No need to silence Mr. Murray as his ilk create their own form of a gag reflex and noise cancelling speech.His brand of endangered species warrants protection since being curious about him and others like him ensures he survives as a reminder of hate and why it exists.
I would asked that my future representatives show no interest in partisan politics and actually no longer have a majority nor minority in the General Assembly. Any ties that happen in the voting process would be settled by a revote, once then twice. Should a tie remain, the bill is then tabled until next year. My coldest regards for politicians that put their party over the people.
Forget voter fraud as the problem; what is the point of voting at all with judges and legislators in the way of fair, equitable districts?
are we prisoners also of this system that serves the few?
From these headlines, I understand that being elected is no longer its own reward. It has mostly been to punish the losing party and create court cases, all at taxpayer expense. This behavior gets repeated every four years or so because winners hope to hear whiners cry a loser's lament. Voters are left with the childish ideas of politicians whose actions are more to seem than to be.
crazy is as crazy does. To expect a government without controversy is like having a ball of string with no tangles. If my pet cat gets involved with the string, it will never get untangled.
Coldest regards to radio un-free WFAY and to administration of ECU. Reading the riot act to band members and a refusal to broadcast a football game over a protest by some students makes me wonder why those self evident truths I learned about are not as important as knowing that those folks in "charge" remain true to the evils of censorship. Protests in many forms are as patriotic as any song,. as American as any oath and as topical as any holiday celebrating freedom. For those uneducated, like myself, please send me a list of rules to follow beyond those written by the rich hyper-educated elitist slave owner signers of our Constitution. Glenn Maughan. ECU class '85
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