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Mar 31, 2013
 
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Hardin County Water District #2, Hardin County Fiscal Court, Hardin County Health Dept., Lincoln Trail District Health Dept., Hardin Counties elected Politicians, and the Award Winning News Enterprise Newspaper-i.e. Ben Sheroan and Marty Finley have no idea how to approach a "PROPER" investigation into a B.R.A.C. S.C.A.N.D.A.L. involving Rineyville residents and LaVista Estates and 15 million$$ of State and Federal tax money and the Rineyville WasteWater Project/SCANDAL!
I know someone who does know how to investigate and bring out this B.A.C. S.C.A.N.D.A.L. for any non believers!
Hey Ben Sheroan(Editor of the award winning News Enterprise) and Marty Finley (Government Writer for the News Enterprise) Do you have the "Investigative-intestinal fortitude to check out claims for the record of a BRAC SCANDAL?

If you do then I can tell you about a public meeting being held at Ryans Steak House at 11:30 am on Mon. April 8th where you can ask the group organizer (Scottye Wheeling) of the Kentucky Public Retirees, Lincoln Trail Chapter--who also was the culpret of sub-standard septic systems approved for installation in LaVista Estates, Rineyville KY. which will be connected to this scandal exposure and melt-down when County Sewer Goes into R'ville.

Also Wheeling's gust speaker is none other than our State Senator Dennis Parrett-who will speak regarding the state retirement system and pending legislation.--you also know Senator Parrett sits on the Ky State Banking and Insurance Committee--you could ask our Senator about a BRAC SCANDAL exposure and the affects of corruption in the home construction industry impacting local area banks caught up in this SCANDAL--that is if you have the "Investigative Intestinal Fortitude"--Well do you?

Rember who all created this SCANDAL through their own corrupt ways of conducting governmental business and you will be on the right track to getting the story right at "EXPOSURE" time!
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Apr 2, 2013
 
ParrettWheelingBRACSCANDA wrote:
<quoted text>Hey Ben Sheroan(Editor of the award winning News Enterprise) and Marty Finley (Government Writer for the News Enterprise) Do you have the "Investigative-intestinal fortitude to check out claims for the record of a BRAC SCANDAL?
If you do then I can tell you about a public meeting being held at Ryans Steak House at 11:30 am on Mon. April 8th where you can ask the group organizer (Scottye Wheeling) of the Kentucky Public Retirees, Lincoln Trail Chapter--who also was the culpret of sub-standard septic systems approved for installation in LaVista Estates, Rineyville KY. which will be connected to this scandal exposure and melt-down when County Sewer Goes into R'ville.
Also Wheeling's gust speaker is none other than our State Senator Dennis Parrett-who will speak regarding the state retirement system and pending legislation.--you also know Senator Parrett sits on the Ky State Banking and Insurance Committee--you could ask our Senator about a BRAC SCANDAL exposure and the affects of corruption in the home construction industry impacting local area banks caught up in this SCANDAL--that is if you have the "Investigative Intestinal Fortitude"--Well do you?
Rember who all created this SCANDAL through their own corrupt ways of conducting governmental business and you will be on the right track to getting the story right at "EXPOSURE" time!
Any bank stock holders, look at what is being said in the First Federal Forum Elizabethtown Posts
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Apr 3, 2013
 
ParrettWheelingBRACSCANDA wrote:
<quoted text>Hey Ben Sheroan(Editor of the award winning News Enterprise) and Marty Finley (Government Writer for the News Enterprise) Do you have the "Investigative-intestinal fortitude to check out claims for the record of a BRAC SCANDAL?
If you do then I can tell you about a public meeting being held at Ryans Steak House at 11:30 am on Mon. April 8th where you can ask the group organizer (Scottye Wheeling) of the Kentucky Public Retirees, Lincoln Trail Chapter--who also was the culpret of sub-standard septic systems approved for installation in LaVista Estates, Rineyville KY. which will be connected to this scandal exposure and melt-down when County Sewer Goes into R'ville.
Also Wheeling's gust speaker is none other than our State Senator Dennis Parrett-who will speak regarding the state retirement system and pending legislation.--you also know Senator Parrett sits on the Ky State Banking and Insurance Committee--you could ask our Senator about a BRAC SCANDAL exposure and the affects of corruption in the home construction industry impacting local area banks caught up in this SCANDAL--that is if you have the "Investigative Intestinal Fortitude"--Well do you?
Rember who all created this SCANDAL through their own corrupt ways of conducting governmental business and you will be on the right track to getting the story right at "EXPOSURE" time!
Exposure time 7 months and counting down.

Bank stock holders get prepared for the crooked to be exposed in a BRAC SCANDAL Exposure.

State Wide Home Builder Certification requirements folloowing SCANDAL EXPOSURES!
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Apr 11, 2013
 
ThIs site is replete with conjecture and innuendo. But no one offers up any proof. All they seem to do is repeat other claims and whine that the newspaper won't investigate. Show some proof.
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Apr 12, 2013
 
Prove it wrote:
ThIs site is replete with conjecture and innuendo. But no one offers up any proof. All they seem to do is repeat other claims and whine that the newspaper won't investigate. Show some proof.
i will replete you with this conjecture.....the paper is going broke just like the courier journal,simply because we dont want to hear what you think we should hear...we want real news and real reporting, not your slanted opinion!
the proof will simply be the success,or failure of your paper.
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Apr 12, 2013
 
believe a cracker wrote:
<quoted text>i will replete you with this conjecture.....the paper is going broke just like the courier journal,simply because we dont want to hear what you think we should hear...we want real news and real reporting, not your slanted opinion!
the proof will simply be the success,or failure of your paper.
What "Prove It" is about, is again trying to get the public to do their investigative work for the News Enterprise. If the paper is paying good money for 'Investigative Reporters' then the reporters should get up off their lazy back sides and go get some real news that could possibly benefit alot of HARDIN COUNTIANS.

Instead the paper wants citizen "reporters" to their job for them, and I add without the pay of a good "investigative reporter."
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Apr 12, 2013
 

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<quoted text>What "Prove It" is about, is again trying to get the public to do their investigative work for the News Enterprise. If the paper is paying good money for 'Investigative Reporters' then the reporters should get up off their lazy back sides and go get some real news that could possibly benefit alot of HARDIN COUNTIANS.
Instead the paper wants citizen "reporters" to their job for them, and I add without the pay of a good "investigative reporter."
Do you guys even look into anything before you post? The NE is owned by Landmark which publishes 50 local community papers just like them. They get most all their news from the wires and then hire a couple of people to do feel good stories for the local scene. They've been doing that for years. Their subscribers are mostly just older people who want to read which of their friends made the obituary, not hard-hitting Journalism. There is no "slant" to these papers other than not pissing off the old people who still read a paper newspaper or the 5 advertisers who want to sell stuff to really old people. Their biggest editorial decision each week is whether to put the Etown or Central Hardin basketball player above the fold of the Sports section. Geez, everything is a conspiracy to you weirdos.
Ben Sheroan Editor of NE

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#69
Apr 12, 2013
 
I wonder if your relative "Bobby Sheroan" will be running in the next election for magistrate?

Recon he needs to be added to the list of "in the know" individuals regarding a BRAC SCANDAL as you, yourself, Ben are on the list of "in the know" individuals?

Well, we shall just have to wait and see if the name Bobby Sheroan pops up on the registry for want to be "magistrates" for Hardin County?

I might have to then go and have a sit down discussion with him.
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Apr 16, 2013
 

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Prove it wrote:
ThIs site is replete with conjecture and innuendo. But no one offers up any proof. All they seem to do is repeat other claims and whine that the newspaper won't investigate. Show some proof.
Rineyville WasteWater Stall Tactics, Hardin County Health Dept, County Judges Office, Hardin County Fiscal Court, BRAC SCANDAL, Legitimate Home Builders, Legitimate Plumbers, Legitimate Septic System Installers, Concerned Bank Stock Investors at First Federal Savings and Loan, Lincoln Trail District Board of Health Members, First Federal Board of Trustees Members, Lincoln Trail Area Developement District CEO's, Hardin County Water District #2 Employees, Editor of the NEWS Enterprise, Government Writer Marty Finley for the News Enterprise, Hardin County Politicians, Hardin County Mayors, Hardin County city Councilmen, not talking my AZZ about Hardin County Corruption in the Home Construction business and County Government Ha ha ha.

They get their "TRUE" Colors shown soon enough in the next election!!!
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Apr 17, 2013
 
County Sewer Ordinance wrote:
<quoted text> Rineyville WasteWater Stall Tactics, Hardin County Health Dept, County Judges Office, Hardin County Fiscal Court, BRAC SCANDAL, Legitimate Home Builders, Legitimate Plumbers, Legitimate Septic System Installers, Concerned Bank Stock Investors at First Federal Savings and Loan, Lincoln Trail District Board of Health Members, First Federal Board of Trustees Members, Lincoln Trail Area Developement District CEO's, Hardin County Water District #2 Employees, Editor of the NEWS Enterprise, Government Writer Marty Finley for the News Enterprise, Hardin County Politicians, Hardin County Mayors, Hardin County city Councilmen, not talking my AZZ about Hardin County Corruption in the Home Construction business and County Government Ha ha ha.
They get their "TRUE" Colors shown soon enough in the next election!!!
You forgot Hardin County Planning and Zoning!
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Apr 18, 2013
 
The Point wrote:
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Do you guys even look into anything before you post? The NE is owned by Landmark which publishes 50 local community papers just like them. They get most all their news from the wires and then hire a couple of people to do feel good stories for the local scene. They've been doing that for years. Their subscribers are mostly just older people who want to read which of their friends made the obituary, not hard-hitting Journalism. There is no "slant" to these papers other than not pissing off the old people who still read a paper newspaper or the 5 advertisers who want to sell stuff to really old people. Their biggest editorial decision each week is whether to put the Etown or Central Hardin basketball player above the fold of the Sports section. Geez, everything is a conspiracy to you weirdos.
i know landmark owns the news enterprise,read the whole thread. you wouldnt see the slant because you are a Big government guy. in my opinion,that makes you the "weirdo". imagine that.....the point defends the ne? what a shock! your panties are probably in a wad because the senate turned down your "saviors" gun bill,and you decided to lash out?
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Apr 18, 2013
 
believe a cracker wrote:
<quoted text>i know landmark owns the news enterprise,read the whole thread. you wouldnt see the slant because you are a Big government guy. in my opinion,that makes you the "weirdo". imagine that.....the point defends the ne? what a shock! your panties are probably in a wad because the senate turned down your "saviors" gun bill,and you decided to lash out?
I lashed out on the 12th because of something the Senate did on the 17th? I guess the time-space continuum doesn't apply in your world either, huh? A small-town paper isn't going to print any gossip about the local government from a disgruntled former government employee until that person pursues some kind of formal legal action to make it public record. That's what Topix is for, apparently. And, no, I don't care if the Senate goes against the wishes of 70-90% of it's people...I already explained to you that they answer to the corporations, not the people. The gun manufacturer lobby put more money into it than did the insurance lobby, so they won...capitalism working.
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Apr 18, 2013
 
The Point wrote:
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I lashed out on the 12th because of something the Senate did on the 17th? I guess the time-space continuum doesn't apply in your world either, huh? A small-town paper isn't going to print any gossip about the local government from a disgruntled former government employee until that person pursues some kind of formal legal action to make it public record. That's what Topix is for, apparently. And, no, I don't care if the Senate goes against the wishes of 70-90% of it's people...I already explained to you that they answer to the corporations, not the people. The gun manufacturer lobby put more money into it than did the insurance lobby, so they won...capitalism working.
where did the "gun lobby" get their money? from the 70-90% that didnt buy guns? did all the rich buy guns?
you are a man of fabricated figures. your senate was scared to death of the people. i am as surprised as you,but this is the "self governed" speaking out. i bet you hate that....:)
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Apr 18, 2013
 
believe a cracker wrote:
<quoted text>where did the "gun lobby" get their money? from the 70-90% that didnt buy guns? did all the rich buy guns?
you are a man of fabricated figures. your senate was scared to death of the people. i am as surprised as you,but this is the "self governed" speaking out. i bet you hate that....:)
As a matter of fact, the amendment DID have a majority of votes in favor, but not enough to overcome the filibuster of lil Rand Paul. So be sure to send Rand (and his new buddy Mitch) a thank you note when your daughter is shot in the face by her ex-con meth-head ex-boyfriend and his newly purchased flea market 9mm. Let freedom ring.
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Apr 18, 2013
 
BTW, Cracker, how do you feel about the CISPA bill that your bagger buddies in the House just put through allowing any of your cell or online records to be shared with any other private or government entity with full immunity? Will Rand stand up to it in the Senate? So you were afraid of an imaginary gun registry, but now Holder can just get the full NRA membership list just for the asking. Yeah, those baggers are protecting your freedom up there, aren't they? Sold to the highest corporate bidder, just like I told you.
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Apr 19, 2013
 
The Point wrote:
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As a matter of fact, the amendment DID have a majority of votes in favor, but not enough to overcome the filibuster of lil Rand Paul. So be sure to send Rand (and his new buddy Mitch) a thank you note when your daughter is shot in the face by her ex-con meth-head ex-boyfriend and his newly purchased flea market 9mm. Let freedom ring.
why do you think these laws would make it so hard for a criminal to get a gun? you are smart enough to know better.
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Apr 19, 2013
 
The Point wrote:
BTW, Cracker, how do you feel about the CISPA bill that your bagger buddies in the House just put through allowing any of your cell or online records to be shared with any other private or government entity with full immunity? Will Rand stand up to it in the Senate? So you were afraid of an imaginary gun registry, but now Holder can just get the full NRA membership list just for the asking. Yeah, those baggers are protecting your freedom up there, aren't they? Sold to the highest corporate bidder, just like I told you.
ive told you one hundred times over, that our movement has been commandeered by certain politicians. of course im disturbed by cispa,as much as you should be by the "imaginary"gun registry. btw, you and i are probably on a government list anyway....too much freethinking. i honestly thought about making a post about cispa,but i figured it would receive nothing but the sound of crickets chirping.
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Apr 19, 2013
 
believe a cracker wrote:
<quoted text>ive told you one hundred times over, that our movement has been commandeered by certain politicians. of course im disturbed by cispa,as much as you should be by the "imaginary"gun registry. btw, you and i are probably on a government list anyway....too much freethinking. i honestly thought about making a post about cispa,but i figured it would receive nothing but the sound of crickets chirping.
or even worse, i would get the cliche comment, " if you aint doing anything wrong,why worry about it". that would just unnecessarily raise my blood pressure.
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Apr 19, 2013
 
believe a cracker wrote:
<quoted text>why do you think these laws would make it so hard for a criminal to get a gun? you are smart enough to know better.
So if I had a meth conviction and could not buy a gun from a licensed dealer (2M people are rejected on checks each year), couldn't get one from a flea market, and my brother law would go to jail for selling me a gun, I could still get one anyway? You must know a lot of unsavory people to think someone you know would give me a gun anyway. I'm pretty sure that, if I were in that situation, my ability to use a gun in the commission of a crime (when I needed money for my next meth fix or when I caught my ex ole lady with another methie) would be greatly diminished. It's common sense, man...90% of Americans get it, so try thinking harder instead of just repeating NRA slogans.
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Apr 19, 2013
 
The Point wrote:
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So if I had a meth conviction and could not buy a gun from a licensed dealer (2M people are rejected on checks each year), couldn't get one from a flea market, and my brother law would go to jail for selling me a gun, I could still get one anyway? You must know a lot of unsavory people to think someone you know would give me a gun anyway. I'm pretty sure that, if I were in that situation, my ability to use a gun in the commission of a crime (when I needed money for my next meth fix or when I caught my ex ole lady with another methie) would be greatly diminished. It's common sense, man...90% of Americans get it, so try thinking harder instead of just repeating NRA slogans.
look, i really dont know anything about the nra, but you are correct...at one time i did know alot of unsavory people ( i was alot younger,and some have already paid their debt to society),but i assume things havnt changed much,or even gotten worse. still where do you get this 90% figure? you know thats not true.
stop repeating slogans? these are my views, is it so hard to understand that we americans love guns........no lobby,no conspiracy. the last slogan i remember from the nra is the "cold dead hands" bullshi$ years ago.
i think perhaps you lack life experience,and you are the one regurgitating political slogans.

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