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#1 Nov 14, 2009
If he leaves our Church then the Lord has called him away and how can we trust him!! Jesus help us. GOD made him our way of life, guidance, Sheriff....All respect gone. If so, a new Church I must find. Don't confuse my guidance by the Lord with Curtis, I knowy calling! Brother Curtis you must have lost yours! Please pray and reconsider!!
Saddened

United States

#2 Nov 14, 2009
When the pastor turns his back on the lord. Its not a sheriffs job to council, its his job to protect the citizens that votes them in, even the addicts familys are not safe from them. There are things already set up in the system to help the addicts and it has little to do with the sheriffs dept. Protect the innocent first, try to help the addicts for their familys sake second. Its a rehabs job not a sheriffs. God help us if a pastor that turned his back on the lord gets a sheriffs position!
STUPID PEOPLE

Owensboro, KY

#3 Nov 14, 2009
He will never turn his back on God or church! He is just not going to pastor a church! He will always preach because that is what he LOVES to do! He was an evangelist for quite a few years anyway. I am so sick of the stupid people who are saying he has turned his back on the church. If you think that is so then you don't know Curtis too well so you shouldn't post stuff on here anyway.
Not in His church

White Plains, KY

#4 Nov 14, 2009
I attend curtis's church and you are not a part of it. Our church supports him fully. You are most likely a drug dealer and you afraid he is going to be elected or you were prompted to start this thread because of some coaxing.(More dirty politics that will backfire on Eddy, if he put you up to this.)
Curtis explained to us that God often calls men in ministry to leadership poisitions and gave several examples, David, Solomon, Daniel, Abraham, Joseph and etc.
Are you so unlearned that you didnt not know that this is Muhlenberg County? This county was named after a preacher that became a political leader. Curtis has also told us that he has 6 revivals, and several other preaching engaements after the first of the year. So when he leaves our church he will be preaching more than he was when he was a pastor. I think that is cool.
I might also add that the home is more important than the church, of course if you knew the Bible you would know this. By keeping residents safe, caring for the safety of children, he will in fact being doiong the Lord's work. Every soldier, every law enforecemt officer does the Lord's work.
If you were in his church youi could spell his name. It is McGehee. Not mcgeehe, you spell like a dope dealer.
How could anyone be against helping children other than a dope dealer?
really

White Plains, KY

#5 Nov 14, 2009
Praying wrote:
If he leaves our Church then the Lord has called him away and how can we trust him!! Jesus help us. GOD made him our way of life, guidance, Sheriff....All respect gone. If so, a new Church I must find. Don't confuse my guidance by the Lord with Curtis, I knowy calling! Brother Curtis you must have lost yours! Please pray and reconsider!!
If you hate curtis and he is leaving than you should be glad he is leaving.
LOL

Owensboro, KY

#6 Nov 14, 2009
Not in His church wrote:
I attend curtis's church and you are not a part of it. Our church supports him fully. You are most likely a drug dealer and you afraid he is going to be elected or you were prompted to start this thread because of some coaxing.(More dirty politics that will backfire on Eddy, if he put you up to this.)
Curtis explained to us that God often calls men in ministry to leadership poisitions and gave several examples, David, Solomon, Daniel, Abraham, Joseph and etc.
Are you so unlearned that you didnt not know that this is Muhlenberg County? This county was named after a preacher that became a political leader. Curtis has also told us that he has 6 revivals, and several other preaching engaements after the first of the year. So when he leaves our church he will be preaching more than he was when he was a pastor. I think that is cool.
I might also add that the home is more important than the church, of course if you knew the Bible you would know this. By keeping residents safe, caring for the safety of children, he will in fact being doiong the Lord's work. Every soldier, every law enforecemt officer does the Lord's work.
If you were in his church youi could spell his name. It is McGehee. Not mcgeehe, you spell like a dope dealer.
How could anyone be against helping children other than a dope dealer?
Lets not preach then turn around and call them a name.
LOL

Owensboro, KY

#7 Nov 14, 2009
Not in His church wrote:
I attend curtis's church and you are not a part of it. Our church supports him fully. You are most likely a drug dealer and you afraid he is going to be elected or you were prompted to start this thread because of some coaxing.(More dirty politics that will backfire on Eddy, if he put you up to this.)
Curtis explained to us that God often calls men in ministry to leadership poisitions and gave several examples, David, Solomon, Daniel, Abraham, Joseph and etc.
Are you so unlearned that you didnt not know that this is Muhlenberg County? This county was named after a preacher that became a political leader. Curtis has also told us that he has 6 revivals, and several other preaching engaements after the first of the year. So when he leaves our church he will be preaching more than he was when he was a pastor. I think that is cool.
I might also add that the home is more important than the church, of course if you knew the Bible you would know this. By keeping residents safe, caring for the safety of children, he will in fact being doiong the Lord's work. Every soldier, every law enforecemt officer does the Lord's work.
If you were in his church youi could spell his name. It is McGehee. Not mcgeehe, you spell like a dope dealer.
How could anyone be against helping children other than a dope dealer?
There are dope dealers that can spell better than I can. I am not a dope dealer.
Saddened

United States

#8 Nov 14, 2009
Loves to do or was called to do. Still saddened, im not in any church and this is why. God help us, pray for our county. Lets not count out the republican party, the true religious folk.
Marlene

White Plains, KY

#9 Nov 14, 2009
I have remained neutral and continue to do so at this point. This is a close race. I do feel it is unfortunate that these types of negative comments are being made about Curtis. He has a right as any of us do, preacher or not to pursue his dreams, desire, or calling. I am not for him but I cannot and would not say that I know what god wants him to do. I dont think any of you should use such harshness.
Eddy and Curtis are both wonderful people. May the best man for the job get it.
George W

United States

#10 Nov 14, 2009
thats right rep. Are a part of the race also. Let ed and curt mare each other and we"ll be there to run the county. It will be tuff for a preacher to beat a republican. We know how the statesmen thing works! David karesh told his people about daniel and abraham etc, etc, also and the f.b.i burnt the place to the ground. GO REPUBLICANS.

Since: Oct 09

Hawesville, KY

#11 Nov 14, 2009
Saddened wrote:
Loves to do or was called to do. Still saddened, im not in any church and this is why. God help us, pray for our county. Lets not count out the republican party, the true religious folk.
The republican party, the true religious folk? Last time I checked there are people are both ends that either believe or don't believe. I guess its because Democrats are liberal and Republicans are conservative. If you knew anything about politics you would know there are also liberal republicans and conservative democrats. Also republican started out in the history of the US as liberal. Being part of a certain political party doesn't make you any more religious than any other person on the planet.

I think McGehee is doing something even better here by trying to make the county better, not only with promises and words, but by doing so physically. Too many people preach about how bad this county is and hardly ever actually strive physically to make it better. Anyone can get involved, most just choose to turn their backs. I guess if its already bad enough, no sense in trying to fix it.
Jimmy

White Plains, KY

#12 Nov 14, 2009
George W wrote:
thats right rep. Are a part of the race also. Let ed and curt mare each other and we"ll be there to run the county. It will be tuff for a preacher to beat a republican. We know how the statesmen thing works! David karesh told his people about daniel and abraham etc, etc, also and the f.b.i burnt the place to the ground. GO REPUBLICANS.
I think race is close between preacher and eddie. But if you dont think republicans will support curtis you are out of touch. Republicans often elect ministers for public servants.
Jimmy

White Plains, KY

#13 Nov 14, 2009
Jessica Scissorhands wrote:
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The republican party, the true religious folk? Last time I checked there are people are both ends that either believe or don't believe. I guess its because Democrats are liberal and Republicans are conservative. If you knew anything about politics you would know there are also liberal republicans and conservative democrats. Also republican started out in the history of the US as liberal. Being part of a certain political party doesn't make you any more religious than any other person on the planet.
I think McGehee is doing something even better here by trying to make the county better, not only with promises and words, but by doing so physically. Too many people preach about how bad this county is and hardly ever actually strive physically to make it better. Anyone can get involved, most just choose to turn their backs. I guess if its already bad enough, no sense in trying to fix it.
Well spoken! I am a democrat and I am a person of faith. I also attend church.
Notahorseinthera ce

United States

#14 Nov 14, 2009
Silly democrate we could never vote a priest into office. Liberal, you said it yourself scissorwhatever. liberal meaning lacksed, accepting, no matter what you do or think it is ok. Republicans vote statesmen in office "office" not into crime fighting on the front line, silly democrate. The sheriff now is to fair to some of these peps, i could not imagine if the priest was to get in. Go republicans!!!!!
Relax Evry1

Hawesville, KY

#15 Nov 14, 2009
I could care less who is republican and who is democrat, and how one is so much better than the other. Doesn't matter who gets sheriff, as long as they do the job and do it right. We need to change our county for the better and stop dwelling on how bad it's getting and whining about a preacher who decided to run.
Jessie

Owensboro, KY

#16 Nov 14, 2009
God's will.
Notahorseinthera ce

United States

#17 Nov 14, 2009
No not gods will the voters will, and im not voting for a priest. We need firm enforcement, we are starting to see more and more illegal aliens in our county and i will tell you now there is no preist going to do anything about it when it finally becomes a problem to everyone and not just the landlords.
ICEDDIE HERE

Madisonville, KY

#18 Nov 14, 2009
My name says it all. All Eddies people can do is stir up controversy because Eddies whole camp knows he is in trouble. Good Luck Curtis, I feel there is room for religion in the Sheriffs Department.
Ronnie

Greenville, KY

#19 Nov 14, 2009
Our community needs help,we are suppose to be helping one another not gossiping about one another. If brother Curtis feels he needs to run for Sheriff i believe that God has called him to do so, if its not God calling then he probably wont be ellected.As a pastor Bro. Curtis has helped a bunch of us including me to show us how we can go about accepting God into our hearts and I was one of those dope deallers so getting me off the streets and into his church has helped this community more then you know. So if he can help me maybe as Sheriff he can help alot more, and maybe thats what God has called him to do.So in my prayers i pray for all of you gossipers.
Notahorseinthera ce

United States

#20 Nov 14, 2009
Im a republican, and could care less if ed or curt either one wins, mr icdeadpeople. Get a life and see we do not need a priest for sheriff and as for mr dopedealer gone jesus you should had did your time for murder of innocent peoples children oh but i guess bro curt got all that foregiven.

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