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sad Flailing liberal Chatham BOE candidate Del Turner plays the race card
Today at 09:06:59 AM by zorro
You know a liberal feels that they are losing when they decide to play the race card.

Saw this on the schools section of the BBS

Looks like one of the "Starkweather 5", liberal school board candidate candidate Del Turner has decided to play the race card toward the end of her presentation at the Moncure candidate's forum

http://youtu.be/BGh0GxMzLmY?t=4m27s

Guess she thinks she can't win on merit (BTW, falling asleep in school board meetings is not a merit)
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xx I wholeheartedly endorse Mia Munn for the Chatham School Board
Today at 08:26:34 AM by Gene Galin
I wholeheartedly endorse Mia Munn for the Chatham School Board

If you're going to vote today, later next week or on election day please cast a vote for Mia Munn for Chatham County school board district #3.

Mia Munn at the Moncure candidates' forum
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/QrQ5X7E7oNU&amp;rel=0" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/v/QrQ5X7E7oNU&amp;rel=0</a>
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xx Karen Howard vs Karen Howard
October 23, 2014, 10:04:14 PM by Muddylaces
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/sDwNQt4tDy8&amp;rel=0" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/v/sDwNQt4tDy8&amp;rel=0</a>







Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tvlsb9ZNoFA&list=UUXXm55mS59LhwcYxHWNtxwQ
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xx Truth Serum
October 23, 2014, 07:59:09 AM by Muddylaces
I think if we had Richard Webster under truth serum the poster would be surprised to know who he is voting for in the commissioner race.   While we're at it put Mike Cross under the same truth serum.   


Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2014 08:51:31 -0400
From:
Subject: Boiliong down the Election in Chatham County

Folks, we can make it simple: Commissioner Bock was the former chairman of the Chatham County Republican Party and he is the quarterback for the Red Team.

Hales and Crawford are on the "Blue Ballot" and they are members of the "Blue Team".

On a local level we can filter out the fear and simply say one side has a conservative view of governance and one side has a more progressive view.

One side supported our native son Speaker Joe Hackney when he was our representative, while the other side did not.

One side likes Congressman David Price, loved Congressman Bobby Etheridge, and supports Clay Aiken for the 2nd district, while the other side likes Congresswoman Renee Ellmers and challenger Paul Wright, who opposes affordable healthcare.

One side likes Sen. Valerie Foushee and Rep. Robert  Reives, while the other side pushes for Mary Lopez-Carter and Andy Wilkie.

And finally, one side proudly has Sheriff Richard Webster on the ballot again and the other side presents the choice of Larry Meadows.

I advise all folks to do their research, get to know the issues, and vote.

I hope to see you at the polls this fall.

Democratically Yours,


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wink Diana Hales Greatest Accomplishment? Coming from California to get a man!
October 23, 2014, 12:02:20 AM by zorro
I didn't believe this when I saw it, but liberal Diana Hales starts off her introduction by claiming she came from Southern California to find a husband. And she did. (Nervous laughter from the crowd.)

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/leF3QmAgb_8&amp;rel=0" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/v/leF3QmAgb_8&amp;rel=0</a>


This seems to be her greatest accomplishment.  Upside the head



Listen carefully and you will hear that she is against fracking and attends LOTS of meeting, most of them outside the county. Oh, and she's concerned about the weather.

BTW, what kind of cars do Diana and her husband drive. And if she REALLY cares about being "carbon neutral" shouldn't they only be driving ONE car?

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xx Graybeal's feeble attempt to convince us he is not racist
October 22, 2014, 11:49:43 PM by zorro
From this morning's Chatham Chatlist -

Date: Tue, 21 Oct 2014 16:35:39 -0400
From: John Graybeal
Subject: False Charges from Heather Johnson


Using a half quote and completely ignoring the context, Heather Johnson's Tuesday post  engineers a complete distortion of what I said in July about how to get out the vote.

My July email attached an article from the Washington Post written by Melissa Michelson who, with Lisa Garcia Bedolla, had written a book entitled "Mobilizing Inclusion."  That book describes research finding that "repeated personal contacting" is the key to getting out the vote even if such contacts "have little or no impact on their underlying attitudes about public issues."  Michelson said, "It is the social interaction itself that seems to matter."  The article went ahead to say that "most interestingly, messages designed to appeal to ethnic or racial solidarities aren't more effective than general appeals to 'civic duty' or other broad concerns."  In other words, the research seemed to show, whatever we think about it, that contacts with minority or ethnic groups that stressed racial or ethnic solidarity didn't enhance voter turnout over what the contact alone would have produced.  

Although Ms. Johnson omitted it, my email started by saying "experiments show that personal contact is the key to getting people to vote."  She then turns my phrase, "no particular appeal to that group is required," into a charge that I advocate not discussing issues with minority voters.  My phrase, however was simply an attempt to say that the research found voter contact was not enhanced by appeals to racial or ethnic solidarity.  That has nothing to do with discussion of political issues.

On behalf of her Bock/Petty/Stewart slate Ms. Johnson will not be able to find evidence that I have advocated not discussing real issues, as opposed to her false issues, with anyone.  Indeed, regarding the dissolution of Chatham's affordable housing program, which Commissioner Bock expressed he was "proud of" at the September 23 debate, I have frequently pointed out the disproportionate adverse effect of that action on lower-income and minority citizens.

I believe that the Democratic candidates for the Board of Commissioners --- Diana Hales, Jim Crawford and Karen Howard --- are best prepared to implement the goals and values of All Chatham County citizens.

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xx Mystery noise pollution
October 22, 2014, 04:08:43 PM by thudded
I live close to the Rocky River off of Rives Chapel Ch Road on top of one of the ridges near the church.  The river is a stroll through the woods north of me (adjacent property).

There has been some large loud machinery-made irritating whining noise going on all day for weeks now somewhere nearby (seems to be coming from the north side of the river) but we can't seem to figure out what it is or where it is  It's almost as if a large drilling operation was going on.   Surely they are not exploring the area already for gas!  Does anyone have any ideas?  Maybe coming from the Pleasant Hill Ch.Road area? 
It does not sound like a logging operation.
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xx Vollerweather Sighting
October 22, 2014, 01:52:43 PM by Everett McGill
Found a cool site.  It will take a front face shot of any two people and Morph the two into a merged face.  

Here is my take on what a Vollerweather looks like:

http://www.morphthing.com/image/83142687-randy-voller-jpg-JeffreyStarkweather2-jpg?key=1b851de48fd37e603b7fd6b2b924bfd4
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xx Just Wanted to say....
October 22, 2014, 01:39:12 PM by beinginferior
THANK YOU, to Jack Stevens and Gene, for taking their own time and recording these events so we can all see them. Your selfless dedication is not lost upon me. Much obliged!
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xx CORA Food Drive
October 22, 2014, 12:46:19 PM by chatterbox



We are having a FOOD DRIVE to benefit the Chatham County CORA Food Pantry. We will be collecting now through the week of December 20th.


It's that time of the year to start thinking about getting our local pantry stocked up for the holidays. Please tell your family, friends and neighbors to stop by these convenient locations listed below to drop off their donations between the hours of 9-5.  Please see the list of items listed they are in need for below.



Chatham Homes Realty - 490 West Street, Pittsboro

 Chatham Homes Realty - 111 Siler Crossing, Siler City


This is a list of what they are asking for though all other donations will be accepted.


Mac and Cheese and other Pasta Varieties
Canned Tuna & Salmon
Canned Ham
Canned Fruit (lite)
Canned Soups
Canned Veggies: Collard Greens, Mixed Greens, Tomatoes and Potatoes
Canned or Dried Beans
Dried Milk
Jiffy Baking Mix
Corn Flour and Corn Meal
Grits
Boxed Cereal: Healthy Low Sugar
Paper Goods
Toiletries

 

NO Glass Containers Please


 























CORA Food Pantry Food Drive

on: October 16, 2013, 10:51:15 AM




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We are having a FOOD DRIVE to benefit the Chatham County CORA Food Pantry. We will be collecting now through the week of December 20th.


It's that time of the year to start thinking about getting our local pantry stocked up for the holidays. Please tell your family, friends and neighbors to stop by these convenient locations listed below to drop off their donations between the hours of 9-5.  Please see the list of items listed they are in need for below.



 Chatham Homes Realty - 490 West Street, Pittsboro

 Chatham Homes Realty - 111 Siler Crossing, Siler City


This is a list of what they are asking for though all other donations will be accepted.


Mac and Cheese and other Pasta Varieties
Canned Tuna & Salmon
Canned Ham
Canned Fruit (lite)
Canned Soups
Canned Veggies: Collard Greens, Mixed Greens, Tomatoes and Potatoes
Canned or Dried Beans
Dried Milk
Jiffy Baking Mix
Corn Flour and Corn Meal
Grits
Boxed Cereal: Healthy Low Sugar

 

NO Glass Containers Please


 This is a wonderful organization that distributes all donations to needy families throughout Chatham County. Please stop by one of the two locations and make a food donation.

Thank you and Happy Holidays!
 











CORA Food Pantry Food Drive

on: October 16, 2013, 10:51:15 AM

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We are having a FOOD DRIVE to benefit the Chatham County CORA Food Pantry. We will be collecting now through the week of December 20th.


It's that time of the year to start thinking about getting our local pantry stocked up for the holidays. Please tell your family, friends and neighbors to stop by these convenient locations listed below to drop off their donations between the hours of 9-5.  Please see the list of items listed they are in need for below.



 Chatham Homes Realty - 490 West Street, Pittsboro

 Chatham Homes Realty - 111 Siler Crossing, Siler City


This is a list of what they are asking for though all other donations will be accepted.


Mac and Cheese and other Pasta Varieties
Canned Tuna & Salmon
Canned Ham
Canned Fruit (lite)
Canned Soups
Canned Veggies: Collard Greens, Mixed Greens, Tomatoes and Potatoes
Canned or Dried Beans
Dried Milk
Jiffy Baking Mix
Corn Flour and Corn Meal
Grits
Boxed Cereal: Healthy Low Sugar
Paper Products
Toiletries

 NO Glass Containers Please

Thank you so much!!
 










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