ashley26's comment history

ashley26 said...

After being incarcerated myself, i would think that it would be in the best intrest of the kids to have them in a stable and firm fair and consistent enviroment, we all know the track record with the education program at Taft, so why and go and mess-up a good thing. just dont get. has to be political and money changing hands somewhere thats what the big problem we have in america now everyone here has their hand out no matter the service u receive or the quality it doesnt matter as long as someone is getting their share all is fine and dandy. Well ive done my time for society and it was one of the best things to ever happen to me to get my life back on track so i know it takes a great institution to acheive what i received at the time i just know that Oday and Haslam will be short-changing our youth well guess if u cant reach them now will PAY FOR IT LATER ONE WAY OR ANOTHER!!!!!!!!!!!!

February 29, 2012 at 9:50 p.m.
ashley26 said...

REAL DEAL U ARE HITTING IT ON THE HEAD BUT IT SEEMS THT HAS BECOME THE AMERICAN WAY.

January 29, 2012 at 8:50 p.m.
ashley26 said...

well the closing of taft is suppose to save so much money, well what about society and its safety well lets just put the inmates at a nursing home to work and save a lil more money. while we are at it lets close the governors mansion and probably we will save more money than the closing of taft. lets go all you republicans YAY

January 29, 2012 at 8:12 p.m.
ashley26 said...

Lets get serious as bad as crime is in the state on Tn do we need to close any facilities, i would rater spend my tax dollars on plenty more, I don't know what has been going on behind the scenes on this issue but seems to me palms are being greased. No wonder we are building new adult prisons for all of this corruption we will need them

December 10, 2011 at 7:31 p.m.
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