Are you sick of inflation, high prices, wars, jobs leaving our country, uncertainty, markets crashing and politicians pandering their way into office and once there, forgetting their sworn promise to uphold the Constitution?
This year, we finally have a solution.
I urge you to visit www.RonPaul2008.com and see for yourself. Say “No” to “We the Government” and “We the Media,” and “Yes” to restoring America to “We the People.”
Please vote for Ron Paul in the Republican primary on March 4, and prove that freedom is popular.
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I would like to remind the voters of Parker County to vote Feb. 19-29 for early voting or March 4 for the Primary.
One of the offices that will be decided March 4 is the office of the tax assessor-collector.
This office needs a change for the BETTER! It is lacking the great customer service that we deserve and has lost many years of experienced clerks.
There is a $1.5 million dollar lawsuit pending against Mr. Lippincott/Parker County in Federal Court. Out of 14 positions, there are only four employees left that started working for Mr. Lippincott in 2001. For an office that seldom had an opening, there has been great turn-over since 2001.
Mrs. King had two large signs missing from Kelly Road in Aledo last week. In Lippincott’s response he noted that the right-of-way disclaimer was missing from Mrs. Kings signs.
Thanks to Mr. Lippincott for pointing out the error, which now can be corrected by the manufacturer since it was their error; but I would like to know how can you read the disclaimer without being right up on the signs or having one in your sight?
During the last campaign, a banner was stolen from a heavy equipment dealership along Interstate 20, which was hung on a semi-trailer. Looks like Mr. Lippincott and/or his supporters are the ones trying to generate some controversy.