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10:48 am on Saturday, May 25, 2013
Why then David...was there only one person with you're belief in attendance at this particular meeting....the opportunity was there for EQUAL participation, and frankly I was dissapointed that more folks with you're mind set were not present....the education opportunity was missed...Constitution responsibility and Commissioner responsibility are different indeed..
9:35 am on Saturday, May 25, 2013
You are correct JoAnn...Shoemaker was a staunch Democrat that flipped to get elected as Mayor of Hampstead....wishful thinking about the learning curve..
9:27 am on Saturday, May 25, 2013
Funny...how the Hampstead Eminent Domain use has gone quiet...a violation that has been allowed to occur right under the noses of Patriot and Tea Party citizens...and at an expense of potentially over a million local tax dollars...worst kind of violation locally..
9:20 am on Saturday, May 25, 2013
The United States Constitution, however, contains a simple requirement in Article VI, Clause 3 that “the Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the Members of the several State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution.” Not to king or ruler, or even to President or to Congress or the Supreme Court, but to the United States Constitution.
9:14 am on Saturday, May 25, 2013
I would have to say that based on the fact that Heather Macintosh chooses to ignore the real reasons associated with student performance and sleep, that her mission , while I'm certain has good intent, is only half heart effort....
9:03 am on Saturday, May 25, 2013
This resolution is a very important maintenance step that offers hope and protection for the Constitution...I can only hope that other violations, such as the Eminent Domain land grab the Shoemaker concocted receive the same effort...politics or position should not allow the Hampstead Government to bully their way by the use of eminent domain in a way that in fact violates the Constitution. .. I have challenged Shoemaker to speak to this debacle, but for some reason he chooses to lurk in the shadows...watching him speak at Wednesdays great event seemed to show a different face...two face perhaps...
Protecting the Constitution is an all in effort that must be made equally in order to truly be effective....Great job on this one Commissioners !
8:44 am on Saturday, May 25, 2013
I'm the first to admit that I have been very critical of many decisions that have been made by this BOC...they really have pulled a number of dumb stunts, but this Resolution was adopted out of the legal requirements and responsibility individually to protect and uphold the Constitution. They each swore an oath to function in this manner. The Constitution is in fact the highest law of the land, and the requirements of these elected public servants are being fulfilled to the best of their collective ability....an action that goes beyond the position of Commissioner that is respected by me.
8:35 am on Saturday, May 25, 2013
JoeEldersurg..write something that speaks to the topic here...statements like that really make you sound like a goofball...you can do better..
8:32 am on Saturday, May 25, 2013
What could possibly be embarrassing about perfectly natural...instinctive human being rights..?..could you please explain WestMonster?
2:08 pm on Friday, May 24, 2013
Almost seems that when groups with good intent get so focused on a mission that can't really accomplish it's ultimate goal...some sort of denial settles regarding issues that truely could make a positive difference. I believe that if groups that seek change in government function could allow themselves the ability to re-focus as the real problems become clear...(as a result of their own actions)...things would begin to improve for more than just students. Sleep patterns are mostly effected by what is put into the body...and the amount of exercise that the body gets...no brainer..
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