“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#184 Mar 23, 2013
Pale Rider wrote:
Hugh worked in the Columbus Jail, as a guard. Until he was fired.
There's no such thing as
"the Columbus Jail," hilljack. Why do you keep embarrassing yourself by commenting on things and places that you're clueless about?

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#185 Mar 23, 2013
Pale Rider wrote:
<quoted text>
You don't have a job Hambone.
I prefer to call it a career on good days.
Are you really so jealous of my position that you have to cry like a child? Do you have any family members in the military, specifically, deployed to forward areas? If so, you can thank us for what we do. Or you can be an lame ingrate. It's up to you.
Pale Rider

AOL

#186 Mar 23, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>I prefer to call it a career on good days.
Are you really so jealous of my position that you have to cry like a child? Do you have any family members in the military, specifically, deployed to forward areas? If so, you can thank us for what we do. Or you can be an lame ingrate. It's up to you.
You don't have a job, your only career was a PFC, a county jail guard, then retired, let your wife work. Hambone you are one
lackadaisical human being.
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#187 Mar 23, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>I prefer to call it a career on good days.
Are you really so jealous of my position that you have to cry like a child? Do you have any family members in the military, specifically, deployed to forward areas? If so, you can thank us for what we do. Or you can be an lame ingrate. It's up to you.
I saw a story on a news program several months ago. The subject of the story was a former service member who formed a grass roots organization in response to requests from actively deployed soldiers who couldn't get necessary supplies in a timely manner through the ordinary military channels because of bureaucratic red tape.

What he had accomplished, entirely through voluntary donations of cash, goods, and transportation services was simply astonishing.

Items that were taking weeks to arrive to the troops if provided through regular channels would be there in a matter of days by virtue of a simple phone call or e-mail.

woof
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#188 Mar 23, 2013
-The-Artist- wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you want us to post lawyers getting busted???
Because you represent humanity's biggest den of corruption...
I really don't care what you post Karl. Its usually inane commentary about something you perceive that isn't really there anyway.

woof
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#189 Mar 23, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>If you call the comfort, safety and protection of our troops a "fear campaign," you truly are lower than sewage.
No dumbass. The fear campaign is what puts our troops in harms way so people like you can profit from their deaths.
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#190 Mar 23, 2013
gokeefe wrote:
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So, as well as being a religious bigot, you have a problem with those who are in the employ of the military or federal government?
Pretty certain George and I have the same type of clearance. It's a brutal process, you don't get one easily. Nor by being the office gossip and spilling confidential information...
No. I have a problem with people who cry about "big government" while accepting a paycheck from that government.

“Queen of my domain”

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#191 Mar 23, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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No. I have a problem with people who cry about "big government" while accepting a paycheck from that government.
That's a pretty broad swath you're painting. So if a defense contractor or federal employee sees a problem with fraud, abuse, or inefficient bureaucracy, he or she must accept the issue and be part of the problem and has no right to to discuss it or be a part of the solution? Wow. "Big government" has many angles... I take it then I have no right to complain about Obamacare and big government or the erosion of privacy due to big government, or the ever-expansive Department of Homeland Security? Explain. I can vote, I pay taxes, I didn't see any law that states because the federal government funds my paycheck that I have no right to be a fully participating citizen of the US.

“Queen of my domain”

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#192 Mar 23, 2013
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
I saw a story on a news program several months ago. The subject of the story was a former service member who formed a grass roots organization in response to requests from actively deployed soldiers who couldn't get necessary supplies in a timely manner through the ordinary military channels because of bureaucratic red tape.
What he had accomplished, entirely through voluntary donations of cash, goods, and transportation services was simply astonishing.
Items that were taking weeks to arrive to the troops if provided through regular channels would be there in a matter of days by virtue of a simple phone call or e-mail.
woof
It would be good for you to post an article regarding this for detail if possible.

The Dispatch ran an article earlier this week with a story regarding the Air Force obtaining some small plastic part, about the size of a dime, for the tune of over $7K, when it was in their military supply/logistics line at the tune of less than a couple of bucks. This was due to contractual obligations, I think (I don't have article handy--it may have been in the print edition and not online, will look later, ready to head out of here). This is the kind of waste that needs to be curtailed. Troops getting supplies and the problems therein are caused by a lot of things, not just bureaucratic red tape. There are logistics lines that are fully stocked and responsive--in fact, the military donated/pulled out of their logistics line, a lot of basics for Sandy--MREs, fuel, water, etc. All within 24-48 hours. Geography and movement are often the issues when getting supplies into places like Afghanistan--you do realize there are some tactical difficulties with certain areas, right? Private citizens just wouldn't be able to pull things off like this...

Since: Jan 12

Columbus, OH

#193 Mar 23, 2013
This is funny!

https:www.youtube. com/watch?v=vlxkcewBEe0&fe ature =youtube_gdata_player
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#195 Mar 23, 2013
gokeefe wrote:
<quoted text>
It would be good for you to post an article regarding this for detail if possible.
The Dispatch ran an article earlier this week with a story regarding the Air Force obtaining some small plastic part, about the size of a dime, for the tune of over $7K, when it was in their military supply/logistics line at the tune of less than a couple of bucks. This was due to contractual obligations, I think (I don't have article handy--it may have been in the print edition and not online, will look later, ready to head out of here). This is the kind of waste that needs to be curtailed. Troops getting supplies and the problems therein are caused by a lot of things, not just bureaucratic red tape. There are logistics lines that are fully stocked and responsive--in fact, the military donated/pulled out of their logistics line, a lot of basics for Sandy--MREs, fuel, water, etc. All within 24-48 hours. Geography and movement are often the issues when getting supplies into places like Afghanistan--you do realize there are some tactical difficulties with certain areas, right? Private citizens just wouldn't be able to pull things off like this...
http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/02/20/17...

http://www.troopsdirect.org/about.html

woof

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#196 Mar 23, 2013
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
I saw a story on a news program several months ago. The subject of the story was a former service member who formed a grass roots organization in response to requests from actively deployed soldiers who couldn't get necessary supplies in a timely manner through the ordinary military channels because of bureaucratic red tape.
What he had accomplished, entirely through voluntary donations of cash, goods, and transportation services was simply astonishing.
Items that were taking weeks to arrive to the troops if provided through regular channels would be there in a matter of days by virtue of a simple phone call or e-mail.
woof
Countless large companies, schools and community organizations have done the same for a decade. We've periodically had large containers at our employee entrances for donations to the troops.
The government moves at its own glacial pace. That will never change, unfortunately.

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#197 Mar 23, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
<quoted text>
No. I have a problem with people who cry about "big government" while accepting a paycheck from that government.
My deposit information doesn't say "United States Treasury," little girl. The deals my company negotiates are their business; I'm an employee. You might as well say that an auto dealer rep who sells fleet vehicles to the GSA is "getting a check from the government."
You haven't a clue about the real world.

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#198 Mar 23, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
<quoted text>
No dumbass. The fear campaign is what puts our troops in harms way so people like you can profit from their deaths.
No mention of any fear campaign from your party, huh? Ever heard of Butch Napolitano and "See something, say something"? How about John Pistole and his TSA thugs, removing prosthetic limbs from decorated veterans?
Your contempt for our troops is vile and as anti-American as it gets.
One can only hope you'll suffer as a result.

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#199 Mar 23, 2013
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
I really don't care what you post Karl. Its usually inane commentary about something you perceive that isn't really there anyway.
woof
Here's your average lawyer:

Former Ohio State Buckeyes football player Christopher Cicero, who sent warning emails to Jim Tressel, no stranger to controversy

In 1997, his law license was suspended for statements he made about a sexual relationship he had with a judge who assigned him to a case on her docket. In about 2002, a special prosecutor looked into allegations that he discussed killing witnesses for a client accused of committing two murders, records show. No charges were ever filed.

In October 1993, Franklin County Common Pleas Judge Deborah O'Neill assigned Cicero to represent a defendant in her courtroom. Three months later, she withdrew from the case because of statements Cicero made about her.

Records from the Ohio Supreme Court's Disciplinary Counsel show Cicero led some attorneys to believe that he had an ongoing sexual relationship with O'Neill. At one point, according to records, Cicero told a prosecutor that the judge probably would deny a continuance in the case because of her desire to get the case resolved so that she could have sex with Cicero over the Christmas holidays.

Cicero's client became aware of his boasts "and informed other inmates that they should retain [him]," according to records filed by the disciplinary counsel, which oversees the conduct of lawyers.

Cicero claimed that he exaggerated his level of intimacy with the judge and the timing. He told the disciplinary counsel that while he had feelings for her, a sexual relationship did not begin until after O'Neill stepped off the case. The Ohio Supreme Court suspended his license for a year, citing a failure to maintain a respectful attitude toward the courts.

Cicero, 54, would not be interviewed for this story, nor would John Ferron, an attorney who has represented him. Several attempts to reach his family in Northeast Ohio were unsuccessful.

http://blog.cleveland.com/metro/2011/06/forme...
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#200 Mar 23, 2013
gokeefe wrote:
<quoted text>
That's a pretty broad swath you're painting. So if a defense contractor or federal employee sees a problem with fraud, abuse, or inefficient bureaucracy, he or she must accept the issue and be part of the problem and has no right to to discuss it or be a part of the solution? Wow. "Big government" has many angles... I take it then I have no right to complain about Obamacare and big government or the erosion of privacy due to big government, or the ever-expansive Department of Homeland Security? Explain. I can vote, I pay taxes, I didn't see any law that states because the federal government funds my paycheck that I have no right to be a fully participating citizen of the US.
Cleavon hates all things government except his paycheck.
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#201 Mar 23, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>No mention of any fear campaign from your party, huh? Ever heard of Butch Napolitano and "See something, say something"? How about John Pistole and his TSA thugs, removing prosthetic limbs from decorated veterans?
Your contempt for our troops is vile and as anti-American as it gets.
One can only hope you'll suffer as a result.
Your "contempt for troops" garbage is pathetic. I have contempt for people who hide behind them and profit off of them. That would be you, Fred.

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#202 Mar 23, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
<quoted text>
Cleavon hates all things government except his paycheck.
I do? That would come as a shock to my son, who hopes to attend the Air Force Academy. It also comes as a shock to those who have seen my colection NASA memorabilia spanning 50 years.
I despise corrupt, unnecessary, unconstitutional government...the aspects you worship.

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#203 Mar 23, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
<quoted text>
Your "contempt for troops" garbage is pathetic. I have contempt for people who hide behind them and profit off of them. That would be you, Fred.
My company's military contracts are less than 20% of annual revenue. The government is but one of many clients. And we're damned proud of what we do which 90% of the time is adapted for civilian use. Your sorry carcass may have been saved by some of our work, you loser.
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#204 Mar 23, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>My company's military contracts are less than 20% of annual revenue. The government is but one of many clients. And we're damned proud of what we do which 90% of the time is adapted for civilian use. Your sorry carcass may have been saved by some of our work, you loser.
Aww, Georgie is getting all indignant. If 90% of what your company does is for civilan use, stop hiding behind the troops.

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