Sign this petition!!!!

Since: Nov 11

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#22 May 27, 2012
whatever wrote:
you dumb asses keep voting my opinion as nuts, you don't even read. I'm not even suggesting that we keep it a dry county, I'm saying that just serving it in restaurants is of no benefit... it hasn't helped the city of leitchfield which only serves it in the restaurants. Where are the big name restaurants and growth? They have over 7,000 people.. morgantown has what? 2,000? You people who thing this is a solution...get you your check book out and build a big name restaurant in m-town and go bankrupt. What? don't want to spend your own money?
I am with ya liquor stores is what needs to happen
Sue

Bowling Green, KY

#23 May 28, 2012
whatever wrote:
you dumb asses keep voting my opinion as nuts, you don't even read. I'm not even suggesting that we keep it a dry county, I'm saying that just serving it in restaurants is of no benefit... it hasn't helped the city of leitchfield which only serves it in the restaurants. Where are the big name restaurants and growth? They have over 7,000 people.. morgantown has what? 2,000? You people who thing this is a solution...get you your check book out and build a big name restaurant in m-town and go bankrupt. What? don't want to spend your own money?
GOD,forgive the stupid person,for he knows not shix about nothing.aman or awoman.
fact

Bowling Green, KY

#24 May 28, 2012
liquor stores would increase alcohol related crimes and with the sheriff department about to take over city police this is a very bad idea

Since: Nov 11

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#25 May 28, 2012
fact wrote:
liquor stores would increase alcohol related crimes and with the sheriff department about to take over city police this is a very bad idea
Crime rates plummeted in Arab, al after liquor stores opened.
jackie

United States

#26 May 28, 2012
DontBeHatingMe wrote:
<quoted text>Crime rates plummeted in Arab, al after liquor stores opened.
Arab, Alabama
jackie

United States

#27 May 28, 2012
fact wrote:
liquor stores would increase alcohol related crimes and with the sheriff department about to take over city police this is a very bad idea
not a fact
Bean counter

Bowling Green, KY

#28 May 29, 2012
whatever wrote:
you dumb asses keep voting my opinion as nuts, you don't even read. I'm not even suggesting that we keep it a dry county, I'm saying that just serving it in restaurants is of no benefit... it hasn't helped the city of leitchfield which only serves it in the restaurants. Where are the big name restaurants and growth? They have over 7,000 people.. morgantown has what? 2,000? You people who thing this is a solution...get you your check book out and build a big name restaurant in m-town and go bankrupt. What? don't want to spend your own money?
Churches would make more money,more taxes collected,more funds from drunk stuff happening and as for as how many drunk driving wrecks that is just the price of growing a city.
a wreck or two a month will be worth all the extra money it bring in to the city people.that is what it is all about in any city.NOW VOTE YES SO WE CITY PEOPLE CAN MAKE SOME MONEY FINELY.
THANK YOU FOR READING.
jackie

Allenhurst, NJ

#29 May 29, 2012
Bean counter wrote:
<quoted text>Churches would make more money,more taxes collected,more funds from drunk stuff happening and as for as how many drunk driving wrecks that is just the price of growing a city.
a wreck or two a month will be worth all the extra money it bring in to the city people.that is what it is all about in any city.NOW VOTE YES SO WE CITY PEOPLE CAN MAKE SOME MONEY FINELY.
THANK YOU FOR READING.
it's a fact the farther you drive for booze the more driving accidents. So sell it here and reduce the accidents.
OLD STINKER

Franklin, KY

#30 Jun 6, 2012
jackie wrote:
<quoted text>
it's a fact the farther you drive for booze the more driving accidents. So sell it here and reduce the accidents.
Yes a friend of mine drove to bowing green 3 times a week ago.every time he started back he would drink all the booze he bought and had to go back and get more.what if butler co had all the gas and the booze money he bought that day.
jackie

United States

#31 Jun 6, 2012
OLD STINKER wrote:
<quoted text>Yes a friend of mine drove to bowing green 3 times a week ago.every time he started back he would drink all the booze he bought and had to go back and get more.what if butler co had all the gas and the booze money he bought that day.
yes sir!
Bean counter

Franklin, KY

#32 Jun 8, 2012
Katie wrote:
Do you realize that if Butler County goes wet, there will be more DUI's, alcoholics, and alcohol related car accidents? Think of other people before you load up and drink. God Bless You!:)
Do you realize that if Butler County goes wet...who cares about that,the churches will get there cut don't worry about it.

alcohol related car accidents?..after about 2-3 years people will learn drunk and the ones who don't they say will learn how to avoid the drunks.

and to the ones who say there is no money it the booze business,go to bowling green and try to stop the sell of booze and they would horse whip you and then run you out of town and that would just be the churches,the money maker off of booze would kill you.((IT CALLED A WAY OF LIFE,GET USED TO IT OR JUST DRY UP LIKE YOU ARE ALREADY....

AND AS FOR AS THE CHURCH GOING PEOPLE WHO WORRY ABOUT THE DUI's RUNNING YOU DOWN,HELL YOU HAVE BEEN PLANING YOU WHOLE LIFE TO GET TO HEAVEN,LET GOD HAVE HIS WAY WITH YOU...

NOW THINK ABOUT IT,A NICE SUNNY MORN AND YOU ARE DRIVING TO CHURCH AND ZAP A DRUNK COMES OUT OF NOWHERE AND WIPES YOUR BUTT OUT,IN A FLASH YOUR BUTT IS IN HEAVEN LIVING LIKE YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR ALL YOUR LIFE,((STOP AND THINK A DRUNK THE NEXT TIME YOU SEE ONE))..HE COULD BE THE PERSON WHO GOT YOU IN HEAVEN????

NOW STOP TRYING TO CHANGE GOD'S PLAN,I'M SURE GOD HAD SOMETHING TO DO WITH THAT DRUNK WHO T BONED YOUR BUTT THAT NICE SUNNY DAY.

BESIDES WHO EVER HEARD OF SOMEONE JUST DRIVING TO CHURCH AND THE NEXT THINK HE WAS IN HEAVEN??
THE DRUNK DRIVER WILL MAKE A LOT BETTER STORY.

YOU PEOPLE CAN'T HAVE IT BOTH WAYS??
stop driving to BG

Montclair, NJ

#33 Jun 9, 2012
Did it pass? Crossing my fingers!
Dick Hurts

Rochester, KY

#34 Jun 11, 2012
stop driving to BG wrote:
Did it pass? Crossing my fingers!
it passed the first time,Sept 1st hard licquary will be served at the farm boy and the Mexican rest.
tell me

United States

#35 Jun 12, 2012
It still has to go to public vote in Nov, doesn't it?
Jay

Morgantown, KY

#36 Jun 19, 2012
It didn't pass. Look at beechtreenews.com
Tyler

Elizabethtown, KY

#37 Jun 19, 2012
I hope these cotizens remember this at election time fields dnt want it so he shot it down
jack

Bowling Green, KY

#38 Jun 19, 2012
I can't believe they didn't follow the rules. The should have known if they screwed up on the slightest technicality then they would void the whole thing.
la la

Morgantown, KY

#39 Jun 19, 2012
It doesn't matter what the people of the county want. All of our elected officials are supposed to work for the county and city,and try to make it better but yet no one except the ones who live inside city limits has any say as to what happens here. Which is why we have nothing.
la la

Morgantown, KY

#40 Jun 19, 2012
But yet they were sure to vote themselves a pay raise.
yeah

Nashville, TN

#41 Jun 20, 2012
Being wet and moist are two diffrent things. Drinking in public places where one can't take the drink home encourages drinking and driving. And no one should be critized for an opion on alchool. Most peoole who are supporting this movement are simply late 20s early 30s boys who have a lot of growing up left to do.

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