citytoobusy 
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Re: “Reforming the Fulton County Commission will take more than good intent

@Real world - I wish I could agree with you on the Norwood thing, but missing the filing deadline? I'm pretty sure that is the most basic, simple part of running. I'm not buying any of their "oh but we thought blah blah" Perhaps you or your campaign should've actually looked it up.

There's your incompetence example. However, by no means do I think anyone else on the commission is competent. Queen Emma is the embodiment of what is wrong.

Posted by citytoobusy on 07/27/2010 at 2:24 PM

Re: “Reforming the Fulton County Commission will take more than good intent

Don't forget the awesome classiness of that ad that ran in the 2006 election.

"This is Congressman John Lewis."
"And I'm Mayor Shirley Franklin"
"And I'm Andy Young"
Lewis: "On November 7th we face the most dangerous situation we ever have. If you think fighting off dogs and water hoses in the '60s was bad, imagine if we sit idly by and let the right-wing Republicans take control of the Fulton County Commission."
Franklin: "The efforts of Martin and Coretta King, Hosea Williams, Maynard Jackson and many others will be lost. That's why we must stand up and we must turn out the vote for the Democrats on Election Day."
Young: "And especially for John Eaves for Fulton County Commission chairman. Unless you want them to turn back the clock on equal rights and human rights and economic opportunity for all of us, vote for John Eaves as Fulton County chairman."
Lewis: "Your very life may depend on it."
Eaves: "This message paid for by the committee to elect John Eaves."

Atlanta - The City Too Busy To Hate?

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Posted by citytoobusy on 07/26/2010 at 11:45 PM

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