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Mediation Time  
La Vernia  
August 17, 2009 2:04pm
 
Small Town Mom

I guess you've located some sort of evidence whereby you find it within yourself to call me a fearmonger? If your comments are not directed at me then you may disregard the rest of my comments and I appologize up front! If you are in fact calling me a fearmonger then please read on!

BTW - nobody ever said (that I've read here in this blog) that the tactics (by some, not all) during the recent and ongoing TEA parties were being utilized here in Wilson county.

I will remind you once again of your EXACT words -"Your comparison of the Wilson County TEA partiers to people who live several states away has no relevance. Just another attempt at fearmongering. Thanks for proving my point."

I just took the opportunity to inform you that it was in fact happening all over the country along with the fact that it was happening right here in Texas as well. Nothing more, nothing less. If I misinterpreted your statement of "people who live several states away" and Austin not being within the confines of Texas then please accept my appology...

People will disagree with you and it's OK! But if YOU bring something up expect someone to challenge you. That is the designed use and intent of this forum. The exchange of ideas whether it be your own or the ideas of others... it works out great for the most part... If I'm wrong, someone please correct.
     
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