Former governor's son campaigns in Dy...

Former governor's son campaigns in Dyersburg

There are 10 comments on the State Gazette story from Jan 22, 2010, titled Former governor's son campaigns in Dyersburg. In it, State Gazette reports that:

Mike McWherter, former governor Ned McWherter's son, introduces himself to members of the Morning Rotary Club at the Cozy Kitchen on Tuesday.

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andes

Morocco, IN

#1 Jan 23, 2010
Somehow I thought political action at Rotary was verboten.
duminjun

United States

#2 Jan 30, 2010
Family Politics Should Be Taken Seriously, Be Careful We May Live to Regret, Look at the Last Election, We Had No Choice Then Either and Look at US NOW!
dgadfagerad

Union City, TN

#3 Jan 30, 2010
Why Do You Capitalize Every Word In Your Sentence? This Is Actually Kind Of Fun. Maybe I Should Do This On Everything I Right. Awesome Stuff.

“Whatever it is, I'm against it”

Since: Jan 10

Newbern, TN

#4 Jan 30, 2010
His father Ned was useless and I don't think this one is any better.
Rotary Member

United States

#5 Jan 30, 2010
andes wrote:
Somehow I thought political action at Rotary was verboten.
That Wasn't Rotary Club.
reb

Morocco, IN

#7 Jan 30, 2010
Rotary Member wrote:
<quoted text>That Wasn't Rotary Club.
I guess the headline reading "Morning Rotary Club" was incorrect.
reb

United States

#8 Jan 30, 2010
His dad almost bankrupted this state by inventing TennCare.
Rotary member

United States

#9 Jan 30, 2010
reb wrote:
<quoted text>
I guess the headline reading "Morning Rotary Club" was incorrect.
Yes , it was incorrect. that WAS NOT the "Morning Rotary Club"
whatever

Memphis, TN

#10 Jan 30, 2010
reb wrote:
His dad almost bankrupted this state by inventing TennCare.
Come on what he started could have been a good thing,he had good intentions, it just grew way out of control, it ended up becoming so much more than it was originally meant to be, I mean there were people moving here from out of state when it became known they could come here and get healthcare, there should have been some residency requirements, heck if you worked for a living but did not have insurance you could not qualify but if you moved here from out of state and were not working you could get it all. There was a lot of abuse which always happens, that is the way it is.

By the way the Obama administration is trying to do the same thing with National Healthcare and also cover illegal aliens, I hope the bill is dead now as it appears to be cause we cant afford to provide this for even our own legal citizens of the US let alone about 11 million illegals who have helped to break our system.
duminjun

United States

#11 Jan 31, 2010
Let us check out what he stands for and who is behind to support or will he listen to public opinion. We cannot be much worse off than now. He wont have another Bunker to build but can enjoy the one we have now? Let us see who comes out next. Vote for the good of the state and country. JUST VOTE!

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