Candidate For Tulsa Mayor Goes Negative, Prompts Threats Of Litigation

Apr 23, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: NewsOn6 Tulsa

It all goes back to the bankruptcy of Great Plains Airlines and former Mayor Kathy Taylor having the city pay off a bad loan for the airline.

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#1 Apr 23, 2013
Really a no-brainer. Who of the candidates has done the most for the betterment of Tulsa? Who has been the most selfless, to the point of not accepting any salary? Who does not play the good-old-boy game and instead opens bids to all cotractors and goes for best qualiy at best price on bids to City?

Before one of the candidates came along some contractors from outside the city who had the most to offer had given up on doing business with tulsa because of it's good-old-boy system where the citizens of Tulsa are the losers.
Glock

Austin, TX

#2 Apr 23, 2013
Kitty Lobeck is a joke. She must think Tulsans have a short memory. She is no different than any other big money name that has run for mayor in that town. Tulsa would be better suited to have some regular average Joe become mayor, someone who does not cater to the influential crowd. Tulsa is not a progressive city and never will be as long they have the same old people running that place.
-The Artist-

Oklahoma City, OK

#3 Apr 23, 2013
Glock wrote:
Kitty Lobeck is a joke. She must think Tulsans have a short memory. She is no different than any other big money name that has run for mayor in that town. Tulsa would be better suited to have some regular average Joe become mayor, someone who does not cater to the influential crowd. Tulsa is not a progressive city and never will be as long they have the same old people running that place.
Her number is on your speed-dial, no?
Glock

Austin, TX

#4 Apr 23, 2013
-The Artist- wrote:
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Her number is on your speed-dial, no?
Negative, but I have your number and location.....
-The Artist-

Edmond, OK

#5 Apr 26, 2013
Glock wrote:
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Negative, but I have your number and location.....
Great. My location is giving out massive doses of lead.
Glock

Austin, TX

#6 Apr 28, 2013
-The Artist- wrote:
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Great. My location is giving out massive doses of lead.
See you soon, when you least expect it. Careful with that lead, it can be used against you. Have a nice day. Got the coordinates on gps.
-The Artist-

Oklahoma City, OK

#7 Apr 28, 2013
Glock wrote:
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See you soon, when you least expect it. Careful with that lead, it can be used against you. Have a nice day. Got the coordinates on gps.
Glock, your fairy tales are old and stale.
Glock

Austin, TX

#8 Apr 29, 2013
-The Artist- wrote:
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Glock, your fairy tales are old and stale.
Negative, not like your wife at all. See you VERY soon.
Sam Jones

Tulsa, OK

#9 Apr 29, 2013
WMCOL wrote:
Really a no-brainer. Who of the candidates has done the most for the betterment of Tulsa? Who has been the most selfless, to the point of not accepting any salary? Who does not play the good-old-boy game and instead opens bids to all cotractors and goes for best qualiy at best price on bids to City?
Before one of the candidates came along some contractors from outside the city who had the most to offer had given up on doing business with tulsa because of it's good-old-boy system where the citizens of Tulsa are the losers.
And who was the candidate that was accused of voting twice for Al Gore in the same Election.
-The Artist-

Oklahoma City, OK

#10 Apr 29, 2013
Glock wrote:
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Negative, not like your wife at all. See you VERY soon.
^ Famous last words...
Glock

Austin, TX

#11 Apr 30, 2013
-The Artist- wrote:
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^ Famous last words...
Not my last words you will hear......
-The Artist-

Oklahoma City, OK

#12 Apr 30, 2013
Glock wrote:
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Not my last words you will hear......
Give it up, old man. You're having another meltdown.
Glock

Austin, TX

#13 May 1, 2013
-The Artist- wrote:
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Give it up, old man. You're having another meltdown.
Now your location is in Lawton...hmmm. Going have to do some research on this now. I never give up and I am hardly an old man. Mature, wise, experienced, seasoned, yes, but not old. Too mentally and physically superior to have a meltdown. Only the weak lose control. I trample the weak and hurdle the dead.
-The Artist-

Oklahoma City, OK

#14 May 1, 2013
Glock wrote:
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Now your location is in Lawton...hmmm. Going have to do some research on this now. I never give up and I am hardly an old man. Mature, wise, experienced, seasoned, yes, but not old. Too mentally and physically superior to have a meltdown. Only the weak lose control. I trample the weak and hurdle the dead.
I'm not sure you've fully grasped the concept of old age. Hmmm... Research dementia.
Packing Heat

Vinita, OK

#15 May 1, 2013
WMCOL wrote:
Really a no-brainer. Who of the candidates has done the most for the betterment of Tulsa? Who has been the most selfless, to the point of not accepting any salary? Who does not play the good-old-boy game and instead opens bids to all cotractors and goes for best qualiy at best price on bids to City?
Before one of the candidates came along some contractors from outside the city who had the most to offer had given up on doing business with tulsa because of it's good-old-boy system where the citizens of Tulsa are the losers.


Then Dewey Bartlett was elected and Tulsa has leaped into first place here:

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Stop Kathy Taylor from coming back into power in Tulsa and destroying all progress for her own political gain!
Juice on the Loose

Edmond, OK

#16 May 7, 2013
Glock wrote:
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Negative, but I have your number and location.....
I've finally figured out how to keep Glock (USC fan) out of my yard. Put up goal posts.
Glock

Austin, TX

#17 May 8, 2013
Juice on the Loose wrote:
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I've finally figured out how to keep Glock (USC fan) out of my yard. Put up goal posts.
Juice, I certainly hope you are not a detective because you would be an epic failure. I am not an SC fan whatsoever. I will, however, cheer for them or any other team that plays mobilehoma though. Do you know what meth and Oklahoma have in common??? Put them in a bowl and they get smoked.....
Juice on the Loose

Edmond, OK

#18 May 8, 2013
Glock wrote:
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Juice, I certainly hope you are not a detective because you would be an epic failure. I am not an SC fan whatsoever. I will, however, cheer for them or any other team that plays mobilehoma though. Do you know what meth and Oklahoma have in common??? Put them in a bowl and they get smoked.....
Look, you've been seriously busted and, quite frankly, toyed with. There isn't really a whole lot you can say at this point, is there?
Glock

Austin, TX

#19 May 8, 2013
Juice on the Loose wrote:
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Look, you've been seriously busted and, quite frankly, toyed with. There isn't really a whole lot you can say at this point, is there?
Busted? How? Toyed with? I will say that you are living in a fantasy world and probably should take your meds. You have done nothing to me and can't do anything to me. Sorry to burst your bubble sport.
The King

Oklahoma City, OK

#20 May 8, 2013
Glock wrote:
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Busted? How? Toyed with? I will say that you are living in a fantasy world and probably should take your meds. You have done nothing to me and can't do anything to me. Sorry to burst your bubble sport.
Not a detective, but I was fairly confident I recognized a post of yours on another site. I assumed that I was pushing your buttons. I have no interest in your real name, or posting it and I'm definitely not a threat to you. My bad.

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