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Rikki Hall's article is only the tip of the iceberg, as evidenced by the article below which exposes ALEC(American Legislative Exchange Council):
This is, or should be, a call to arms, metaphorically. ALEC is a cancer on the economy of the country, one that can be expunged best byousting the legislators who introduced it, then passing new legislation to remove and prevent from happening again.
I find it exciting when a run for office brings out the Swift Boaters.
I find support for Charlie Thomas in a piece authored by Ms. Betty Bean in the Halls/Fountain City Shopper. In her article, Ms. Bean quotes Third District Council member Brenda Palmer and Council member Chris Woodhill.
From Brenda Palmer, she reported, " There were so many applicants for the interim seat, I expected that one or more would step up and run. But none of those people stepped up, and I think that releases him from any pledge he made. When there's an open seat it's always good to have competition."
From Mr. Woodhull: "I feel very comfortable with Charlie deciding to run and I don't think that violates the spirit of any promise."
Further in his remarks, Mr. Woodhull added, "If you only have one candidate it incites a kind of lethargy."
I found nothing to support Number9's contention but I did find support for a vibrant exchange of ideas.
Read Ms. Bean's Article for yourself: