mike yoder going to the sheriffs office?

mike yoder going to the sheriffs office?

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Simon Says

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#1 Jul 9, 2008
i heard today from a deputy at the fair that mike yoder migh t go work for the sherffs office if a certain someone wins the election. has any one else heard this?
Naked Man

Mansfield, OH

#2 Jul 9, 2008
I remember hearing when Mike worked for the City of Bellefontaine, he caught a bit of heat for bringing his duty revolver to the office. Seems he was a "reserve deputy." Mike would be good wherever they put him. He is ehical, hard working and good with the taxpayer's dollars.
Reality

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#3 Jul 9, 2008
he is a stud also
Look Out Below

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#4 Jul 9, 2008
Mike Yoder is on the auxiliary at the Sheriff's Department already. Since this is his last term in office, I'm sure he'll go work for them full time when he's done with the Auditor gig if Andy wins the election. He'll probably even become a deputy even if there are people laid off. How fair would that be?

I say vote for Ron Murry, at least he's not part of Mike Henry's master plan.
Reality

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#5 Jul 9, 2008
double dippin
Sharon Peters

Loveland, OH

#6 Jul 9, 2008
Has anyone seen Ron Murray's "Dirty Harry" look in all of his campaign ads? Awesome!

It screams, "Don't make me body slam you off of the top rope like when I was a semi-professional wrestler back in the 90's".

Is this guy serious, or is it a joke, like Borat or something?
Floyd

Mount Gilead, OH

#7 Jul 9, 2008
Sharon Peters wrote:
Has anyone seen Ron Murray's "Dirty Harry" look in all of his campaign ads? Awesome!
It screams, "Don't make me body slam you off of the top rope like when I was a semi-professional wrestler back in the 90's".
Is this guy serious, or is it a joke, like Borat or something?
LOL

I've seen it and I can't figure out if he's trying to be serious or tough.

I don't know anything about his ability or inability to be Sheriff, but his family and friends should have helped him pick a better picture.
Jenny Craig

Wooster, OH

#8 Jul 9, 2008
Naked Man wrote:
I remember hearing when Mike worked for the City of Bellefontaine, he caught a bit of heat for bringing his duty revolver to the office. Seems he was a "reserve deputy." Mike would be good wherever they put him. He is ehical, hard working and good with the taxpayer's dollars.
I agree. He is ethical, hardworking and good with taxpayers dollars. He pitches in wherever he is needed.
John Stout

Hopkinsville, KY

#9 Jul 9, 2008
I say vote Ron Murray for sheriff.
Mr Jones

Marysville, OH

#10 Jul 9, 2008
Andy Smith is who we need. If Mike goes to work for him does that mean he resigns as auditor?
wondering

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#11 Jul 9, 2008
I've heard Micheal Yoder is gay. Is this true?
Conservationist

Mount Vernon, OH

#12 Jul 9, 2008
wondering wrote:
I've heard Micheal Yoder is gay. Is this true?
Why do you think he feels the need to carry a gun?
wondering

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#13 Jul 9, 2008
I've been told he was gay, but never wanted to believe it. Maybe because I'd see him in Church at Calvary Baptist and thought, how could he be gay, but then again I know that God hates the sin but loves the sinner.
dude

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#14 Jul 10, 2008
yea,keep wondering
Jir_Cough

Marysville, OH

#15 Jul 10, 2008
wondering wrote:
I've been told he was gay, but never wanted to believe it. Maybe because I'd see him in Church at Calvary Baptist and thought, how could he be gay, but then again I know that God hates the sin but loves the sinner.
as if there would never be a gay Baptist....now that is funny.

http://groups.google.com/group/alt.obituaries...

http://www.gay.com/news/article.html...

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/martin-lewis/go...

just to name a few.
Just seems the Baptists like to hide their sexual prefenece behind alot of hypocritical (yes hothead, that is how you spell it) hate-mongering. So "wondering",I am curious ,what else do you do at your church, other than try to determine other's sexual preference? And as far as God hating sin, maybe you better take a look at your own judgemental slanderous statement. How about you worry about your own sins and let God take care of other's?
I could care less if Yoder is gay or straight but if he is going to be a sheriff I hope he isn't a thief or a murderer or a child abuser. That seems to be the most we can hope for in Logam County.
And one more thing. If I had a choice between reading the words that Sharon Peters (nice play on words) or hothead I would have to opt for Sharon. I am really beginning to see a disturbingly uncomfortable paranoia coming from hothead. That coupled with him and 2cents double-teaming this Lynn person is just creepy. I think hothead needs another timeout from Topix.
Jenny Craig

Wooster, OH

#16 Jul 10, 2008
Jir_Cough wrote:
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as if there would never be a gay Baptist....now that is funny.
http://groups.google.com/group/alt.obituaries...
http://www.gay.com/news/article.html...
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/martin-lewis/go...
just to name a few.
Just seems the Baptists like to hide their sexual prefenece behind alot of hypocritical (yes hothead, that is how you spell it) hate-mongering. So "wondering",I am curious ,what else do you do at your church, other than try to determine other's sexual preference? And as far as God hating sin, maybe you better take a look at your own judgemental slanderous statement. How about you worry about your own sins and let God take care of other's?
I could care less if Yoder is gay or straight but if he is going to be a sheriff I hope he isn't a thief or a murderer or a child abuser. That seems to be the most we can hope for in Logam County.
And one more thing. If I had a choice between reading the words that Sharon Peters (nice play on words) or hothead I would have to opt for Sharon. I am really beginning to see a disturbingly uncomfortable paranoia coming from hothead. That coupled with him and 2cents double-teaming this Lynn person is just creepy. I think hothead needs another timeout from Topix.
I was agreeing with you, clear down to the last paragraph. Then I totally disagree.
Bob Loblaw

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#17 Jul 10, 2008
I too would choose Sharon Peters
Anhedonia

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#18 Jul 10, 2008
Authorities found no evidence of wrongdoing in the death of a Baptist
minister who was discovered asphyxiated in his home, hogtied and
dressed in two rubber diving suits, police said Wednesday.

An autopsy and investigators determined the death of the Rev. Gary
Aldridge on June 24 to be an accident, said Lt. Mark Drinkard, a
spokesman for the Montgomery Police Department.

The things you learn on this forum. Sickness!
Anhedonia

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#19 Jul 10, 2008
By JOEL E. MAST
Examiner Staff Writer
[email protected]
Local unrest over
higher property tax values
in the face of declining
property values
nationwide made
national news in the
Wednesday edition of
The Wall Street Journal,
in which Logan County
Auditor Michael Yoder
is quoted as saying,“I
had two death threats
and one gentleman who
tried to punch me.”
Mr. Yoder was reluctant to
talk about the article, but said
Wednesday the threats came
months ago during the valuation
process and he saw no reason
to pursue a criminal complaint.
“I don’t see a
need to. If they’re
going to kill me,
they’re going to kill
me,” he said.
“While that quote is
100 percent accurate,
I would rather
not make a big deal
of it.”
Arden Dale’s
article in the
Journal focused on
property owners nationwide
who are upset property taxes
continue to go up while values
plummet.
She talked with county auditors
on the east and west coasts
and with Mr. Yoder as a representative
of middle America.
The County Auditors
Association of Ohio referred
the writer to Mr. Yoder and he
was the only county auditor
quoted in the article.
Logan County saw an
increase of 100 appeals this tax
valuation cycle for a total of
149. All but two have been
heard by the board composed
of Mr. Yoder, Treasurer Dara
Wren and a county commissioner,
primarily David Knight
with Jack Reser subbing in during
the planting season.
Seven property owners had
appealed to the Ohio Board of
Tax Appeals and one has filed a
lawsuit in the Logan County
Common Pleas Court.
Mr. Yoder said the local
panel reduced some values and
held firm on others. He did not
want to estimate the breakdown
between the changed and
unchanged.
“It was done on a truly caseby-
case basis,” he said.
Logan County’s values were
set in 2007 based on valid sales
in the prior three years. Valid
sales do not include foreclosures.
Those valuations showed
increases of 49 percent for
waterfront property on Indian
Lake and 10 to 20 percent in
the rest of the county.
Naked Man

Mansfield, OH

#20 Jul 10, 2008
THE ABOVE ARTICLE HAS BEEN REFORMATTED TO BETTER FIT YOUR SCREEN

Written By JOEL E. MAST Examiner Staff Writer [email protected]
Local unrest over higher property tax values in the face of declining property values nationwide made national news in the Wednesday edition of The Wall Street Journal, in which Logan County Auditor Michael Yoder is quoted as saying,“I had two death threats and one gentleman who tried to punch me.” Mr. Yoder was reluctant to talk about the article, but said Wednesday the threats came months ago during the valuation process and he saw no reason to pursue a criminal complaint.“I don’t see a need to. If they’re going to kill me, they’re going to kill me,” he said.“While that quote is 100 percent accurate, I would rather not make a big deal of it.” Arden Dale’s article in the Journal focused on property owners nationwide who are upset property taxes continue to go up while values
plummet. She talked with county auditors on the east and west coasts and with Mr. Yoder as a representative of Middle America.
The County Auditors Association of Ohio referred the writer to Mr. Yoder and he was the only county auditor quoted in the article.
Logan County saw an increase of 100 appeals this tax valuation cycle for a total of 149. All but two have been heard by the board composed of Mr. Yoder, Treasurer Dara Wren and a county commissioner, primarily David Knight with Jack Reser subbing in during
the planting season. Seven property owners had appealed to the Ohio Board of Tax Appeals and one has filed a lawsuit in the Logan County Common Pleas Court. Mr. Yoder said the local panel reduced some values and held firm on others. He did not want to estimate the breakdown between the changed and unchanged.“It was done on a truly case by- case basis,” he said. Logan County’s values were set in 2007 based on valid sales in the prior three years. Valid sales do not include foreclosures. Those valuations showed
increases of 49 percent for waterfront property on Indian Lake and 10 to 20 percent in the rest of the county.

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