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rightwingnutjob said...

A total shame that politics has come down to money and persona. This man has nothing different, fresh, or original to offer, only generic lines about federal spending and Christian morals. Its an absolute joke, yet he is going to be representing our district in Washington. A scary thought. God help the 3rd district.

August 6, 2010 at 8:58 a.m.
rightwingnutjob said...

Please vote Art Rhodes so that we can have a mature, experienced, and intelligent leader!

August 4, 2010 at 7:37 p.m.
rightwingnutjob said...

The difference between Chuck and Robin is that Chuck has been taken over by party bosses.....and Robin IS a party boss. They are both playing dirty politics, and quite frankly, neither deserve to be our next representative. They both are bickering over things like wordage technicalities and specific dates that apparently differentiate lies from truth. It's ridiculous.

Let's elect a true statesman. One that isn't caught up in this nonsense. One that is respectful of every person regardless of how much they disagree, not someone who wants to prove someone wrong for the sake of proving someone wrong.

Oh by the way, he is the most qualified too. Please vote for ART RHODES so that the 3rd district can be represented honorably.

August 1, 2010 at 11:08 p.m.
rightwingnutjob said...

Let's remember that Art Rhodes was actually endorsed by the paper along with Haslam. Gobble has done his fair share of finger pointing. I think I he would be doing a lot more if he didn't have his shaky record with the SS to keep in the dark. By the way, his views have no substance, only a list of talking points. Let's sit Art & Tim down for a debate as the 2 candidates from Bradley. That would be a great time!

August 1, 2010 at 5:16 p.m.
rightwingnutjob said...

Notice who's signs are in front of the Insane Asylum!

August 1, 2010 at 5:02 p.m.
rightwingnutjob said...

I guarantee that Gobble is asleep longer than I am every night! The only one looking over me is God.

July 26, 2010 at 12:09 p.m.
rightwingnutjob said...

Protecting the president is very honorable.. VERY. I would love to get into fed. law enforcement. But, I'm sorry, this doesn't necessarily mean they are the best qualified to represent 650,000 people in the U.S. Congress. (yes, I know, city council & sheriff)

Art Rhodes has been there, and knows how it works. He has the financial, legal, and practical background necessary to get the job done on day one. It won't take him 4 months to learn his way around D.C. and the capital building.

I don't think people realize how important this is. I mean, Art could tell you, TODAY, exactly what you would have to do to draft a bill. (everything from what type of font to use to what person it needs to be delivered) No other candidate could match this. These are the practicalities of the job that no other candidate has knowledge of; all others are asking for the opportunity to learn on the job. The current state of our nation does not afford us the opportunity to have our representative learn on the job.

When we vote, its like hiring someone. Now what do employers look for? Previous experience in the same field, education qualifications, etc. Art has them all then some!

July 25, 2010 at 11:26 a.m.
rightwingnutjob said...

@gm1220 the reason why Art isn't running for mayor is because the mayor doesn't need replaced. Why doesn't the sheriff run for mayor?

Whether we agree or disagree on who our preference is, a vote is not wasted so long as the person being voted for is the person you want. The only votes that are wasted are the ones that are cast for someone simply because you think they have a better chance of winning.

July 24, 2010 at midnight
rightwingnutjob said...

SO proud to endorse the same candidate as the times. Experience, intelligence, and Values. Art Rhodes!

July 22, 2010 at 11:38 p.m.

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