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Serious Thinker  
La Vernia  
October 22, 2013 3:19pm
For those of you who have been around awhile, remember the "Corporation" that Quinney set up before the economny went south? Well, if that had gone through, the 30 acres that he was going to sell for a facility for OTM, Floresville would be less 30 acres in the town!
That made me change my mind on Quinney.

When this new "spending spree" came about, I knew I would not vote for it. I was very proud of the young man who got the petition going so that the citizens could voice their opinion in the November election and quit giving out free checks.

Now, if the vote goes through, then we still have voter apathy and voters are just not realizing the outcome of this proposal. I say that let's take some of the money earmarked for unnecessary expenditures and focus on our roads. Also, it appears that Wilson County has a lot of problems with more and more wrecks. Maybe we need more police.

Or maybe we need to do nothing and make do with what we have in the budget.

What would be nice would be someone to step up and run against Quinney and end the King's Reign. Remind you of King Obama?

We need a total change. The good ole' boy system needs some shaking up in Wilson county.

Vote your choice - higher taxes or live within our means. It is the citizens' choice.
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