Haslam, Lundberg talk wine in grocery stores
Bristol, Tennessee state representative Jon Lundberg sat down with us Friday to explain how Tennessee could be a step closer to seeing wine on supermarket shelves.Full Story
#1 Feb 4, 2013
Let the people vote on it.
#2 Feb 4, 2013
Shall I show you the link that shows that THE TENNESSEE WINE AND SPIRITS DISTRIBUTORS made large campaign contributions.
They owe it to them to get the wine on the shelves. It will go on the shelves. It's bought and paid for. Debate is over.
Mad Dog wine is packaged in such a way that it can be easily stolen. It's 34proof. You can easily get 4 bottles into a winter jacket. The grocery store takes the loss.
4 bottles will screw you up so bad that its unreal. Kids are now FUNNELING IT. You take a funnel and pour a half bottle into it and they have started a TREND. The drinker must first say "THINGS ARE FIXING TO CHANGE" and then he/she slams the half bottle. Sometimes two.
During 2013 this process will take place, a youngster will then drive their automobile headlong into a family of four killing them all.
Remember this .......IT WAS THE PRO-LIFERS that voted this law into existence.
Have a nice day !,
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