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Billy 7 months, 2 weeks ago on Citizens to change commenting procedure

This is all to limit free expression. As for the posters above, sorry you can't handle comments from others. The only people posting here from now on will be people that agree with the articles. I have an FB page, had it for years, but after the lawsuit happy worthless school employees we all know and remember from the past two years, not many want to be able to be identified for this purpose. This new requirement probably releaves the NC from lawsuits, so that they can pass on identities of posters for legal action and other harrassment of free speech. I'm glad all you people above falsely believe that this is some kind of plus; it proves you have not thought it out, or can't grasp why this change will be for the worse...

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Billy 7 months, 3 weeks ago on Judges: Expansion needed soon

Had jury duty in March of last year, was not ultimately picked for that murder trial, (thank the Almighty for jury selection). Yes, the courtrooms are small. Can't they use space in the half empty county building where you buy your tag? Why do we have to soak the voters in an era where the golden goose was stomped into the ground by the ACLU, and all those ignorant people who aided and abetted this wrong path? There's no money for wasteful nonsense anymore, people. The good ole days may not return. We have to get by on less. If the judges don't like the job, I'm sure they can make mo money in private practice, defending hoods and the obviously guilty. Maybe the ACLU has an opening...

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Billy 8 months ago on Jeffares recognized by conservative group

Sent this Senator several e-mails requesting assistance; he never answered one of them. If you Douglas haters needs someone to complain about...

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Billy 8 months, 1 week ago on 19-year-old killed, one wounded in Housing Authority shooting; 16-year-old taken into custody

There's violence because people are raised with no values, then told you can "do anything you want." Our freedom is shortly to be lost, because we as a people are not responsible enough to handle it. We tossed God out of our schools, and everything else, and expect the golden goose to keep laying her eggs. This is what happens when you tell the Almighty to take a hike. Get ready for a rough ride; you've voted for and supported the wrong things for 50 years. What you're now seeing on the tube, and in real life, is your payoff. Congrats...

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Billy 8 months, 1 week ago on Transporting into retirement: Skinner leaving city after 41 years

Probably not a good idea to show him in a pic of that worthless traffic circle on Turner Lake road. The money would have been better spent to move Clark Street and Brown's Bridge Rd into a unified, practical intersection, and four-lane Lake Turner from GA 81 to GA 278. All the circle does is make a huge traffic jam at rush hour, much, much worse than before they built it in 2009. That aside, congrats to Mr. Skinner; wish everyone in gov't was just like him...

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Billy 9 months ago on Dalton admits operating businesses without paying fees

I spent a large amount of money to have CPAs and Lawyers make sure my new business was lawful and complied with all known license requirements before I ever publicly conducted any business activity whatsoever. I don't know the details of the above councilman's situation, but my thing is to obey the law and be seen by any potential critic as doing so. I'm having my corp documents reviewed and rewritten by an attorney in Conyers even as we speak. Rich people always get extra breaks apart from us "normal" folk. I make sure I'm doing the right thing; the above expenses came out of my pocket, not business proceeds, and for the record, I'm not wealthy and have no outside investors. It was financially painful to do so, but I did it without a second thought. Granted, the gov't is not helpful for startups, and more of a hindrance than a help for established businesses, but businessmen, let's go out of our way to do the basic things: obtain licenses and pay our taxes. That's the absolute least we can do. Any elected official should set a mile high standard in business practices; anything less questions their motives and integrity, and in this day and age of worthless gov't, no elected person should be doing less than what the governments they themselves administer require and demand from the rest of us...

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Billy 9 months, 1 week ago on Man faces charges in April fatal crash on Ga. Highway 162

That's a very dangerous intersection, in a curve near a church. To make matters worse, the residents there unnecessarily and foolishly pull out in front of vehicles going 55 MPH on that road. Please be courteous and safe; being considerate might save you, your children, not to mention others, from a needless collision...

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Billy 9 months, 2 weeks ago on Deen's ex-husband: Former employee motivated by greed

PD is a vastly more a quality person than all the hypocrites that are complaining about her. While public figures ought to know better than say certain words in public, I'd sure like to hear what the hypocrites say in private. Bet it's even worse than anything Paula ever said in her life. Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson NOT racists? It's not about equality, it's about black power--always has been. If a simple apology by PD won't do, then you already know there's an agenda; they're not concerned with righting wrongs, but in persecuting and crucifying people. You can rest assured that all the people who had evil motives and actions will answer for it in the next life. Most times, those people also suffer in this life. You reap what you sow; if you sow racism and hypocrisy in an unmerciful way, don't expect fair treatment and blessings in life. The people on the other side are so filled with hate, they probably refuse to admit the above, but if they continue in their evil ways, the Almighty has a present for them. I would not want to be in their shoes when judgment comes...

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Billy 9 months, 2 weeks ago on Officials: Keep trash, yard waste out of storm system

This is common sense; it should already be being done. It's like good manners; if you have to tell someone...

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Billy 9 months, 3 weeks ago on Voting Rights decision will streamline precinct changes

Glad to see the hypocrites finally lose one. There hasn't been a poll tax since I've been alive, and I'm 51 years old. Good Riddance...

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