Tuesday, March 18, 2008


Even Matthew Hill's Supporters Disagree With Him

Here’s a stay-at-home-blogger who is not too excited about Hill’s so-called attempt at DUI punishment reform.
The blogger also discussed Hill’s stupid waste of taxpayers' funds with his “Protecting English in the Workplace” bill. This is why he has a Christian Republican opponent this year. While Washington County loses out on road funding, Hill wastes his time on trying to pass laws that accomplish absolutely nothing. He is a clueless Sullivan Countian who also happens to be a U.S. military protestor. Plus, this looks like another example of government intruding into the private sector yet again. It’s pretty clear that Hill has never owned his own real business. I’m looking forward to a new rep this year, that’s for sure.
In other news, I think it’s is pretty funny that Jerome Cochran is trying to get his old seat back. I’m sure Gregory wants his puppet back in office. Like Hill, Cochran is good at getting little done. Here’s proof from the man that beat Cochran:
Following the meeting, Williams stood by his comments. “When I was first elected I went to TDOT to ask about the Northern Connector and they could not even find a file on it. That told me what the status was.”
I also thought that Ramsey had an interesting quote:
With a nod to the Democrats, Ramsey said his relationship with Bredesen has been good. “It is so nice to have a governor in the mold of Ned McWherter, who knows how to work with both sides and knows how to say ‘no’ and not make people mad,” Ramsey said.
More Proof That Hill Needs To Be Replaced

It sure seems ironic that U.S. military protester Matthew Hill talks about being proud of those who served in the U.S. military.
Journalists are taught to write in the inverted pyramid style, putting the most important information first and the least important information last. That is why I find it telling that Matthew Hill’s plans are the very last part of this story about our area’s representatives.
I find this story’s quote about Matthew Hill pretty telling too. The story was about accomplishments by area legislators in the 105th Assembly:
Attempts to reach Rep. Matthew Hill, R-Jonesborough, were unsuccessful.
If you want a change, vote for Todd Smith.

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