5.03.2007

More Jacksboro Politics


Full ad here. (pdf format)

Campaign Rule #212: Attacking an entire church is generally not a good idea.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Doesn't the fact that he says, "I do not and can not live in Jacksboro" resolve the whole issue?

He's actually paid to take out an ad in which he makes a "You can't handle the truth" moment.

What a moron!

Anonymous said...

Is he accusing a church of oppression in Jacksboro? He is making himself of target of ridicule.

Anonymous said...

"I do not and cannot live in Jacksboro like most residents do."

"...I am a factual and legal resident of Jacksboro."

"Even if I wasn't, by TEXAS LAW, I do not have to be to qualify for being elected until May 12, 2007."

Wow.

Anonymous said...

Oh well, some of the ad may have been an eye opener for some. Who knows?

But the PS pretty well shot the guy in his own foot.

:-~

Anonymous said...

He doesn't sound like the smartest guy in the world but he does make some very valid points in the early parts of the ad. At least he had the courage to tell it like it is.

Anonymous said...

Help stamp out and abolish redundancy.

Anonymous said...

Damn. And I thought the political wizards in RAB could stir the pot. They need to take some lessons from these Jacksboro goobs.

Anonymous said...

ya gotta LOVE local politics!!

Anonymous said...

Why can't a church be attacked or at least questioned? What makes church immune to such inquiries?

He has got a point, churches acquire and build wealth via land holdings and other means and hide behind their tax exempt status.

Don't act holier than thou because you think your church is perfect just because it has the word "church" on the sign or claims to be one. Your stomach would turn if you knew what goes on in local churches while the flock is away.

Anonymous said...

Hey 11:19 - touch a nerve perhaps?

Anonymous said...

11:19, you seem to be defending a position that nobody has attacked.

Be careful, that that ax you're grinding is sharp.

Anonymous said...

11:19 is correct! Those who just enjoy being part of the "flock" have no real idea of the business end of church matters. Not always "Christian" attitudes and comments come from those matters.
Scary!

Anonymous said...

CUNDIFF-CRAFTON (disciples of Jack County) READ THE TELEPHONE #, IT WAS 940-507-1850. U made it to the better side, call the number and complain, don't type on "our Wise County Messenger site for JUSTICE."
Next up, MZCHIEF.......come on..

Anonymous said...

8:13 - so true - a church meeting can get just as ugly as any other.

Sweet spirits go out the door if the money isn't coming in.

:-0