Quickly, Feb. 24
February 23, 2013 11:04PM
Updated: March 25, 2013 6:40AM
After his ridiculous alibis, endless appeals and waste of taxpayers’ time and money, all Mr. Philpot got was 18 months? You call that justice served? The sentence should have been one year per $1,000 he had taken — 24 years.
I lost $245 at Gordon
Food Service and a customer found it in the parking lot
and turned it in. There are
lots of honest people out there. I just wish I knew who this one was.
Some times seem almost unbearable, but it still beats the alternative.
I was also the victim of meat that was very nice on the outside but black on the inside. I took it back for a refund. The cost of meat is so high I don’t think we should settle for garbage.
Judges should not live in the cities they serve. Judges lives and the lives of their families are often threatened by the people they sentence. If a judge must live in the city they work in, why is it all right for street department employees to live anywhere?
You ask how can town officials allow litter on U.S. 30? How about asking how can parents allow their precious wonders to do whatever they want? How about jailing the parents and kids? Lay off the town!
Congratulations to the Justice Department for snaring Jesse Jackson Jr. and his wife for stealing $750,000 of campaign fund money. Now let’s go after the bankers who stole untold millions and billions and ran our country into the ground financially.
Run, Jesse, run. Too late. Now do the time.