Kelley Henthorn

Humble, TX

#23 Oct 15, 2008
This is Kelley Kirk Henthorn. I don't know why you think this is all being kept hush-hush. It's been all over the papers for 16 months now. My husband will be sentenced this Friday, October 17, 2008. I'm sure you will be able to read all about it in the Saturday morning papers. Enjoy.
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Nuna

Saint Albans, WV

#25 Oct 15, 2008
Nuna
Cammandeered wrote:
POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: Friday Oct. 3rd, 2008
Posted: 05:32 AM ET
From CNN's Shannan Butler
A national poll of people who watched the vice presidential debate Thursday night suggests that Democratic Sen. Joe Biden won, but also says Republican Gov. Sarah Palin exceeded expectations.
Washington Post: Palin Delivers, But Doubts Linger
Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin spent much of the past two weeks on the defensive, hounded by critics over halting performances in television interviews and questioned even by conservative writers doubtful about whether she is ready to be vice president.
CNN: Biden puts McCain, not Palin, in cross hairs
Sen. Joe Biden was debating Gov. Sarah Palin on Thursday night, but the Democratic vice presidential candidate known for attack-dog instincts saved his bites for Sen. John McCain.
October 2, 2008
Clinton weighs in
Posted: 11:10 PM ET
Senator Hillary Clinton issued a statement praising Biden's performance.
(CNN)— Hillary Clinton issued a statement shortly after the debate praising Joe Biden's performance:
“Tonight's debate underscored the stark choice American families face in this election," she said.“I've known Senator Biden a long time – as Americans saw tonight, he is a strong, passionate and experienced leader. Like Barack Obama, Joe Biden understands both the economic stresses here at home and the strategic challenges in Iraq, Afghanistan, and around the world.
“We saw yet again that Senator McCain and Sarah Palin will offer only more of the same failed policies of the Bush Administration. America's hardworking Middle Class families deserve better.”
Filed under: Hillary Clinton • Vice presidential debate
Permalink
Watch:'The most important election,' Biden says
Fifty-one percent of those polled thought Biden did the best job in Thursday night's debate, while 36 percent thought Palin did the best job.
But respondents said the folksy Palin was more likable, scoring 54 percent to Biden's 36 percent.
Watch:'We will fight for America,' Palin says
Both candidates exceeded expectations — 84 percent of the people polled said Palin did a better job than they expected, while 64 percent said Biden also exceeded expectations.
But on the question of the candidates' qualifications to assume the presidency, 87 percent of the people polled said Biden is qualified while only 42 percent said Palin is qualified.
Biden's running mate, Sen. Barack Obama, was also selected as a winner in a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation about the presidential debate last week.
Filed under: Vice presidential debate
Permalink
Biden shows experience, Palin pushes 'maverick' record
Posted: 11:05 PM ET
Sen. Joe Biden and Gov. Sarah Palin start their debate with a discussion of the economy.
(CNN)– Sen. Joe Biden gave a knowledgeable but restrained performance in Thursday night's debate, while Gov. Sarah Palin sought to show that her accomplishments as governor and mayor prove she is qualified to be vice president.
Biden slammed John McCain, saying that "he has been no maverick on the issues that matter to people lives," but his only challenge to Palin was asking her to articulate a policy on the Iraq war.
Palin pushed her "track record of reform" and said she and McCain are a " team of mavericks."
"We're known for putting partisan politics aside to just get the job done," she said.
Palin tried to paint Barack Obama as "dangerous" for being open to meeting with rogue leaders without preconditions.
"An issue like that taken up by a presidential candidate goes beyond naivete and goes beyond poor judgment," Palin said.
"A statement that he made like that is downright dangerous because leaders like [Iranian President Mahmoud] Ahmadinejad, who would seek to acquire nuclear weapons and wipe off the face of the earth an ally like we have in Israel should not be met with without preconditions and diplomatic efforts being undertaken first."
Nunyor Business

Saint Albans, WV

#26 Oct 15, 2008
here kelly kelly kelly, i mean kitty kitty kitty
Vote Lightner
Cammandeered wrote:
POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: Friday Oct. 3rd, 2008
From CNN's Shannan Butler
A national poll of people who watched the vice presidential debate Thursday night suggests that Democratic Sen. Joe Biden won, but also says Republican Gov. Sarah Palin exceeded expectations.
Washington Post: Palin Delivers, But Doubts Linger
Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin spent much of the past two weeks on the defensive, hounded by critics over halting performances in television interviews and questioned even by conservative writers doubtful about whether she is ready to be vice president.
CNN: Biden puts McCain, not Palin, in cross hairs
Sen. Joe Biden was debating Gov. Sarah Palin on Thursday night, but the Democratic vice presidential candidate known for attack-dog instincts saved his bites for Sen. John McCain.
October 2, 2008
Clinton weighs in
Posted: 11:10 PM ET
Senator Hillary Clinton issued a statement praising Biden's performance.
(CNN)— Hillary Clinton issued a statement shortly after the debate praising Joe Biden's performance:
“Tonight's debate underscored the stark choice American families face in this election," she said.“I've known Senator Biden a long time – as Americans saw tonight, he is a strong, passionate and experienced leader. Like Barack Obama, Joe Biden understands both the economic stresses here at home and the strategic challenges in Iraq, Afghanistan, and around the world.
“We saw yet again that Senator McCain and Sarah Palin will offer only more of the same failed policies of the Bush Administration. America's hardworking Middle Class families deserve better.”
Filed under: Hillary Clinton • Vice presidential debate
Permalink
Watch:'The most important election,' Biden says
Fifty-one percent of those polled thought Biden did the best job in Thursday night's debate, while 36 percent thought Palin did the best job.
But respondents said the folksy Palin was more likable, scoring 54 percent to Biden's 36 percent.
Watch:'We will fight for America,' Palin says
Both candidates exceeded expectations — 84 percent of the people polled said Palin did a better job than they expected, while 64 percent said Biden also exceeded expectations.
But on the question of the candidates' qualifications to assume the presidency, 87 percent of the people polled said Biden is qualified while only 42 percent said Palin is qualified.
Biden's running mate, Sen. Barack Obama, was also selected as a winner in a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation about the presidential debate last week.
Filed under: Vice presidential debate
Permalink
Biden shows experience, Palin pushes 'maverick' record
Posted: 11:05 PM ET
Sen. Joe Biden and Gov. Sarah Palin start their debate with a discussion of the economy.
(CNN)– Sen. Joe Biden gave a knowledgeable but restrained performance in Thursday night's debate, while Gov. Sarah Palin sought to show that her accomplishments as governor and mayor prove she is qualified to be vice president.
Biden slammed John McCain, saying that "he has been no maverick on the issues that matter to people lives," but his only challenge to Palin was asking her to articulate a policy on the Iraq war.
Palin pushed her "track record of reform" and said she and McCain are a " team of mavericks."
"We're known for putting partisan politics aside to just get the job done," she said.
Palin tried to paint Barack Obama as "dangerous" for being open to meeting with rogue leaders without preconditions.
"An issue like that taken up by a presidential candidate goes beyond naivete and goes beyond poor judgment," Palin said.
"A statement that he made like that is downright dangerous because leaders like [Iranian President Mahmoud] Ahmadinejad, who would seek to acquire nuclear weapons and wipe off the face of the earth an ally like we have in Israel should not be met with without preconditions and diplomatic efforts being undertaken first."
Might wanna fix it

Waynesboro, VA

#27 Oct 17, 2008
Well Kelley...
I do apologize about what’s happening!
However, you really should come out of
The shell! There are people who think
You’re really special. They don’t care
What’s going on with Charlie, they
Care about what’s going on with you.
I only hope how soon you figure out
how to release things!
We want you back as a part of
our lives, our community.
Not a distant memory!
I hope wish you well! I know it’s been
Difficult…
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Might wanna fix it

Waynesboro, VA

#29 Oct 17, 2008
By the way guys, Her name is spelled Kelley
not Kelly... "Might wanna fix it"!

Since I am posting again, I have no idea what sadistic twisted pleasure you guys derive out of making things harder for her but it’s a bit ridiculous! She is an amazing person, or at least she was before this all broke out! Since, there really hasn’t been anyone who has been able to spend any time with her. But that’s simply because of people like you that act like she and Charlie are outlaws! Charlie is a damn good person he had done a tremendous amount for the community and the people. You couldn’t ask to find a better citizen. I am very disturbed you all take such pleasure on making them out to be some kind of odd and strange people! They aren’t! I just hope how soon you folks in Hinton grow-up and come advance, civilized people don’t act this way! They both helped me overcome the biggest challenge of my life. Then this broke out! BAD NEWS was screamed by others, and then the community began acting like they were horrible people! Come on guys, people make mistakes. He didn’t kill anyone! He was caught up in the moment, everyone around him had their hand in the cookie jar and in a way he was forced to do it! Yea you may say he could have said no but you put yourself in the situation! My opinion they are both wonderful, bright people. They should be left alone and not harassed by simpletons such as you curious idiots! In my opinion, figure out your own lives before judging others! How would you all feel if you were put in this position! I hope each and every one off you has the opportunity to know how it feels… It’s not fun
When

United States

#30 Oct 17, 2008
When do they sentence Kelley Kirks husband?
haha

United States

#31 Oct 17, 2008
Today
sad

Conroe, TX

#32 Oct 17, 2008
9 months 75000 fine
Tell Proctor

Saint Albans, WV

#33 Oct 17, 2008
Someone needs to tell her Daddy so he can spread the news all over Kirk's Restaurant. He should have learned not to throw rocks in his glass house.
haha

United States

#34 Oct 17, 2008
when does he start serving his sentance, he hasn't been booked yet?
Might wanna fix it

Waynesboro, VA

#35 Oct 17, 2008
ENOUGH!! Talk about someone else!
Na No Can Do

Saint Albans, WV

#36 Oct 17, 2008
Here's the thing, her Daddy, Jerry P. "Procter" Kirk, sits over there at Kirk's all day long downing everyone else's children. He needs a good long dose of everyone else talking about his dirty family laundry just to see how painful it really is. It's not enough until he learns how to shut up his own mouth. So does anyone know when the convict starts serving his time?
Back at u

Amarillo, TX

#37 Oct 18, 2008
30-45 days must report to federal pin. Did anyone read the paper in Beckley and Charleston?
sad for kelly

Arcata, CA

#38 Oct 20, 2008
yes its sad for kelly but not proctor. he has talked about families in hinton when he had plenty to talk about in his own family.ive walked off from him in kirks rest. when was degrading other people. ive had to get up and not finish my meal. he would come to our table to run his mouth. proctor will this shut your MOUTH, and will you stop talking about other people.
proctor given any INFO

Arcata, CA

#39 Oct 21, 2008
has proctor given any information about kellys husband(his daughter husband)is proctor going to loan money for the fine?
why

Beckley, WV

#40 Oct 21, 2008
Why would you or anyone else on here need to know that?
proctor the bad mouth

Arcata, CA

#41 Oct 21, 2008
proctor downs every one.. we were eating in there and he came to our table talking about people. we didnt appreciate it.. we just left.
likeitis

United States

#42 Oct 21, 2008
proctor the bad mouth wrote:
proctor downs every one.. we were eating in there and he came to our table talking about people. we didnt appreciate it.. we just left.
Hey, Tyler TX, diarrhea of the mouth. You badmouth Proctor and all I see is crap coming out of yours. Look in the mirror.
proctor and kelly

Arcata, CA

#43 Oct 22, 2008
really now wrote:
<quoted text>It is no longer hush-hush thanks to Hinton Topix. And you are so right. It doesn't pay to act so self-righteous and better than others.
we all agree wiyh tis quote. if this went on with her husband, what else happened? is the investigation still going on?
Watever

Saint Albans, WV

#44 Oct 22, 2008
likeitis wrote:
<quoted text>Hey, Tyler TX, diarrhea of the mouth. You badmouth Proctor and all I see is crap coming out of yours. Look in the mirror.
watever. I still like DQ hot dogs best.

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