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Apathyisadisease  
La Vernia  
March 5, 2014 6:31am
 
POFPO- Wow. I am disappointed you couldn't understand the danger of a spiteful and uninformed electorate voting. You come on this forum gloating instead of offering true criticism for those of us who chose to vote differently. Then you somehow jump to make the comparison between Communism and uninformed voters staying home rather casting a vote abstractly. The founders even spoke about such a responsibility to only vote when properly informed, rather then act as a populist mob voting in a popularity contest. Wilson county is facing a huge inward migration within the next decade both in people and money. Such growth can be maximized so that the county doesn't become a sprawling suburb like so many communities to the north of the city but rather a collection of unique, safe, and cohesive communities. In other words that places they don't entirely loose their identity. If you are too small to realize the need to have a strong business leader out front of this then you voted for the right man. Dickie has zero to say about targeted tax breaks, the need to set aside community open space, how to manage 8.5 million dollars that we approved last fall, and a host of other concerns. Great, he has JP and law enforcement experience but a just and wise man can fill those functions effectively and learn the procedural details in due process. Tell me do you want Dickie learning about business management with your tax dollars?
     
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