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May 30, 2012 1:30pm
 
Politics,
Doesn't matter that she was fired, matter of fact the county is lucky she did not file for unemployment. If she was fired, it is because the attorney we did have didn't like that she was actually getting work done and he wasn't able to focus on his private practice out of the county office. Danyah is an outstanding attorney and will bring the servant back to that office and make sure that those DUIs, drug cases, child abuse and others that are brought to the office will have their day in court. She will NOT have a private practice inside that office where the taxpayers will pay for the office space. She will bring back the attention on domestic violence into our county (there is plenty of it) and she will also participate in commissioner court meetings knowing what she needs to do. She will put competent people in the office that know law and know how to file and write documentations. She is going to put integrity back into the office for the ocunty! Wilson County will not be dissappointed.

As far as the Sheriff race, people need to understand politics before they talk. Sheriff Tackitt has nothing to worry about and will be re-elected. His deputies have done tremendous work for this county in his time. It is not their (or his) fault that the commissioners (Ray Wolf) will not give them the budget they need to be more productive and keep deputies here. The county should be thankful that the deputies do not band together and produce an association (like Bexar County) and demand better pay for the hours they work and not to mention better insurance. They are NOT 8a-5p employees and they are not replacable when they call in sick. They work weekends, holidays, and everything in between. They do not sit behind a desk all day and jabber jaw about nonsense, those men and woman, protect this county to the best ability and what they are given to work with. This county should be grateful that we have a new county attorney that will work for the county and a Sheriff that has a heart for the county.

November elections is what matters!
     
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