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So, I hope the BoT is happy.
I can see Andy Beshear popping corks right now. I just feel sorry for these kids. What a cluster. Kids just going to school to play the sport they love. Local Government doing EVERYTHING to destroy them. Just sad. I am one Trump supporter that is going to do everything I can to oust Bevin.

The PRess has finally worn me out.

You win Matt Jones and the COurier Journal and the Democratic Party.

White Power Wins.
10-14-2017 02:20 PM
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RE: So, I hope the BoT is happy.
What is the interview process at the CJ? Who do they seek out? Was Tim Sullivan sought out? If so, Why?

Did Tim Sullivan apply for employment at the CJ?
If so, what does that tell you?

Sad..
10-14-2017 04:22 PM
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