allah...no amount of insulting or making fun will stop the inevitable. That is Rhonda is going to win and you guys are panicking. Randy's election was part democrats, part luck, and part Fred not campaigning. That party is over. Go ahead, live in the past and we will take care of the future.
Go ahead, say I am overweight again if it makes you feel good.
Your right, about Fairbanks, he need as many assets as he can get.
allahsyoungerbrother...My name is Tim Price..since you obviously know who I am, I think a brave person like you should say that kind of stuff direct. Why hide behind anonymity? I am sure we could have a lively discussion. You can contact me anytime..or listen today at 5 pm on 1240 am and you can call in and say it to me in person.
That is the tactic of the left...talking about my weight instead of the issues. Yea, I am overweight but you are not a super model yourself. Have you seen Randy Fairbanks and Gwen Tidwell...both overweight and also not supermodels. Just like a lib to have selective eyesight. We are all middle-aged and have seen our better days.
I know, go to Randy's facebook page and see Randy with all the democrat commisioners...it is not exactly a line-up at the bunny ranch. I love that picture because it makes me feel skinny.
I know who you are...I can loose weight, but you can't fix ugly. I am 58 years old..what is your excuse?
Pam Sohn should know about "snubs being shamefull." The reason is that the TFP and the rest of the "journalists" at that rag snubbed Rhonda Thurman.
They interviewed all other candidates except her. They ignored her and went ahead, in Pam's case, to disrespect her without even talking to her. Cooper and Vass were in on it too.
Yea, you should know about the word "snub."
Pam Sohn is corrupt...she along with the TFP interviewed all the local candidates except Rhonda Thurman. Pam, how can you talk about her when you haven't interviewed her or even met her?
TimesFreePress should be spelled CORRUPT.
Sohn and the rest of the TFP should be ashamed of themselves. The problem is that are like political sociopaths. They don't even realize they are wrong. SAD...
Since it was a conservative, I guess all you libs think it is alrignt. What if next time it is someone you like? This is beyond politics, it is right and wrong.
One more thing...the TFP is corrupt too. They interviewed all the local candidates except one, Rhonda Thurman. So it is obvious that when he was talking about what Rhonda "said" he was not talking about an interview he or anyone else at the TFP conducted.
CORRUPT...and you were the "faith" editor? Did you ever listen in church?
Lamar's corruption continued...
With Clint Cooper's endorsements this election cycle, it is no wonder he is endorsing another crook in Alexander. Here is some reasons to vote for Carr:
Details of Lamar's Inexplicable Enrichment
In Mexico, they have a crime called "inexplicable enrichment" for politicians who accumulate large sums of money that can't be traced. Luckily for us, diligent work by the Memphis newspaper and Edward Pound and Hilary Stout of the Wall Street Journal have explained many of Lamar's sources.
1. CCA company stock, $8,900 investment yields $142,000 after Governor Lamar helps the company get a $250 million state contract.
2. Corporate Child Care Inc. Jack Massey invested $2 million, and Lamar and Honey got a founder's stake for $5000. Their stake's value grew to $800,000 by 1991.
3. The Jack Massey School of Business paid Lamar $100,000 in 1988, and an undisclosed sum in 1987, to create a "leadership institute" there.
4. Jack Massey's venture capital firm paid Lamar and Honey $44,000 in directors and consulting fees in 1988.
5. Lamar and 6 other investors (including Howard Baker) got a stock option in a newspaper firm for $1 each. He sold his share for $620,000.
6. Whittle Communications, a private education firm, "sold" Alexander stock for $10,000 but didn't cash his check until years later, when they made a deal to sell part of the company for $185 million. Whittle then purchased the stock back from Honey for $330,000.
7. Lamar bought a house in Knoxville for $570,000 in 1990. He sold it a year later, right after being appointed U.S. Secretary of Education, for $977,500 -- to Gerald Hogan, a top executive at Whittle Communications. Pretty much everywhere else in America, housing prices went down in 1991.
8. Whittle communications paid Lamar $125,000 in consulting fees in 1987 for help with a magazine that ultimately failed. (Lamar had credentials - he workedon his high school newspaper.)
9. Howard Baker's law firm paid him nearly $400,000 in 1994, and $295,000 in 1995 for working "at counsel" (not directly for the firm): he was campaigning for President full time both years. The firm is a lobbying law firm that represents Martin Marietta, AT&T, US Tobacco, Federal Express and others.
10. Right after leaving the governorship, Lamar was appointed to the $150,000/year job of President of the University of Tennessee by the Board of Regents, many of whom he appointed while governor. Many employeessaid he didn't show up much, or show much interest in the job.
By the way, I haven't seen one Tidwell picture where she looked sober.
allahsyougerbrother.. no surprise, you like the one party system. That is just what the doctor ordered.
That post was about as dumb as it gets. Why can't I advocate for a candidate I like? You worship Obama. It is Obama all the time.
You damn right, until this election is over and we stuff Rhonda down your throat, I will promote, defend, and advocate for her election. You can go to hell.
Welcome to the United States.....
aae1049.....April, I am surprised that you have been fooled by Robin.