Should alcohol be sold in Rosepine ?
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Since: Sep 10

Jonesboro, AR

#21 Sep 17, 2010
same person lol same IP address

Since: Sep 10

Jonesboro, AR

#22 Sep 17, 2010
David Jones.. Question Reply Answer under different names .. but idiot you have the same IP addresses.. you can mask it just so long
be accountable

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#24 Sep 17, 2010
Been Here wrote:
David Jones.. Question Reply Answer under different names .. but idiot you have the same IP addresses.. you can mask it just so long
Centennial wireless internet service is available to the public.Centennial is in Indiana. So WHO are you? People who critize religion and GOD have a distorted view of RIGHT and WRONG. Who are you? You answered question with my name-Are you still ashamed of who YOU are ?

Since: Sep 10

Anonymous Proxy

#27 Sep 17, 2010
Well I hope Everyone read what I Wrote .. I never said anything negative about peoples religion or God. Mechanic with the PH.D that likes flashing his Sign and putting down the town. This topic was about Alcohol be sold in the town of Rosepine (Which I am For). But James David Jones has a twisted way of campaigning for Votes.. Anyone who thinks he is Qualified for Police Chief of the Town of Rosepine is twisted as he is.. Which There are a number of techniques used in negative campaigning. Among the most effective is running advertisements attacking an opponent's personality, record, or opinion. There are two main types of ads used in negative campaigning: attack and contrast.
Attack ads focus exclusively on the negative aspects of the opponent. There is no positive content in an attack ad, whether it is about the candidate or the opponent. Attack ads usually identify the risks associated with the opponent, often exploiting people’s fears to manipulate and lower the impression voters have of the opponent. Because attack ads have no positive content, they have the potential to be more influential than contrast ads in shaping voters’ views of the sponsoring candidate’s opponent
Unlike attack ads, contrast ads contain information about both the candidate and the opponent. The information about the candidate is positive, while the information about the opponent is negative. Contrast ads compare and contrast the candidate with the opponent, juxtaposing the positive information about the candidate with the negative information of the opponent. Because contrast ads must contain positive information, contrast ads are seen as less damaging to the political process than attack ads.
Jones is the Right Man for Office.. NOT!
be accountable

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#28 Sep 17, 2010
Been Here wrote:
ok what ever.. i am from the UK if you go by my location listed .
yep and still ashamed of who you are.

Since: Sep 10

Jonesboro, AR

#29 Sep 17, 2010
I am from Da Pine. Doesnt matter who I am for but for what I stand for. Mudslingin campaignin isnt the way to go.. Have you done any campaining or put out signs.. or just causing drama on these forums and your crazy azz flashing light :P Love ya man... :P
be all u can be

United States

#30 Sep 23, 2010
Been Here wrote:
Well I hope Everyone read what I Wrote .. I never said anything negative about peoples religion or God. Mechanic with the PH.D that likes flashing his Sign and putting down the town. This topic was about Alcohol be sold in the town of Rosepine (Which I am For). But James David Jones has a twisted way of campaigning for Votes.. Anyone who thinks he is Qualified for Police Chief of the Town of Rosepine is twisted as he is.. Which There are a number of techniques used in negative campaigning. Among the most effective is running advertisements attacking an opponent's personality, record, or opinion. There are two main types of ads used in negative campaigning: attack and contrast.
Attack ads focus exclusively on the negative aspects of the opponent. There is no positive content in an attack ad, whether it is about the candidate or the opponent. Attack ads usually identify the risks associated with the opponent, often exploiting people’s fears to manipulate and lower the impression voters have of the opponent. Because attack ads have no positive content, they have the potential to be more influential than contrast ads in shaping voters’ views of the sponsoring candidate’s opponent
Unlike attack ads, contrast ads contain information about both the candidate and the opponent. The information about the candidate is positive, while the information about the opponent is negative. Contrast ads compare and contrast the candidate with the opponent, juxtaposing the positive information about the candidate with the negative information of the opponent. Because contrast ads must contain positive information, contrast ads are seen as less damaging to the political process than attack ads.
Jones is the Right Man for Office.. NOT!
Why didn't you run for something? You seem to be so full of knowledge- with all of that you should be able to do the supernatural. It is what it is regardless of our opinions.Are you still ashamed of who u are? By the way, Dennis Parrott stated in the BDN paper that he worked for the McKees for 32 years-that should have a sight to see -Dennis doing all that in diapers. A store clerk turned budget over-running small town police chief-that one for the books.I did notice the Chief campaigning for a change-Why's that? Why hasn't he bragging on his ability to stay within the budget allocated to him?$ 75,000 is lot of gadgets and waste.( www.lla.state.la.us )- visit that website -Rosepine -if want the facts on spending.
Been Here

Jonesboro, AR

#31 Sep 23, 2010
No Thank you.. I work for the state.. Enough Politics there :P
right

Henderson, TX

#32 Sep 24, 2010
How far does a person have to drive from Rosepine (in any direction) to buy alcohol? If a person wants to buy beer, he is going to buy beer. As soon as he gets his 30 pack, he is going to pop the top. It doesn't matter if he is in Leesville, Rosepine, or DeRidder. Do you not have drunk drivers in Rosepine? Or family violence? Get real! The sale of alcohol isn't the problem. Drunks are the problem. And drinkers are going to buy it and bring it home. I imagine there are a lot of "good" people in Rosepine who do not want everyone to see them buy a 6 pack. If you don't want alcohol sales, just say, "I don't want alcohol to be sold in Rosepine". Cut the crap about the sale of alcohol in Rosepine being the cause of drunk driving and family violence; you know that's going to happen whether they buy it in Rosepine or drive to Shreveport for it. At least be honest.
Enquirer for Rosepine

Jonesboro, AR

#33 Sep 27, 2010
In my opinion it is not a wise choice for the Town not to sell any alcohol. The lost tax revenue is slipping through their fingers. Also many businesses would not move here due to no alcohol sales (i.e. restaurants). Alcohol is one of the highest profit margin items in a restaurant. The town is only hurting themselves by not selling alcohol. And to all drinking a single beer is not a sin. Jesus drank wine. Jesus first miracle was at the wedding at Cana. Read John Chapter 2.
Lawl

United States

#34 Sep 28, 2010
Be all u can be wrote:
<quoted text>I don't drink alcohol beverages but respect other's right to do so. Jones's sign is his right - your foul language here online is evidence of what is on your mind.Identify yourself -unless you are ashamed of yourself(and you should be),Jones is proud of his stance on his views.After you come out of the closet,go to school and learn to SPELL correctly.Have a great day.
You might wanna skim through his textbooks a bit yourself. Way to call someone out for spelling and grammatical errors when you're doing nothing but calling the kettle black.
Be all u can be

United States

#35 Sep 28, 2010
Lawl wrote:
<quoted text>
You might wanna skim through his textbooks a bit yourself. Way to call someone out for spelling and grammatical errors when you're doing nothing but calling the kettle black.
Thank you for the constructive criticism-I need all the help I can get.I noticed your post has nothing to do with the subject matter.Should alcohol be sold in Rosepine ? Thank you.
Be all u can be

United States

#36 Sep 28, 2010
Enquirer for Rosepine wrote:
In my opinion it is not a wise choice for the Town not to sell any alcohol. The lost tax revenue is slipping through their fingers. Also many businesses would not move here due to no alcohol sales (i.e. restaurants). Alcohol is one of the highest profit margin items in a restaurant. The town is only hurting themselves by not selling alcohol. And to all drinking a single beer is not a sin. Jesus drank wine. Jesus first miracle was at the wedding at Cana. Read John Chapter 2.
Yes but Jesus didn't have the need for a designated driver because he didn't get drunk.Do you realize that nowhere in the Bible is there mention of Jesus laughing ? There was a scripture that said Jesus wept-------
Lawl

Leesville, LA

#37 Sep 29, 2010
Be all u can be wrote:
<quoted text>Thank you for the constructive criticism-I need all the help I can get.I noticed your post has nothing to do with the subject matter.Should alcohol be sold in Rosepine ? Thank you.
Moot point for me. I don't live within city limits and I wouldn't buy it from Rosepine even if they did. The money wouldn't be well spent, and it would probably raise the crime rate, giving them a reason to expand the police budget. I'm sure that would thrill them.

As I said, moot point.

Oh, and you mad? Lol you mad.
Been Here

Jonesboro, AR

#38 Sep 29, 2010
The odds of Alcohol being sold in rosepine is like David Jones winning the Police Chief Election or the Mayor Retaining his job.. Very Rare Chances.. For this reason Town full of people carrying a bible in one hand and beer/cigarette in the other.. and again for the ECONOMY/Progression of the City.. Alcohol should be sold in the town limits.
Be all u can be

United States

#39 Sep 29, 2010
Been Here wrote:
The odds of Alcohol being sold in rosepine is like David Jones winning the Police Chief Election or the Mayor Retaining his job.. Very Rare Chances.. For this reason Town full of people carrying a bible in one hand and beer/cigarette in the other.. and again for the ECONOMY/Progression of the City.. Alcohol should be sold in the town limits.
You may have Been Here but not all there. What do you think Treadwell plans to do with that building (across from the new Town Hall)where he has a sign with Peckerwood Parrott's name on it? He told me a while ago that he wants to put a drive-thru liquor store there. He has Peckerwood Parrott's ok on it.
Been Here

Jonesboro, AR

#40 Oct 1, 2010
Been Here wrote:
The odds of Alcohol being sold in rosepine is like David Jones winning the Police Chief Election or the Mayor Retaining his job.. Very Rare Chances.. For this reason Town full of people carrying a bible in one hand and beer/cigarette in the other.. and again for the ECONOMY/Progression of the City.. Alcohol should be sold in the town limits.
did I upset the retarded mechanic.. That will be turn in to the IRS because during this election you have shown what kind of person you really are.. you are someone who isnt loyal to anything but yourself.. you have no back bone.. you dont go out and campaign and let people see your ideals if you are elected police chief, then you cry when something doesnt go right. This town should be treated like one of you children.. do you Make fun of your children when they come home from school with a bad grade or bad conduct.. probably not.. you help them with their school work or talk to them about their behavior (Meaning We as Rosepine Citzens are a family we help each other grow and progress and reach out to others who are in need)... do the town a favor cut your damn light off at night.. or better move .. you have made enough enemies so shut up and move on.. good luck next time.:P ..
Be Accountable

United States

#41 Oct 1, 2010
Been Here wrote:
<quoted text> did I upset the retarded mechanic.. That will be turn in to the IRS because during this election you have shown what kind of person you really are.. you are someone who isnt loyal to anything but yourself.. you have no back bone.. you dont go out and campaign and let people see your ideals if you are elected police chief, then you cry when something doesnt go right. This town should be treated like one of you children.. do you Make fun of your children when they come home from school with a bad grade or bad conduct.. probably not.. you help them with their school work or talk to them about their behavior (Meaning We as Rosepine Citzens are a family we help each other grow and progress and reach out to others who are in need)... do the town a favor cut your damn light off at night.. or better move .. you have made enough enemies so shut up and move on.. good luck next time.:P ..
Ha Ha - what a joke -
Michael

Jonesboro, AR

#42 Oct 1, 2010
Been Here,
Odds on Ward retaining the Mayor's job are 50/50, even odds. It's a two person race.
It has nothing to do with the sale of alcohol. That is not an issue in the campaign. Neither candidate has made it part of their platform. Yes, the tax revenue could benefit the Town. Yes, alcohol enters Town limits and is consumed here. Yes, we have DUIs. Yes, I will not vote for the sale of it within Town limits. Eventually the issue may appear on a ballot to be voted upon. Until then and as for tomorrow's elections, it is also a moot point.

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