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Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by Mexdeaf, Jan 19, 2011.
Theologically correct, yes. Right to say it qua governor, probably not, unless I missed the memo that the US was a theocracy.
The good Dr. Bentley is a thief. He stole the election with the help of the Teacher's Union doing a lot of cross over voting during the run off. Teacher's Unions have become powerful but dangerous entities in the United States.
What ever happened to politicians who represented all the people? Used to be the first thing after any election the winners would be talking about healing the divide of the election and how they now had to represent everyone, even those who voted against them. Now we have politicians from POTUS on down who instead say things like, “We will remember who supported us and who opposed us.”
Doesn’t this governor now represent all the citizens of Alabama?
I guess it went away the same time, “Even if you didn’t vote for him you should respect the office,” did.
I suppose this applies to his family and relatives?