jljustis

jljustis 2 years, 3 months ago on Propeller asks for delay of airport vote

Go ahead and table the vote. Put this under legal review for violation of the contract process. Mr. Smith overstepped his bounds going to the court of public opinion in this matter. He has the right to challenge the county review in court; but, not in the court of public opinion. Once the county has determined that the contract process has been legally violated by Propeller Investments, disbar the company from participating in future contracts.

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jljustis 2 years, 3 months ago on Propeller asks for delay of airport vote

Propeller Investments has no place playing politics. They have submitted their proposal. Stay out of the process. Mr. Smith should not be trying to influence the voters of Gwinnett. He should not pretend that he in any way represents citizens from the First District. If Mr. Smith disagrees with the review by the County, he must take this to court. Mr. Smith, where is your financing? Where are your airlines? Where is your business plans? What do SPLOST funds have to do with your proposal? Go to court.

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jljustis 2 years, 3 months ago on The Daily "Post" - June 4, 2012 - Airport on ballot

Bless his heart. He is only repeating what he is told, like a good little boy. No business plan, no financing, no airlines; none of that matters. Might as well believe 18000 to 19000 jobs, even if no legitimate economic model could support the numbers. Don't worry about the risk to taxpayers. Take a look at the pretty drawings. Don't they look so real. When I was a little kid, a friend of mine had a Honda 50. He said that it cost 250. I couldn’t wait to tell my dad. I was sure he was going to get me one for $2.50. He said he would buy me 5 at that price. Could you imagine my horror when he took me to the Honda dealership to see that they were $250? Where are the grownups on these posts? One of these days, I have to go to a meeting of Fly Gwinnett forward. I can’t wait to see a live Subway commercial. You know; where there are adults talking and acting like children.

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jljustis 2 years, 3 months ago on Shirley Lasseter -- Rise and fall of a down-home dignitary

No thanks. I don't believe you when you say that you did not know. I don't think you are being truthful.

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jljustis 2 years, 3 months ago on Shirley Lasseter -- Rise and fall of a down-home dignitary

If you and her friends know her and knew she was having trouble, where were you when she needed you the most (e.g., when her house was being forclosed)? If her motive was due to financial hardship, where were you and her friends to help her along so she would not become a criminal? Now, you set up a fund. Wouldn't it have been much better to help when it most mattered?

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jljustis 2 years, 3 months ago on Shirley Lasseter -- Rise and fall of a down-home dignitary

I hope your book is not on christian values. I didn't say I was perfect. But, I do not hide behind religion.

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jljustis 2 years, 3 months ago on Shirley Lasseter -- Rise and fall of a down-home dignitary

Be nice? It's easy? Just like telling someone there are lots of moving vans in the area? I read her letter telling that she was caught and was sorry. Would she have been sorry if it wasn't Federal authorities and she really did help to transport drugs into Gwinnett county? Think about that.

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