<quoted text>It won't happen. You must have been on the wrong side of the law. Roger is there to stay till he retires. I have known him all my life. You will never meet a better person than Roger. I voted to keep him.
What about me? I wasnt on the wrong side of the law. I sued James Butler because he wouldnt hold any hearing at all on the parental kidnapping of my youngest daughter. I was divorcing the dean of unions son, and butler wouldnt hold a hearing. After I sued him, Roger Page took over the case. My ex testified he was a repeat drug offender who had been in and out of rehab and had just been released from rehab. He testified he kept my daughter from for 10 months, he testified he was going to live with his parents indefinately. He went on and on, multiple teachers from my eldest daughters school came and testified for me. I have no felonys, no past history of drug or alcohol abuse and history of mental abuse. Yet Roger Page made it where it would be nearly impossible to see my daughter. It has been over 920 days since I have had my little daughter in my house all at the retalitory hands of Roger Page.
Roger is a criminal in my eyes. I went to school with his son, I had never heard or thought anything bad about him until I had my own personal dealings with him. Maybe because I sued Butler, I feel on the wrong side of the law. But right is right and wrong is wrong and luckily for me, Roger and his friends can scream im insane all day long, but I have right on my side and it will prevail one day.
I will be voting to Reject Page and I applaud anyone who knows of his ways and stands against them.
If I will never meet a better person than Roger, I might as well turn in early