Member Home Builders Association Board of Directors
Member National Association of Home Builders
on one side you have Bill LaFortune and Kathy Taylor, two sides of
the same coin, both are mid-town puppets who will do the chambers
bidding. one is weak, the other is unknown, but neither will be good
"Prices had already lost some 4.5 usd last
week, pressured by news that US crude inventories have risen to 7-year
highs and by OPEC's decision to keep output levels unchanged despite
the crude oversupply."
99.76%... That's the chance that Kathy Taylor DID vote twice.
Couple that with the way she answered(?) the allegations, I think you
can throw the other .24% away.
"Let me say this, I do not believe that is true."
"I can tell you unequivocally, I would never have intentionally voted twice in two states."
And I thought Bill was a dancing monkey...
Dance monkey, DANCE!
Bartlesville is promoting their heritage, we should be too, instead we are tearing it down and replacing it with things that some mid-towners think we ought to be instead.
add that to the Muslims looking (and working to create the entry point for) the 12th Imam
There are so many things wrong with this story, Im having a hard time determining who the victims are.
The recruiters said they had to have sex to join marines?!? Are the girls THAT stupid? One even went back three times?
looks like the council has finally swung Tulsa's
way (Henderson, Westcott, Turner, Mautino & Eagleton, with a
couple of other races still to be decided, leaving Christianson &
Martinson(?) to make a gang of two). unfortunatly now we are stuck with
two choices for mayor, a Susan Savage clone, or a yellow-bellied sap
Tayor says she wants to help Tulsa, yet I want to know what her definition of Tulsa is.
LaFortune Has shown very little spine in the last 4 years, and was pushed by which ever side was strongest, right now with the way the council is shaping up they will have the power if LaFortune is re-elected.
That being said, hold your nose and pull the lever for Bill, cause it's better to go with the devil you know...
...and here are my choices for Mayor & City Council
Mayor - Chris Medlock (Republican)
District 1 - Jack Henderson (Democrat, Incumbent)
District 2 - Rick Westcott (Republican)
District 3 - Roscoe Turner (Democrat, Incumbent)
District 5 - Al Nichols (Democrat)
District 6 - Jim Mautino (Republican, Incumbent)
District 7 - John Eagleton (Republican)
District 8 - Cliff Magee (Republican)
It is vital that for the future of Tulsa, that we get representation that will look out for the whole of Tulsa,
not just midtown and the suburbs. It is time that committies are
populated with more than people from Midtown and south Tulsa. We need
leadership that will put Tulsa and its problems first. I believe these
men will do just that. Tulsa is at a vital turning point, it has taken
15 years to get us into this mess, it will take that long to get us
out, but we have to start digging now!
Primary Elections are March 7th
General Elections are April 4th
Please be aware that some of these races will be determined in the Primary Election, so please go out and vote!
even the sun is wanting to get in on the action
Truth is, while we should be good stewards of the earth we are on, there is nothing that man can do to it that God wouldnt allow to happen.
or just don't care...
The most requested stories from KTUL's website: (Notice the dates of the stories)
Man Found Shot To Death Near 51st & Memorial (Sunday March 05, 2006 5:31pm)
read 10256 times
Two People Killed Near Stroud
read 9802 times
Gay Teen Sues School Over Alleged Assault
read 7138 times
Woman Injured In Overnight Shooting
read 4998 times
Tulsa Woman Plans To Send Husband's Remains Into Space
read 4822 times
Taylor Convicted Of 2nd Degree Murder In Sheriff's Death
read 2958 times
Sunday Grass Fires Scorch Hundreds Of Acres (Monday March 06, 2006 7:53am)
read 2822 times
Taylor Says She's Found The Other 'Kathy Taylor' (Friday March 03, 2006 10:45pm)
read 1894 times
On a related note, Batesline has an excellent analysis of the story.
Heres another interesting article concerning RFID tags (via a slashdot article), combine that with Ritz Cameras RDIF Accelerated Checkout, and MasterCard's new PayPass. The road is being paved for a cashless society that will be required for the end times...
Revelation 13:17: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.
While pondering the upcoming primarys and general election, there are five possible results.
1) A Reformist Mayor and a Reformist City Council
2) A Reformist Mayor and a Good Ol Boy Controlled City Council
3) A Good Ol Boy Controlled Mayor and a Reformist Council
4) A Good Ol Boy Controlled Mayor and a Good Ol Boy Controlled City Council
5) A Spineless Mayor and a Reformist Council
of those results #1 is Tulsa's best chance for a turn around, followed by #5.
If Mayor LaFortune makes his way past the primary, his track record of not showing any spine would be a benefit if the City Council is composed of reform minded people. who want to actually help the whole of Tulsa, and not just midtown/downtown/the suburbs.
Im sure some of you have received the post card encouraging you to "Vote NO" on Proposition #1 concerning zoning.
The first thing that is obvious is that nowhere on the card does it say who
paid for this little piece of propaganda. It is apparent who is behind
it though just with the verbiage that they use "Anti-Growth city
councilors" & " Conflict and Chaos on the City Council". They also
claim it will "undermine the basic American concept of representative
government and majority rule."
Either they dont understand the concept or they are outright lying.
Here's how the changes will work:
If there is a sufficient protest to a zoning change (at least 20% of the people on the lots subject to the rezoning or 50% of landowners within 300 feet of the parcel to be rezoned), then the the charter would require a super majority of the council to pass the change. If there is no (or insufficient) protest, a SIMPLE MAJORITY is all that will be required.
Just how does that undermine anyone but developers who want to run
roughshod over neighborhoods? ... I guess I just answered my own question.
Vote YES on proposition #1 March 7th