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jgmason75 said...

Well, we all knew that Clay Bennett is a "I'm better than you" liberal, but this is the last piece of the puzzle that shows his disconnect with the people of Chattanooga and the TFP's coverage area. Instead of cartoons that show true thought, you choose to take the easy path and make fun of Republicans and conservatives. A few complain, but most just write you off. With your blanket statement of southerners, though, you're likely to hear more complaints than on any other piece. Remember, most of the workforce will likely be at home with nothing better to do than log in and tell you where to shove it.

February 12, 2014 at 7:56 a.m.
jgmason75 said...

Remember when the GOP increased its control over the Hamilton County Commission to a 7-2 majority in August 2010? Fact is, Hamilton County has never been redder and will only continue to maintain or strengthen its majority stronghold locally:

November 7, 2011 at 11:44 a.m.
jgmason75 said...

Michelle Bachmann was a foster parent.

September 9, 2011 at 8:48 a.m.
jgmason75 said...

SUMMARY OF BILL: Requires a voter to present one form of name and photographic identification when voting in person. Exempts from this requirement voters who fall within the scope of the emergency voting and nursing home voting statutes. Authorizes any voter unable to present proper dentification to vote through an established provisional ballot procedure. Authorizes any voter unable to obtain proper identification due to indigence or religious objection to execute an affidavit of identity prior to voting.

As anyone can see from the bill summary, taken from the State website, there will be ample opportunities for someone without photo ID to vote. If one cannot take any of the steps provided to vote, then I'm not sure if I would want them to take part in the process. Every time legislation like this comes up, liberals start to scream discrimination and racism. The truth is that in a democracy, you must have elections that are administered with integrity. Part of that integrity is making sure that only those registered to vote are casting their alloted one ballot per election.

February 16, 2011 at 9:20 a.m.

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