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Re: “Womack and the case of the vanishing blog entries

Nothing like liberal bias. This must be part of the attempt by the Left-Wing MSM to attack Senator Berger and republican leaders for the sole purpose of tearing them down? Surely IndyWeek doesn't have a problem with the First Amendment.

If the IndyWeek had an ounce of journalistic integrity, this would be their lead story.....
http://www.wral.com/asset/news/state/nccap…

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Posted by George on 02/22/2013 at 2:12 PM

Re: “Fracking chief Jim Womack attacks his enemies from the foxhole of his anonymous blog

Now that would be a story, to find out that the author of Fresh Brewed Conservatism has ever posted anonymously. To allege such is just... silly!

Ethics: what democrats and journalists are devoid.

I begin to grow heartily tired of the etiquette and nonsense so fashionable in this city.
-George Mason , May 27, 1787

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Posted by George on 02/21/2013 at 2:43 PM

Re: “Fracking chief Jim Womack attacks his enemies from the foxhole of his anonymous blog

Great article. It brings out all the incompetent democrats to attack the guy that is cleaning their clock regularly.

Former County Commissioner Chairman Richard Hayes who was so poorly thought of by constituents that he couldn't run for re-election.

City Council members who are upset that Womack is going to force them to be fiscally responsible. A Mayor that can't get her veteran Police Chief to stop drug dealers and prostitution a mere three blocks from City Hall and a scant few blocks from the Mayor's home.

Liberal School Board members like John Bonardi and Lynn Smith who cannot prevent their Superintendent, Jeff Moss, from directing an unethical and unprofessional profanity-laced tirade towards a PTO officer, in a public forum no less. All the while Supt Moss socially promotes children so graduation rates increase to cover up their failure that graduates must take remedial courses in math and English to enter college. Then, you find a democrat from San Francisco to speak on ethics. That's just too rich.

Good luck on your interview with Media Matters, they could not have concocted a better hit piece on such an honorable, conservative and Christian man as Jim Womack.

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Posted by George on 02/21/2013 at 2:22 AM

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