Thu
Jul 20 2006
10:31 pm

I thought George Wallace Jr. was running in Alabama. What kind of place are we living where deputies stand and intimidate the voting site at Knox Center. Mall management told a trustworthy candidate early on they could campaign there. Then they changed their minds after they got a call from Billy Tindell. Now sheriffs deputies are standing there waiting to see that nobody changes diapers in the computer lab or hands out flyers. Greg Mackay you are a sell-out that fooled people in to thinking you were their friends. I have told people for a year not to trust you, now maybe they belive me. Stacey

Bbeanster's picture

I don't understand. What

I don't understand. What does changing diapers in the computer lab have to do with campaigning? And why would somebody do that anyhow? Sounds like an activity best confined to a restroom.

Bbeanster's picture

I don't particularly enjoy

I don't particularly enjoy the aroma of "zee diapers" where I'm doing business. Seems to me it's common courtesy not to inflict hygiene issues (whether yours or you kid's) on innocent bystanders. All-in-all, I'm not a big fan of people who assume I'm gonna think their spawn's shit don't stink.

Bbeanster's picture

My question was why change a

My question was why change a diaper in a computer lab when there are places designated for such activities? And yes, I think it would be a fabulous idea if people who have no respect for the rights of others would stop reproducing. But actually, upon closer reading, there was no mention of a child in the original post, so we may be talking Depends, here. LOL!

Anonymous's picture

Whatever

you have been challenged to back it up by Greg. You are ignoring the request. "Mall management told a trustworthy candidate early on they could campaign there" Who with Mall Management said this? Who is the trustworthy candidate? "Then they changed their minds after they got a call from Billy Tindell" How can you prove this? "Now sheriffs deputies are standing there waiting to see that nobody changes diapers in the computer lab or hands out flyers." Maybe Sheriffs Deputies are standing by to ensure that the election is fair, professional and no body is moving computer equipment or storing candidates and campaign material within the 100 feet. Remember a candidate is forbidden by law of being with 100 feet or in the voting center while the election is underway. Let's follow the law, Stacey. "Greg Mackay you are a sell-out that fooled people in to thinking you were their friends" Greg Mackay is ensuring that the elction is conducted by the law, your comment is that typical of people of you ilk that try and steal elections by threatening election officials. "I have told people for a year not to trust you, now maybe they belive me." Nobody believes you as long as keep listening to voices in your head. How is your cat?

Stacey's picture

Hornback is back

Brian Hornback, are you really one that needs to talk about moving computer equipment. How and where is Tyler? How is Karen Carson, BTW. Stacey

Paul Witt's picture

Remember a candidate is

Remember a candidate is forbidden by law of being with 100 feet or in the voting center while the election is underway.

Wrong.  Candidates are allowed inside the line they're just not allowed to campaign (including displaying campaign information) inside the 100 foot line.

As, of course, you know.  Or are you trying to tell us that you've never covered up your buttons and gone inside A.L. Lotts on election day to use the facilities?

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