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Dornsife, PA

#21 Apr 1, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
"Each of the candidates for Probate judge put a campaign sign beside the entrance road to my neighborhood. The next day, an additional Bo Sweat sign was installed to "sandwich" the Martin Turner sign. I'm talking one inch apart....Sweat, Turner, Sweat."
Now, if the signs were an inch apart after the third one was added, that means the first two were inches apart.
In order for them to be in the "Sweat(t), Turner, Sweat(t)" order you claim, it is obvious that the Sweatt sign went in facing traffic first, followed by a blocking Turner sign.
The 3rd sign was clearly a Sweatt (with two T's) retaliation.
No, a-hole, your problem is not that I "can't read very good (sic)" but that I think, read ,and write exceedingly well.
Well, maybe I was not clear. When the two signs first appeared, they were about 25 - 30 feet apart. One Sweatt and one Turner. Then there were three signs, all about one inch apart Sweatt, Turner, Sweatt. In that order.

I hope this clears up what I intended to say the first time.

Then the Turner sign was put in the ground and the wires were gone. Now both signs are on the ground and both of the wires are gone.

“The one and only! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#22 Apr 1, 2013
Anon wrote:
We don't need a lawyer in Probate Court. Dying is expensive enough already. Keep Probate Court friendly to the people.
What an amazingly asinine statement - even for Camden.

Just for giggles, tell us why a lawyer on the bench would result in a higher cost of dying than it would be with a Bible-thumping, air conditioning mechanic on the bench?

Then explain just exactly how probate court could possibly increase "the cost of dying."
IDK

North Fort Myers, FL

#23 Apr 1, 2013
Don't waste your time trying to explain to Mensa Moreno. He has such a hard on for anything "Turner" he can't see the facts through the hate.
Councilor

Dornsife, PA

#24 Apr 1, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
<quoted text>
What an amazingly asinine statement - even for Camden.
Just for giggles, tell us why a lawyer on the bench would result in a higher cost of dying than it would be with a Bible-thumping, air conditioning mechanic on the bench?
Then explain just exactly how probate court could possibly increase "the cost of dying."
I'm telling you folks, Moreno is an idiot.

My wife and I each recently had a (1) Will (2) Advance Directive for Healthcare, and (3) Durable Power of Attorney for Property drawn up. Further, investments were placed in Joint Tenancy with TOD stipulations and bank accounts and certificates were placed on joint ownership with POD. All real property is already in joint ownership.

All this was done to circumvent Probate and to make the transfers of ownership of our assets painless and free of the involvement of legal help. Jay must think that lawyers work for free.

If the decedent does his homework before passing on, he will make the work of the Executor very easy. If not, it can be very difficult, requiring the help of an Attorney at, possibly great cost.

RULE #1: Do everything you can do before death to keep your estate OUT OF PROBATE!!!!!!!
Anon

Saint Marys, GA

#25 Apr 1, 2013
We need a judge for Probate Court. We need an air condition repairman for air conditioners. It is just that simple.

“The one and only! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#26 Apr 2, 2013
I just dealt with probate after my father's death.

I found it to be no problem whatsoever.

So long as the decedent did bot die intestate, it's a piece of cake.

Did the probate judge/attorney do all of that legal work for you? Of course not. You paid an attorney in private practice.

You a-holes who claim there is some reason to prefer a non-lawyer over a lawyer as a probate judge are all nuts, full-of-shit, or both.
flip flop

Dornsife, PA

#27 Apr 2, 2013
I'm voting for Turner. I voted for him the first time and I'm voting for him again, especially now that the deranged fat man is supporting Sweatt.
WOW

Washington, DC

#28 Apr 2, 2013
Flip Flop your basing your vote on whoever supports Mr. Sweat. Your not very BRIGHT!
Gotcha

Kingsland, GA

#29 Apr 2, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
You a-holes who claim there is some reason to prefer a non-lawyer over a lawyer as a probate judge are all nuts, full-of-shit, or both.
"full-of-shit"!!! Who has the bigger gut?
flip flop

Dornsife, PA

#30 Apr 2, 2013
WOW wrote:
Flip Flop your basing your vote on whoever supports Mr. Sweat. Your not very BRIGHT!
Frankly, I have not heard anything good about Sweatt. A couple comments I have heard is that he has always been arrogant. That does not get it with me.

On the other hand, I have heard many good things about Mr. Turner.

You vote for whomever you want. I will likewise. I am not about to comment on your intelligence. I do not know you.

“The one and only! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#31 Apr 2, 2013
"Frankly, I have not heard anything good about Sweatt. A couple comments I have heard is that he has always been arrogant. That does not get it with me."

There is a simple explanation, dumbass. If you are not yourself Martin or any other Turner, you surely have heard that canard from other Bill Smith/Martin Turner supporters you hang with.

Suppose he is "arrogant." So what? At least I've not heard him claim be "holier" than any of his opponents.

More importantly, is he honest? Is he competent?

Let's see: Sweatt, BBA and law degree. Practicing attorney and muni judge.

Turner: Dual bachelor's degree in sociology and theology. Now doing on-line MBA from "The University of the Grand Canyon." Co-owner of an air conditioning company and on air preacher at a Christian radio station operated by a bigoted nut case.

That's a tough call.
Jays alter ego

Dornsife, PA

#32 Apr 2, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
"Frankly, I have not heard anything good about Sweatt. A couple comments I have heard is that he has always been arrogant. That does not get it with me."
There is a simple explanation, dumbass. If you are not yourself Martin or any other Turner, you surely have heard that canard from other Bill Smith/Martin Turner supporters you hang with.
Suppose he is "arrogant." So what? At least I've not heard him claim be "holier" than any of his opponents.
More importantly, is he honest? Is he competent?
Let's see: Sweatt, BBA and law degree. Practicing attorney and muni judge.
Turner: Dual bachelor's degree in sociology and theology. Now doing on-line MBA from "The University of the Grand Canyon." Co-owner of an air conditioning company and on air preacher at a Christian radio station operated by a bigoted nut case.
That's a tough call.
Interesting, a consensus nut case calling someone else a nut case. I am going to run a poll.
Tom

Saint Marys, GA

#33 Apr 3, 2013
WOW wrote:
Flip Flop your basing your vote on whoever supports Mr. Sweat. Your not very BRIGHT!
It is reasonable to vote for someone because of reccomendations. If Moreno supports someone I don't. Just an example.
IDK

Fernandina Beach, FL

#34 Apr 3, 2013
Tom wrote:
<quoted text>It is reasonable to vote for someone because of reccomendations. If Moreno supports someone I don't. Just an example.
I know it is reasonable to assume that if Moreno actively supports a candidate for office they have a one in ten chance of being elected to office. Sweatt may be the exception to the rule. I'm trying to think of one candidate, local or otherwise that has won an election after Moreno came out in support of them and started his incessant bashing of their opponent. So far, he has been better than a barometer in predicting who will not be elected. Keep bashing Turner Jay, you may just help him beat the odds and get elected.

“The one and only! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#36 Apr 3, 2013
That was a given before his candidacy was approved by the G.O.B. king makers.
Voter

Dalmatia, PA

#37 Apr 5, 2013
Whoever is elected will be required to attend training giving by the State Association of Probate Judges. The Probate bench is not rocket science, it is misdemeanor traffic and DNR violations with penalties prescribed by law. Where our probate office needs real help is in administration, this is why I will vote for Turner. Beau has no administrative or managerial experience by his own admission during the debates. Martin has managed over 30 employees and now runs a million dollar company (covered in debates). Even if Beau was running against any of the other candidates I would not vote for an attorney for this position, especially one that plans on remaining the Judge in Kingsland and in Woodbine (from the debates) and thinks he can do justice to the probate office part time. Just what Camden needs, a judge monopoly!
And just for Jay- I am not a Turner, don't work for any Turner and I've lived in Camden less time then you have.

“The one and only! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#38 Apr 5, 2013
"a million dollar company"

By gross revenues, value as a going concern in an arms length buy-out, what?

Does Turner Bros produce $19,230 in revenues per week, 52 weeks per year? That's a million dollar business by gross revenues.

Has Martin turned freon into wine yet?
frankie4fingers

Dornsife, PA

#39 Apr 5, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
"a million dollar company"
By gross revenues, value as a going concern in an arms length buy-out, what?
Does Turner Bros produce $19,230 in revenues per week, 52 weeks per year? That's a million dollar business by gross revenues.
Has Martin turned freon into wine yet?
Think of how many burgers you would have had to flip to sell a million dollars worth. Doesn't make any difference, Misty kicked your butt before your year was up.

She walked the dog on you, didn't she jay?

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