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McKee, KY

To the School Board

I was showing you how a man handles it. It's over your head. I don't appreciate her half truths but I never told her to stop writing, I may have said something concerning her lies but didn't not tell her to stop doing that either. I am a freedom loving individual, write on and and don't stop. Let me hear ya!  (2 hrs ago | post #47)

McKee, KY

To the School Board

Are you that stupid? You see me tell HB not to write on here? I never asked her to stop writing, I know I don't read 90% of her stuff but I am man enough to just skip over it when I want to skip over what I don't feel like reading. Do I have to teach you how to do this? As I said, are you stupid? When you see this name DON'T READ IT! See how easy that is? There was school today, get to school!!  (3 hrs ago | post #45)

McKee, KY

To the School Board

Typos are terrible huh? I give myself a peanut too. I happen to like peanuts.  (Yesterday | post #43)

McKee, KY

Rand Paul's position on Illegal immigration

Rand Paul's plan would have covered this situation but of course Obama's plan left it out. It's why I said Rand Paul's plan is well thought out. http://insider.fox news.com/2015/03/0 3/judge-napolitano -weighs-models-mur der-teen-being-cha rged-friends-suici de  (Yesterday | post #118)

McKee, KY

To the School Board

I never heard of a fall break. I know of a Spring/ Easter break. Anyway, I'm betting we let the kids off the rest of the week. What do you think? Still think taking a few days from winter break wouldn't hurt. If you don't take a Spring break then there is no trespass of any religious belief in your winter break (Christmas) for what is more important to celebrate? Him birth which seems easy for all have done that or his resurrection? So the person that wanted to twist and distort my idea that I didn't care about your Christmas was just being some self-righteous or just a trouble maker. Have a great rest of the week off kids. Stay out of trouble.  (Yesterday | post #42)

Manchester, KY

I am sorry about your water.

Glad to hear it. Shows how out of the loop I have gotten there.  (Friday Feb 27 | post #3)

McKee, KY

House Bill 443 is up for a vote... P3

Yes but we would have money in your pockets right here at home. If the bridge is something we don't care around here about why do you want to pay for it later? As the man said when things go wrong and it will the tax payer will have to bail them out. In the case of a bridge that is over 2 billion dollars we will all have to pay for it. Everybody wants to be a big city for some reason but those cities are deep in debt, you have property taxes running 4 to 5 figures. All I am saying balance your books before you start spending money just like we all have to at home.  (Friday Feb 27 | post #13)

McKee, KY

House Bill 443 is up for a vote... P3

Here's a good reason why somebody voted no. Keep in mind you are now paying twice because in the case of the bridges there were gas taxes that was suppose to pay for these projects. We don't have a revenue problem, we have a spending problem and yes you still will be paying the 3.3 billion loan that was recently taken out at your expense. That's does not include the other unfunded liabilities that you have to pay and your children will be paying, oh and your grandchildren will be paying yet I am sure they will have some of their own expenses they have to make. BY the way the bridge it is estimated the private company will own it for 238 years as it stands right now. HB 443 Public Private Partnerships (P-3's) P-3's are a way for private industry to provide capital for public projects (roads, bridges, dorms) and be paid from the revenues generated by the completed projects. Revenue examples are tolls, rents, etc. The private company usually owns the completed project for a protracted period of time (30+ years) then it is deeded back to the state. Well designed P-3 agreement are an effective way to get more big capital projects done. Poorly designed P-3's, however, are a huge risk to taxpayers. Several projects completed in the US had overstated anticipated revenues and understated anticipated expenses so the projects do not make enough money to survive (think YUM! Center). In these cases, taxpayers were usually asked to pay for the losses. I am in support of well designed P-3's with safeguards protecting the public from bankrupt projects. This legislation offers no protections. I voted No and the bill passed.  (Friday Feb 27 | post #10)

Manchester, KY

I am sorry about your water.

I read and heard of the plight in Manchester; just wanted to touch on a few things here. Aren't you so glad that there was a good showing when the city wanted to expand their borders? Now we find out that they didn't mind their infrastructure yet they wanted to expand. How about spending money on those murals? Couldn't you hold off on that and spend the money where it was really needed? Didn't you know that there is maintenace involved with pipes? They get old, they leak, they need replacing every 50 to 80 years or so. So you felt that there needed to be a water park but just decided to overlook the pipes for water that residents needed to sustain themselves? So you decided to buy a property for what was it? A million? A half a million? I forget but you see the problem with politicians? It's not their money so they spend your money like teenage little girls that are shopping in a mall. Then I get some foolish person to head over to the Mckee topix and try to blame all your problems on me. Sorry, I really am sorry for those without water but none of that was my fault. You don't need more taxes you need these people you elected to stop throwing your money away like it's theirs and get involved in those meeting they have. I am done here but like I said you have people who miss me here but I have a problem where I live also. For some reason they can't find $278,000.00 I know you miss and feel an emptiness without me but having more taxes is not what will fix the problems. You don't have a revenue problem, you have a spending problem!!!! Now this looks like a job for me So everybody just follow me 'Cause we need a little controversy 'Cause it feels so empty without me I said, this looks like a job for me...... Good luck!!  (Thursday Feb 26 | post #1)

McKee, KY

kynect insurane and want to keep it?????

Yep, they don't have what it takes to stand up for what they believe in. You see one can tell which are from this party, they like to twist words around kinda like, well just like HB, Hell's Bells! "Democrats don't like to call the Obamacare penalty a penalty; its official name is the Shared Responsibility Payment." http://www.washing tonexaminer.com/ar ticle/2560591?slid eout=1  (Thursday Feb 26 | post #17)

McKee, KY

To the School Board

What is new is somebody pushing the issues forward not just sitting and doing nothing. This idea of sitting around tables in places where you eat and just talking about it doesn't accomplish anything. The elections are over there is no hat being thrown here. I agree never trust a politicians, I don't and you shouldn't trust anybody. What I wish would happen is people getting more involved and putting these politician's feet to the fire. You really should find somebody that has a deposition of the case against Sheriff Peyman. There is really some very good stuff in it but I want to hold my tongue a little longer and see what more will come out of it. Just read everything the Plaintiff are saying under oath. I will come back to it some in due time. I don't need the job or any of the benefits the job had to offer, I am fine thank you very much. My intent was to be as transparent as possible with out any conflict of interest. I have no family here, I don't owe anybody anything, I can't be bought I only wanted to help but we are fine that my offer wasn't taken. Not bitter at all, I am a happy man and found time to see my grandchildren recently. It was great to see them and I am not one who wants them to be enslaved by anything I do in life. My family won't have to even spend a dime when I am gone. I will take care of everything without being a burden to my family. Can you say that about those running government locally and Statewide? Nope! There are a few exceptions that are in office though, you just need to find them. I know a few and I wanted to help but I was fine with whatever people wanted in there. It's not my dime  (Thursday Feb 26 | post #40)

McKee, KY

House Bill 443 is up for a vote... P3

You made it clear who you were backing during the elections and I know how it works here. Since it's boring on the Democratic ticket with just one candidate during the primaries you vote in the Republican ticket and vote the most progressive of those running just in case your candidate in the Democratic ticket can't overcome the Republican candidate. Just look at your past posts because I certainly don't want to go through that manure you have there.  (Thursday Feb 26 | post #8)

McKee, KY

To the School Board

Pipe in the rear that is. No pun intended.  (Wednesday Feb 25 | post #37)

McKee, KY

To the School Board

Should we talk about the corruption that went on in Clay that could have paid for the water problems? We don't even need to talk about the ones they found guilty that been taking clay for a ride for years before I even heard of Clay County. We can talk about just the great investors that left a pipe in every resident in Clay County if you want?  (Wednesday Feb 25 | post #36)

McKee, KY

House Bill 443 is up for a vote... P3

Such a deceiver, you voted for Joey Taylor in the elections. Yes I know, progressive Democrats to vote in the Republican primaries to vote the most progressive of the Republican Party. We know at least those that follow elections. So glad you posted though, those Republicans that stayed home I am sure didn't know that was going on. Now you know.  (Wednesday Feb 25 | post #6)