Here’s How To Clean Out Bad Politicians

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A guy just has to know when he’s beaten! I have written thousands upon thousands of website articles in the last fifteen years or so and I really do tend to enjoy someone mentioning that my articles tend to be abrasive. Caustic is a good word too! If I had to choose between abrasive or caustic, I would have to go with caustic – it sound much more damaging.

crime-sceneI like attacking the crooks and cowards in DC as much as anyone I guess but it’s been really hard to choose the topic. Really, it is harder to choose when you have a choice of hundreds of evil deeds as compared to just two or three.

Wow, I’m way off course here. I wanted to write an article about what some sheriff’s around the country are doing about what they see as some pretty heavy-handed laws coming out of DC. Seems that I read our Sheriff, Sam Cochran, had a bit of an opinion on the matter. I will see if I can run down that article. Okay, let’s see…
While doing my research for the article I wanted to write, I found an article by a Dynamite Redhead by the name of Devvy Kidd. After spending a few hours reading her articles at, I decided I could not write anything better than her article “Here’s How To Clean Out Bad Politicians.”

Go read Devvy’s article. It will be worth your time. But, before you go, I am going to steal part of her article since she took it directly from Alabama law:

"The State of Alabama and all political subdivisions may not adopt or implement policy recommendations that deliberately or inadvertently infringe or restrict private property rights without due process, as may be required by policy recommendations originating in, or traceable to 'Agenda 21,' "

Got your interest yet? I hope so. Go read the article. Terry Platt, Editor Talk Of Semmes Semmes AL 36575


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