I'm from Kentucky and Mr. Patton's skank is sooooooo ugly (from the crowd,
"How ugly is she"). She's so ugly I thought that I was looking at one of
my sister's dogs.
Duckman: Corny, what have I done?
Cornfed: When compared to Mozart, not a hell of a lot.
Munch 3:16 says don't dip your wick in the company ink
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> Hey, I hear ya!
> okerry>just don't know what it would take to make these folks clean up
> SteaHoover <steahoo...@aol.com> wrote in message
> > I couldn't keep myself from laughing so hard yesterday. The Governor
> > Kentucky Paul Patton (not sure of name) was giving a press conference
> > his sniveling little eyes out because he got caught having an affair. I
> > know all of the circumstances regarding this situation but, I couldn't
> > myself. He was blabbering on and on that he hurt his family and brought
> > upon them. Why is it these politicians that get caught always end up
> > Don't they realize they're hurting them while carrying on through the
> > Apparently the lady he was having the affair with owned a nursing home
> > state went in and cited her for a lot of violations forcing her to shut
> > Now, something smells fishy here to me. If it's found out he had
> regulators go
> > in and harass her for no good reason he should be forced to resign. And
> > take this as a Republican or Democrat issue which he is a Democrat as a
> > political one, it's not. It's a moral one and frankly I think he should
> > even if it didn't effect his performance as the Governor. It's time we
> > nation get tough with our elected leaders and expect reasonable behavior
> > if it's personal related. No one needs to be perfect but, I can go
> through a
> > list of elected officials and find ones that exhibit good behavior on
> > from the job. Monday I've decided to register as an independent voter
> > switching from Republican. I'm tired of the same old, same old
> > for the candidate that best serves everyone's issues rather than just
> > few.