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Triad of Tyranny Remains Intact

by pete on November 29, 2010

                                                            Triad of Tyranny Remains Intact

     As we all know Joe Skinner retained his rank within this county’s Triad of Tyranny.  As I said in an earlier blog post I was stunned by his ability to outright lie even before the news cameras.  His statement on the Six o’clock news the week before the election that “he believes in urban planning but ONLY from the grass roots up”! You have to give him credit; just like his first run where he promised to protect our property rights, there were thousands of voters gullible enough to buy it again.  How long do you think it will take this time for him to start up again with his Ruler’s law?

     I found it quite interesting that in the November 12th edition of the Belgrade News there was an article written by Annne Millbrooke wherein she stated, “Earlier this year the three republican county commissioners – acting upon the advice of the county’s republican election administrator – ignored the requirement in state law to equalize the number of voters in the county’s precincts.”  Let us also remember that it was democrats voting in the republican primary that gave Joe the votes to beat out Scott Sales who was clearly the favorite amongst true republicans.  Ignore the law about re-districting, a republican (?) voted in by democrats, “urban planning but only from the grass roots up”?  My bet is that he will hit the ground running this time.  There won’t even be a pause to pretend that he is going to honor his oath or his words.  I fully expect that he, and his fellow Triad teammates, will move quickly and aggressively to re-assert their “whims of men”, Ruler’s Law policy of government.

     I am sure I will have a lot to write about!

Pete Rothing

“To educate a man in mind and not in morals is to educate a menace to society.”  Theodore Roosevelt.

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