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BISD Bond Election

November 7, 2009

The taxpayers have once again taken it in the pocketbook – it is time that we start looking at the next election where we can remove these officials from office.  They no longer represent our interests.

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  1. Chuck Ellis permalink
    November 7, 2009 6:38 pm

    There is not one thing now going on in Washington D.C. that had NOT been an going situation in Bell County with the County Judge and County commissioners for several years before B.H.O. purchased his U.S. Presidency. If the people of Bell County cannot be awaken from their slumber during a violent local financial rape, what chance do we have against the National Media and the lobbiest in Washington? One construction Company “Skanka” has now completely defeated the peoples voice and vote and totally monopolizes the vast majority of the tax revenue in this County. Will our local news papers report on this abuse or even do investigative reporting on the outright lies put forth by the offenders. Just like NBC, CBS, ABC etc. However we don’t even have a Fox news.

    • November 7, 2009 11:08 pm

      Chuck – you need to understand that “this is Bell County” – so the regular rules of fair play simply do not apply. I share your concerns. Many folks have told me that I should simply move out of the County. Personally, I prefer to stay and fight. In time, we will change things. For beginners, we can use websites like this to ensure our positions are made clear to local politicos and others.

  2. November 8, 2009 2:35 pm

    You could be right, but so far in the 9th inning with no one on base 3 balls, and 2 strikes, score 10 to O, we have not so much as made one ounce of progress against the elected and appointed. The state keep stepping in and helping the offenders. Our State attorney General approves illegal funding. Where is the light at the end of the tunnel? Even the school bond was lowered by $9.0 and the state steps in and gives the school district under the cover the missing $9 million for the local tax payers to repay.

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