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just wondering

Johnson City, TN

#21 Sep 19, 2011
Well Humm wrote:
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You are wrong on that point. Many students have received scholarships because he all they had to do was ask and he got them for them. Like I have stated, if there is anyone out there that wants to run for Delegate them do so. No one is stopping you. If all you've got to do is get on here and rant and rave, then obviously, you are not qualified. Here is an idea, graduate from high school, graduate from college, get a law degree, hold some public office, build up support and run.
You don't need a law degree----just lots of money!!! If you happen to have wealth, then yeah for you! If you have a family with lots of money---that opens doors too!!! However, if you or your family happens to have "connections" then you might come into quite a bit of financial support! However, when you accept money from supporters you are also most likely to have to accept their agendas!!
grub worm too

Greeneville, TN

#22 Sep 20, 2011
yea, you don't need a law degree. i'm sure it's in the works so watch for a candidate in the near future.
grub worm too

Greeneville, TN

#23 Sep 21, 2011
worthless
bring it

Greeneville, TN

#24 Sep 21, 2011
Bring one forward grubby worm. Or is it gummy worm? I rolled over a bunch of your relatives when I pulled out of the driveway this morning. Squished em in my tires.
heehee
Applicants

Jonesborough, TN

#25 Sep 22, 2011
He has been a very strong advocate for coal and energy in SWV. He is the Chairman of the tobacco Commission and Commerce and Labor. He was one of the leaders in securing funding for the new convocation center at UVA-Wise. The Family Foundation has given him a 100% rating. He has and is working to ensure increases in K-12 funding over the last 10 years. He has spent many hours on business issues to ensure that Virginia remains one of the best places to open business and create jobs (might I say that our federal leaders should take notes fron Va).
just wondering

Johnson City, TN

#26 Sep 22, 2011
Applicants wrote:
He has been a very strong advocate for coal and energy in SWV. He is the Chairman of the tobacco Commission and Commerce and Labor. He was one of the leaders in securing funding for the new convocation center at UVA-Wise. The Family Foundation has given him a 100% rating. He has and is working to ensure increases in K-12 funding over the last 10 years. He has spent many hours on business issues to ensure that Virginia remains one of the best places to open business and create jobs (might I say that our federal leaders should take notes fron Va).
This is the usual political rhetoric that 99.9% of the delegates would profess! "One of the leaders", "advocate for coal and energy", "working to ensure", blah, blah, blah! Tell us when he was THE Leader! Give examples of how and when he stood up for the poor working people who so often get overlooked by his party and NOVA and pushed bills through that brought money, jobs, etc. Yeah, it is easy to stand in photo ops and claim to be a part of something but we need real working leadership. Just giving a vote on a bill will allow politicians to claim to be an advocate! We don't need any more blah, blah, blah!
poor valley

United States

#27 Sep 24, 2011
I wished Jo anne would have run.

“Standing Firm”

Since: Aug 11

Where I hang my hat

#28 Sep 24, 2011
Well Humm wrote:
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You are wrong on that point. Many students have received scholarships because he all they had to do was ask and he got them for them. Like I have stated, if there is anyone out there that wants to run for Delegate them do so. No one is stopping you. If all you've got to do is get on here and rant and rave, then obviously, you are not qualified. Here is an idea, graduate from high school, graduate from college, get a law degree, hold some public office, build up support and run.
You need to take your own advise!!! You have been ranting and raving all over these posts. So why arent YOU running for office. Oh, I guess you dont have a high school diploma. THAT EXPLAINS A LOT!(stop telling your lies on good people )

Since: Jan 11

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#29 Sep 26, 2011
Shame on Hypocrites wrote:
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You need to take your own advise!!! You have been ranting and raving all over these posts. So why arent YOU running for office. Oh, I guess you dont have a high school diploma. THAT EXPLAINS A LOT!(stop telling your lies on good people )
I graduated from HS and college. I don't need to run because I support Terry and he stands for what I believe in. Why don't you run? I can voice my opinion just like everyone else. I tell the truth, no lies unlike you. It is obvious you don't have a HS diploma.
Looky

Wise, VA

#30 Jun 30, 2014
Looks like people have been pissed about TK for years!

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