Wednesday, July 4, 2012


Anonymous said...

Sad to say this. But this is one picture you will never see in a DeKalb government or school facility.
These guys deserve our everlasting gratitude for producing and signing their names to one of the most important, influental and couragous documents in history.
I urge all citizens to reread this document. Link to text is:
Note that the first column of signatures is the Georgia delegation. God bless 'em all!
Happy 4th guys and gals!

Anonymous said...

Not only will you not see this photo regarding Dekalb County Government, but you will not see this photo regarding the United States of America.

Our country has hit the skids for many years and is continuing to do so. Who ever said that the USA was a country of FREEDOM? We really haven't been free for many years when Big Brother is constantly watching over each one of us.

Now we have a health care system which is adding more rules, laws and regulations, taxes for this, that and the other with no end in sight.

Our founding fathers are probably rolling over in the graves for seeing what has transpired in the last 100 years or so.

All we can do is hope and pray that a large group of our notorious idiots lose their butts in the upcoming elections and maybe, just maybe, some good might come out of it all. All one can do is pray and vote.

There is an old phrase....."When a person who cannot make it in the private sector, that person runs for public office and screws things up further".

Go vote people !!!!!

Anonymous said...

Officer involved shooting at east this morning.

Anonymous said...

When we were in the academy then Lt. Helms, gave a lesson on the branches of government and their proper function. It was the best lecture out of the whole academy. We have strayed a long way of course ladies and gentlemen and the ones wearing badges will continue to be the ones taking the brunt of our societal decline. Thankyou and be careful because it's not going to get any better anytime soon, if at all.

Anonymous said...

So, do we really any inovative members on our pension board? How about the same for our many, many investment advisors who collect nice fees from us...just curious.