young dalton wanting to be councilman
Vote Show the Click

Columbia, TN

#84 Mar 16, 2013
Good wrote:
Y'all are afraid of a Farrar/Dalton Downtown New World Order? Look out, the poor and disfranchised are actually registering to vote (the non-felons that is!) And by the looks of it, there is a pretty good amount of support.
See their signs all over Lewisburg but not in the clicks yards! Are they Gaining support more and more, hearing people are tired of the cover ups?

naw

Murfreesboro, TN

#85 Mar 16, 2013
JDS wrote:
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I agree that Dalton is the worst candidate that I can ever remember running for a public office in Lewisburg. Yes, he could teach our children how to cuss in public, get the police called on you by a preacher, get thrown out of a public meeting by the Chief of Police, and how not to be patriotic, and be an atheist. These are not the qualities that I want in the young or old here in Lewisburg or anywhere else. Bob why don't you just stop the insanity in your lone support for Dalton and Farrar. When the Columbia (IP) comes up we all know it is you. Both are the joke of the town alone with Bob.
It's funny because all those things you listed sound freaking awesome to me.
naw

Murfreesboro, TN

#86 Mar 16, 2013
Christians wrote:
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So you as a possible Christian would vote for someone who is a self proclaimed atheist? I bet most people in your church would not! Christians whether they lie(which is a sin) can be forgiven but a man that does not believe could care less because he doesn't believe there is a higher power that he will have to answer to one day. You also would want to elect a man that you KNOW you will have to keep an eye on even more than anyone else. America was formed by Christians for a Christian nation. It is on our supreme court buildings in Washington and in our state capitals. Congress always opens with a prayer and the president and all cabinet members take a oath on a Bible and swear to the God. So none of this nonsense about separation of Church and State. We were formed as a Christian Nation and when we no longer consider ourselves a Christian Nation then this county will fall. Seems as if we are headed in that direction now. Lewisburg will be the laughing stock of Middle Tennessee if Dalton is elected. T.V. stations will be alerted that he is a atheist and anarchist if he is elected. You can bet on that if I have to call them myself!!!!!!!
This is all lies. Horrible, saddening lies. The day this country falls, it'll be because of your lot, not the atheists. Shame on you! Wretched, foolish coward! Shame!
hmmm

Columbia, TN

#87 Mar 17, 2013
Vote for Change wrote:
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Sure is that what is wrong now those public officials now seem to be not keeping an eye on each other or any department managers if so, would you not think the over charges for 6-7 years or may be even more would have ever happened?
A vote for Dalton would be a vote against the click! A vote for Dalton would be a vote for change! A vote for Dalton would be a vote for the people's Rights! A vote for Dalton would be like voting for the forefathers of America!
4 years is long enough for any local public officials to hold public office!
a vote for Dalton would be like voting for the devil....
Vote For Dalton

Columbia, TN

#88 Mar 17, 2013
hmmm wrote:
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a vote for Dalton would be like voting for the devil....
Who said the man don't believe in God just because if he don't stand with the hypocrites at city council meeting prayer?
I believe in God and sure am not going to stand with a bunch of hypocrites at those City Council Meetings in public prayer any more!
I will just go into my closet and pray for those hypocrites, like Jesus Teaching on Prayer Says Do!

Would a vote for Dalton be like a vote against the Moneychangers?

Matthew 21
The Cleansing of the Temple
12 And Jesus went into the temple of God, and cast out all them that sold and bought in the temple, and overthrew the tables of the moneychangers, and the seats of them that sold doves, 13 And said unto them, It is written, My house shall be called the house of prayer; but ye have made it a den of thieves.

Wonder if Abraham could find 12 good honest Top public officials in Lewisburg County ready to die at once and go to Heaven, if those really though about it?




hmmm

Columbia, TN

#89 Mar 17, 2013
Vote For Dalton wrote:
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Who said the man don't believe in God just because if he don't stand with the hypocrites at city council meeting prayer?
I believe in God and sure am not going to stand with a bunch of hypocrites at those City Council Meetings in public prayer any more!
I will just go into my closet and pray for those hypocrites, like Jesus Teaching on Prayer Says Do!
Would a vote for Dalton be like a vote against the Moneychangers?
Matthew 21
The Cleansing of the Temple
12 And Jesus went into the temple of God, and cast out all them that sold and bought in the temple, and overthrew the tables of the moneychangers, and the seats of them that sold doves, 13 And said unto them, It is written, My house shall be called the house of prayer; but ye have made it a den of thieves.
Wonder if Abraham could find 12 good honest Top public officials in Lewisburg County ready to die at once and go to Heaven, if those really though about it?
you sound like a damn FOOL....
simple

Lewisburg, TN

#90 Mar 17, 2013
Vote For Dalton wrote:
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Who said the man don't believe in God just because if he don't stand with the hypocrites at city council meeting prayer?
I believe in God and sure am not going to stand with a bunch of hypocrites at those City Council Meetings in public prayer any more!
I will just go into my closet and pray for those hypocrites, like Jesus Teaching on Prayer Says Do!
Would a vote for Dalton be like a vote against the Moneychangers?
Matthew 21
The Cleansing of the Temple
12 And Jesus went into the temple of God, and cast out all them that sold and bought in the temple, and overthrew the tables of the moneychangers, and the seats of them that sold doves, 13 And said unto them, It is written, My house shall be called the house of prayer; but ye have made it a den of thieves.
Wonder if Abraham could find 12 good honest Top public officials in Lewisburg County ready to die at once and go to Heaven, if those really though about it?
Have you ever been to his barber shop and listen to him talk. He will tell you it is true. Ask anyone that has spent any time around him and they will tell you. Cusses like the devil also. A man that will not stand for prayer and pledge of allegiance is not the man I want to represent me in any form of government.
How About This

Columbia, TN

#91 Mar 17, 2013
simple wrote:
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Have you ever been to his barber shop and listen to him talk. He will tell you it is true. Ask anyone that has spent any time around him and they will tell you. Cusses like the devil also. A man that will not stand for prayer and pledge of allegiance is not the man I want to represent me in any form of government.
Instead of Praying in Public before the City Council Meetings some might say is against Jesus Teachings on Prayer!
And everyone that believes in God knows, He Knows All and sees all!

Why not have all those at the city council meeting stand and swear them all in, like a swearing in ceremonial the court holds selecting the jury!
For them all
To swear to tell the truth the whole truth
Nothing but the truth
So help them God?
Now could we all stand for that?
That might make some so called Christians; think twice before if any told any plain plank lies?

Would that make the people think and be much better and please the Lord!

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#92 Mar 17, 2013
How About This wrote:
<quoted text>Instead of Praying in Public before the City Council Meetings some might say is against Jesus Teachings on Prayer!
And everyone that believes in God knows, He Knows All and sees all!

Why not have all those at the city council meeting stand and swear them all in, like a swearing in ceremonial the court holds selecting the jury!
For them all
To swear to tell the truth the whole truth
Nothing but the truth
So help them God?
Now could we all stand for that?
That might make some so called Christians; think twice before if any told any plain plank lies?

Would that make the people think and be much better and please the Lord!
What about they have a moment of silence and stop insisting everyone respect only the Christian faith? It's not rocket science here.
Thanks For The Help Lady

Columbia, TN

#93 Mar 17, 2013
Really Sassy wrote:
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What about they have a moment of silence and stop insisting everyone respect only the Christian faith? It's not rocket science here.
You seem so nice and very Smart!
You should be the Mayor or over the school system, maybe even President!

Thanks for the help!
I agree!
Is a moment of silence, called Separation of Church and State then could we might all pledge allegiance to the flag, once the constitution is obeyed?
naw

Murfreesboro, TN

#94 Mar 17, 2013
simple wrote:
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Have you ever been to his barber shop and listen to him talk. He will tell you it is true. Ask anyone that has spent any time around him and they will tell you. Cusses like the devil also. A man that will not stand for prayer and pledge of allegiance is not the man I want to represent me in any form of government.
If you're so high and mighty, what were you doing in his shop? Why expose your precious Christian ears to such foulness? Of course, you didn't let him cut your hair, right? A real Christian wouldn't desecrate himself by allowing a non-believer to touch him.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#95 Mar 17, 2013
Thanks For The Help Lady wrote:
<quoted text>You seem so nice and very Smart!
You should be the Mayor or over the school system, maybe even President!

Thanks for the help!
I agree!
Is a moment of silence, called Separation of Church and State then could we might all pledge allegiance to the flag, once the constitution is obeyed?
I agree. If anyone has an issue with the US flag then perhaps they should seek out citizenship in another country.
simple

Lewisburg, TN

#96 Mar 17, 2013
naw wrote:
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If you're so high and mighty, what were you doing in his shop? Why expose your precious Christian ears to such foulness? Of course, you didn't let him cut your hair, right? A real Christian wouldn't desecrate himself by allowing a non-believer to touch him.
Exactly, that is why I and a lot more people have quit going there. Most all of the older people before I quit would only go to Blossom and not any of the Daltons. I quit going there about two years ago. Tired of hearing him cuss using the F and GD word all the time, berate all our leaders, anti-government, and anti-Christian. You must be him because you take up for him or you have never been around him.
Got a Question

Columbia, TN

#97 Mar 17, 2013
Really Sassy wrote:
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I agree. If anyone has an issue with the US flag then perhaps they should seek out citizenship in another country.
Got question?
Would those who sit and "remain silent" not joining in prayer or pledge to the flag?
Could those be more Christian and or American than those who all in the same breaths, breaks God’s, and the Constitutional Rules at the same time?

Don't you like swear to tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help you God better?
Would that not make most think before they lie, cheat or steal just in case they were asked?

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#98 Mar 17, 2013
Got a Question wrote:
<quoted text>Got question?
Would those who sit and "remain silent" not joining in prayer or pledge to the flag?
Could those be more Christian and or American than those who all in the same breaths, breaks God’s, and the Constitutional Rules at the same time?

Don't you like swear to tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help you God better?
Would that not make most think before they lie, cheat or steal just in case they were asked?
I'm not sure I understand your question. Our founding fathers build this country and the laws surrounding it on a Christian based faith. However, it was built with the freedom to express ones on beliefs however they choose. Those freedoms is what made America the most powerful nation in the world. Reference to God can be found in many things that we see today but choosing to believe in that God or any God has always been each persons choice. Just because this person doesn't agree with your religion doesn't make him a bad person or candidate. I don't know anything about him but if what's posted is true, cursing and being an atheist shouldn't matter. Refusing belief in his country does.
Got a Question

Columbia, TN

#99 Mar 17, 2013
Really Sassy wrote:
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I'm not sure I understand your question. Our founding fathers build this country and the laws surrounding it on a Christian based faith. However, it was built with the freedom to express ones on beliefs however they choose. Those freedoms is what made America the most powerful nation in the world. Reference to God can be found in many things that we see today but choosing to believe in that God or any God has always been each persons choice. Just because this person doesn't agree with your religion doesn't make him a bad person or candidate. I don't know anything about him but if what's posted is true, cursing and being an atheist shouldn't matter. Refusing belief in his country does.
No one's saying any are bad people just they like you say may not understand everyone's religion or reasoning for not standing in prayer or pledge to the flag.
Most everyone could stand pray and pledge to the flag but like the forefathers of this Nation, women sufferance, and War Between the States it took those willing to not join in as to demonstrate the wrongs others might disagree with in different ways?
As to being a Christian Nation some might question that if Christians marched the Indians on the trail of tears, took men, women and children from Africa and made those slaves, not allowed equal rights for women, if those were Christians values America was build on wonder what Christian Values Are?
This Nation was made great by those with values willing to demonstrate those values and not stand and be as sheep lead to slander or to hell doing what they know is wrong!

Who said pledging to the flag is refusing belief in this Country could in not be refusing belief in local public officials actions?
Would you stand with those public officials years ago who did not believe in women’s rights to vote?
So why stand with public officials if who you did not believe doesn’t represent what the constitution stands for?

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#100 Mar 17, 2013
Got a Question wrote:
<quoted text>No one's saying any are bad people just they like you say may not understand everyone's religion or reasoning for not standing in prayer or pledge to the flag.
Most everyone could stand pray and pledge to the flag but like the forefathers of this Nation, women sufferance, and War Between the States it took those willing to not join in as to demonstrate the wrongs others might disagree with in different ways?
As to being a Christian Nation some might question that if Christians marched the Indians on the trail of tears, took men, women and children from Africa and made those slaves, not allowed equal rights for women, if those were Christians values America was build on wonder what Christian Values Are?
This Nation was made great by those with values willing to demonstrate those values and not stand and be as sheep lead to slander or to hell doing what they know is wrong!

Who said pledging to the flag is refusing belief in this Country could in not be refusing belief in local public officials actions?
Would you stand with those public officials years ago who did not believe in women’s rights to vote?
So why stand with public officials if who you did not believe doesn’t represent what the constitution stands for?
I think maybe I'm understanding your question perhaps. Are you saying that this candidate is standing for what he believes in by not simply going along with prayer in meetings which would be the easy thing to do? If so I agree with you 100%. If he is not of the Christian faith he certainly is within his rights by not going along with those who are. Those forcing it down his throat however are a different story. They are infringing on his rights by doing so even though his tax dollars are what pays them as a public servant. Placing religious beliefs into government destroys equality.

One thought here. Slaves were originally brought into this country after having been purchased from their on country. Africa saw a need and sold its own people out of self greed. These are the kinds of things that can happen in a country where the people are dictated to. Was America wrong for those purchases? Yes they were and we have paid the price many times over but we must learn history correctly else we may relive it.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#101 Mar 17, 2013
Got a Question wrote:
<quoted text>No one's saying any are bad people just they like you say may not understand everyone's religion or reasoning for not standing in prayer or pledge to the flag.
Most everyone could stand pray and pledge to the flag but like the forefathers of this Nation, women sufferance, and War Between the States it took those willing to not join in as to demonstrate the wrongs others might disagree with in different ways?
As to being a Christian Nation some might question that if Christians marched the Indians on the trail of tears, took men, women and children from Africa and made those slaves, not allowed equal rights for women, if those were Christians values America was build on wonder what Christian Values Are?
This Nation was made great by those with values willing to demonstrate those values and not stand and be as sheep lead to slander or to hell doing what they know is wrong!

Who said pledging to the flag is refusing belief in this Country could in not be refusing belief in local public officials actions?
Would you stand with those public officials years ago who did not believe in women’s rights to vote?
So why stand with public officials if who you did not believe doesn’t represent what the constitution stands for?
I failed to touch on your reasoning for not honoring the flag or his country. Your excuse simply doesn't hold merit and I say that respectfully of course. Regardless of how one may feel about small town local government there just is no good excuse for not honoring your country and the symbol of that country. Millions of men and women have died to defend his rights as an American. There just isn't any excuse for not honoring them and their lives. I must disagree with you and even this candidate if that's is your/his stand against this country. I would NOT vote for him if that's is his belief.
Christians

Lewisburg, TN

#102 Mar 17, 2013
Really Sassy wrote:
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I'm not sure I understand your question. Our founding fathers build this country and the laws surrounding it on a Christian based faith. However, it was built with the freedom to express ones on beliefs however they choose. Those freedoms is what made America the most powerful nation in the world. Reference to God can be found in many things that we see today but choosing to believe in that God or any God has always been each persons choice. Just because this person doesn't agree with your religion doesn't make him a bad person or candidate. I don't know anything about him but if what's posted is true, cursing and being an atheist shouldn't matter. Refusing belief in his country does.
Really sassy, if you live in Lewiburg please drive Dalton's office on Second Avenue(his brother) just up from Martin's car lot and look at the large flag flying from his building. It is black/red. If you look it up it is the international sign and flag of an ANARCHIST. Look at the flag next door, an American flag that one of his renters had to get permission to fly in their yard because the Dalton's would not give him permission to fly it from their yard because they must not like the principles of our government. There flag has been stolen a couple of time and they replace it each time. Law enforcement and judges have been asked about the legality of a lawyer flying that flag but they say he has that right even though he is a lawyer making his living defending the indigent(which means we pay for it through state and court fees). While you are at it drive back to 3rd avenue across from Hardison School at look at Ty's house and YARD. To say the least it is a mess. Takes no pride in the way it looks just like his personal character.
Just Asking

Columbia, TN

#103 Mar 17, 2013
Really Sassy wrote:
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I failed to touch on your reasoning for not honoring the flag or his country. Your excuse simply doesn't hold merit and I say that respectfully of course. Regardless of how one may feel about small town local government there just is no good excuse for not honoring your country and the symbol of that country. Millions of men and women have died to defend his rights as an American. There just isn't any excuse for not honoring them and their lives. I must disagree with you and even this candidate if that's is your/his stand against this country. I would NOT vote for him if that's is his belief.
It is hard to express in writing to point I am trying to make!
Would you have stood and pledge to a flag with those who at one time believe women did not have the rights to vote?
So would you stand with those who don't seem to believe in the constitution, as Separation of Church and state? Not even the Bible as Jesus Teaching on Prayer?
Which should have nothing to do with disrespect to the flag itself or those who have died fighting for freedoms?
Could not standing for the pledge or pray also show the person disagrees with those standing as to their made up rules, and disregard for Jesus Teaching on prayer seems to them to not represent what the flag, bible and Constitution should represent?

Like women not standing with any who would not believe in equal rightas for all years ago?

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