Street Hill?
First, it was rain damage now they think it's over weight trucks. Mr. Caesar thinks "I'd even recommend a camera on the hill to keep heavy trucks off of the hill."
And again, we will type slower for those of you who don't get it.
He must NOT travel Cherry Street Hill in July or August. Because if he did he would KNOW why the friggin' Spring Street Hill continues collapsing.
Sweet baby Jesus....
It's "unhealthy raw sewage" that continues to flourish along the road and hill side.
Bob Caesar is incapable of solving any of the problems that have crippled Spring Street Hill.
Maybe if we voters pushed for a law that would withhold their pay on bad decisions we might get something fixed right.
Councilman Bob Caesar is an "oxymoron" if he thinks these repairs will fix the problem...you just wait and see!
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
He has acted the role of Obama's attack dog ever since, lifting his leg upon our Constitutional laws, rights and freedoms and pursued and attacked the values of straight American men and women like a Liberal entitlement dog in heat.
The louder he barks the more you know he realizes his chances of getting sent to the Democrat "Animal Farm" of discarded useful idiots is growing faster and more furious.
They already sent him to their Obamacare veterinary doctor to remove his manhood and implant the Party neuticals of a democrat ideology that gave him the appearance of being whole and productive, but never produce anything of value when called upon to preform just like his master.
What Biden's parents "may have said" is very different from what progressives are saying today, that it's OK to be dependent on the government. Look at Obama's Julia website, for instance.
"They just don't get US," made our heads cock like a dog hearing a high pitched noise. NO surprise here...and YES, we DO just get you, and in fact, we see right through you!
Friday, May 18, 2012
The people at Facebook have devised an amazing platform for the whole world to reach out to each other. It's brought family and friends together, helped bring together social movements and keep people up to date on information they never would have gotten elsewhere.
It is a testament to Capitalism and what the private sector can do, better, more efficiently and with less bureaucracy than the many states.
Again, way to go Facebook!
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Thumbs -way - way down - to The News and Tribune, why haven't you told the taxpayers about the NAPD wanting 17 new police cars? Just think of all the newspapers you could sell if you printed the facts and truth about our local government.
Thumbs way up - to Council President Diane McCartin-Benedetti for replacing $100,000 back in EDIT.
Thumbs way up - to Councilman Kevin Zurschmiede introducing a seperation of commingling of funds. It's a win-win for taxpayers.
Thumbs up - way up - to State Rep. Ed Clere and Lois Endris for stepping in for the "little people" with our property tax problem with the Auditor.
Friday, May 11, 2012
Whether or not his position is right or wrong, it demonstrates once again that Obama has NO spine and is a weak man who won't stand by his convictions or he never had convictions and was just mouthing the words in order to fool America and get re-elected, regardless it shows once again HOW WEAK OBAMA IS!"
Obama is NOT a man of his word or conviction and will say anything to get a vote.
What's even more amusing is that this is an issue that Barry (Obama) cannot do one, single, solitary thing about.
Nothing at all...
We figure that a special word like "bigot" will appear next in the "local blogosphere" and so be it.
Thursday, May 10, 2012
Tuesday, May 08, 2012
The most important right citizens have is the right to vote. By voting, the people have a voice in state and local government. The people decide who will represent them in government.
Before voting in an, election, each citizen should be well informed about the issues and candidates.
Why We Should Vote
* To speak your mind:
Your vote is your choice. It tells the candidates and elected officials how you feel about important issues.
* To make them listen:
Your vote is your voice, too. When we turn out to vote, you can bet that the politicians know it - and you can be sure, when we all crank up that voice, they'll pay attention to what we say.
* For our community:
Do you ever wonder why one certain area seems to get it all? One big reason is voting. When we vote, we get results.
* For our children:
Our children can't vote-so we have to do it for them. That's how we make our views known about safety, schools, borrowing, debt, and the environment and other issues that will affect our childrens future in Floyd County.
* To control our future:
Elected officials make decisions that affect our daily lives. The individuals we vote for will make decisions about our quality of life.
* To stop something:
Voting let's you stop complaining about things going on in our community. It puts you the voter in the driver's seat instead of under the bus!
* To win:
In every election year, some races are decided by just a handful of votes. Those who vote demand respect. When we vote, we win.
The right of the people to vote is invaluable in the creation of local and state government that is bound to the will of "ALL" the people.
Freedom Of Speech would like to say:
We are urging each of you to take the time to do your part and Vote today Tuesday May 8th...
Friday, May 04, 2012
The field for the 138th Kentucky Oaks will be limited to 14 horses with preference given to the horses with the most graded stakes earnings.
Here are the 2012 Kentucky Oaks horses and post positions:
1. On Fire Baby
2. Grace Hall
3. Summer Applause
4. Eden's Moon
5. Hard Not to Like
6. Broadway's Alibi
8. Jemima's Pearl
9. Believe You Can
10. And Why Not
11. Karlovy Vary
12. Colonial Empress
13. Amie's Dini
AE Oaks Lilly
The $1,000,000 Kentucky Oaks is run by three-year-old fillies.
Win: On Fire Baby
Place: Hard Not to Like
Post time is scheduled for 5:45 hope to see you all there.
Wednesday, May 02, 2012
Each New Board needs:
* a paid attorney
* mileage costs
* paid consultants
Why doesn't the City Council concentrate on projects that will, "Put the shovel in the Ground."
* cleanup trash and unsafe houses
* stop stormwater flooding
* enforce the laws now in the Code Book
OK - "City Council" and "Mayor Gahan", get your heads out of the clouds and see the "Real work" THAT needs to be done in New Albany!