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"I'd never run for like City Council just to sit there and be the annoying one. I'd only consider running as part of a coalition running to make big changes."
That's a cheap cop out. Stand up and be the loyal opposition in a position that matters if you have something to say ... as you often do.
Dagonit ... I find myelf agreeing with Mr. Douglas again ... who'd have thought. Next thing ya know Rebublicans and Democrates will agree on tax reform; dogs and cats will live together in harmony and our city officials will stop gambling with my money.
Kriss ... well said. I've known Scott for 15 years or so and worked with him for years in numerous roles. His credibility with me is rock solid.
Sadly, this makes a murky situation with questionable due diligence even murkier. It’s really quite an unfortunate turn of events for everyone involved.
So ... just curious ... who pays for this fire man-made fire to be put out?
I think this is perhaps the most thoughtful (and thought provoking) piece I've ever read from Mr. Douglas ... who I have often found myself at odds with. I am a very strong proponent of a woman's right to choose ... and ... I find this to be a really interesting and powerful part of the intellectual and emotional puzzle.
Here, here Thomas! Well said!
John ... the things you mention were settled (for better or worse) with the criminal conviction a year ago ... this was entirely a civil suit regarding damages to individuals.
Sep wrote "I'm surprised this moron has survived 57 years." ... LOL ... funny, sad and I completely agree.
Well ... so much for Friday's verdict teaching a local not discharge a weapon inside the city limits.
Mr.Douglas = Hedda Hopper in slacks.
Tracey I agree with "I don't always agree with his opinions and conclusions, but I respect him for presenting his point of view.' But ... I find his delivery to be overtly 'snarky' and peppered with personal attacks and innuendo. For me it devalues his perspective.
Actually makes me pine for William F. Buckley Jr ... didn't agree with him but loved how he expressed it.
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