Another Moreno mistake/lie revealed

Another Moreno mistake/lie revealed

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D Hase

Kingsland, GA

#1 May 11, 2013
Hey julian, remember when you made the big deal about the use of the word "councilor" when referring to a member of city council? You said the word should be councilman, councilwoman, or council person, but never councilor unless referring to an attorney.

Here is an article by a respected journalist, who uses the word "councilor" when referring to a member of city council.

http://boston.cbslocal.com/2013/05/09/mystery...

What say you, cuz?
Front GATE

Kingsland, GA

#2 May 11, 2013
He obviously did not say that. Only moron would make a comment like that and we all know that is not a moron.
Telling it like it is

Woodbine, GA

#3 May 11, 2013
PLEASE...Jay isn't going to admit he is wrong. He is too stupid. That fat bastard. I hope like hell I am on his "list". The stupid $hit head.
D Hase

Kingsland, GA

#4 May 11, 2013
I did notice that the writer spelled "councilor" incorrectly (councillor). I checked it in Word, and "councilor" is correct.
D Hase

Kingsland, GA

#5 May 11, 2013
I'm sure I am on his list for posting this. And I am his "cuz".
D Hase

Kingsland, GA

#6 May 11, 2013
Being a former English teacher, I know that "Councilor" is a perfectly acceptable and correct way to address a member of Council.

Fess up, Cuz. You were wrong again.

“Master o Public Administration”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#7 May 13, 2013
D Hase wrote:
Hey julian, remember when you made the big deal about the use of the word "councilor" when referring to a member of city council? You said the word should be councilman, councilwoman, or council person, but never councilor unless referring to an attorney.
Here is an article by a respected journalist, who uses the word "councilor" when referring to a member of city council.
http://boston.cbslocal.com/2013/05/09/mystery...
What say you, cuz?
I say read this then print it, soak it in habanero sauce, and stuff it up your arse.

Municipal [edit]



Old City Hall (Provincial Offences Court) at Night, Guelph, ON
Main article: Guelph City Council

The city is a single-tier municipality governed by a mayor-council system. The structure of the municipal government is stipulated by the Ontario Municipal Act of 2001. There are currently 12 councillors and a mayor, with 2 councillors representing each of the six wards.

The mayor and members of the city council serve four-year terms without term limits, with the next election in November 2014. Prior to the 2006 election, the mayor and city councillors served three-year terms.
Anon

Kingsland, GA

#8 May 13, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
<quoted text>
I say read this then print it, soak it in habanero sauce, and stuff it up your arse.
Municipal [edit]
Old City Hall (Provincial Offences Court) at Night, Guelph, ON
Main article: Guelph City Council
The city is a single-tier municipality governed by a mayor-council system. The structure of the municipal government is stipulated by the Ontario Municipal Act of 2001. There are currently 12 councillors and a mayor, with 2 councillors representing each of the six wards.
The mayor and members of the city council serve four-year terms without term limits, with the next election in November 2014. Prior to the 2006 election, the mayor and city councillors served three-year terms.
What in hell has quoting an article from a city in Canada got to do with the fact that you were wrong when you said that councilor was improper? YOU ARE STILL WRONG.
Bobby

Kingsland, GA

#9 May 13, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
<quoted text>
I say read this then print it, soak it in habanero sauce, and stuff it up your arse.
Municipal [edit]
Old City Hall (Provincial Offences Court) at Night, Guelph, ON
Main article: Guelph City Council
The city is a single-tier municipality governed by a mayor-council system. The structure of the municipal government is stipulated by the Ontario Municipal Act of 2001. There are currently 12 councillors and a mayor, with 2 councillors representing each of the six wards.
The mayor and members of the city council serve four-year terms without term limits, with the next election in November 2014. Prior to the 2006 election, the mayor and city councillors served three-year terms.
That's just great. But what is it's relevance to your mistake?
flip flop

Kingsland, GA

#10 May 14, 2013
Moreno is a mess and a complete failure. He knows it.

I mean, really, the pinnacle of a career being assistant manager of a Burger king? And then to use this experience to proclaim yourself to be the community culinary review expert?

Is this guy sick or what? Let's face it folks, he is not even qualified to judge a good hamburger.

Burger King, home if the world famous Misty on Moreno ass kicking.

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