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Untrue Resident  
Floresville  
March 5 at 10:12pm
 
Hookem, I have stated that Mr Jackson appears to be a standup guy. I have no issue with his character. I stand by my comments that he is unimaginative and is part of the political establishment. Based on his comments to me, I am willing to state that he has no problem spending your money. So, your comments about economics or financial math are wrong. Mr Pullin graduated cum laude from Texas A&I with a major in mathematics and physics and has a Master's degree in Math from Texas A&M. Mr Pullin wanted to rein in spending while Mr Jackson is all about increasing debt (See he supported the bond). You obviously did not do any of your research. You might want to check out Mr. Pullin’s ideas at http://jaypullinforcountyjudge.com/index.html

Further, I would be willing to put those credential up against a good ole boy with no leadership, educational achievement or experience in running a $18M office. He went from Patrol Sgt to Justice of the Peace. Lived his whole live in Wilson County. Yeah! What an achievement!! His claim to fame, "I was also the first JP to accept credit cards for payment of fees and fines."

As Forrest Gump says Stupid is as stupid does. So, you got your good ole boy and you will get your second class buildings, no road improvements, higher taxes, bloated government and a feeling that you and Bubba can run the shrimp boat. This ain't a movie. The man doesn't have the skill set. Yes, I will have to live with him and give him a chance to show me wrong. But I won't be surprised when the county roads get worse (according Dickie.. its broke, I can't fix it, talk to your commissioner), more poor planning results in poorly executed bonds; and all his friends at the station getting big pay raises while the private sector gets nothing. If I wanted to smell manure, I would stand in cow fields and talk about how great it is; I was just hoping someone would have got elected that would have been smart enough to use the manure instead of just smelling it and telling me how great it is. I get the feeling lots of people like being shoveled bull.
     
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