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LynneSin Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jun-24-09 04:49 PM
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10. That was a big stink! I lived a block away from the garage he used
I went to work one more and the police were all over that garage although the garage owner even admitted something seemed funny so he opted to hold on to the part.

Years after he was convicted poor Tom Druced begged to be let out of jail because he had no means to support his family. Well what about the family of the man that he killed. Doctors said that if Druce had stopped and seen what had happened and then called the paramedics - that man would have survived. Poor guy died of losing too much blood.

But really the fun one is the Don Sherwood scandal. This guy was representing one of the safest Republican districts in the country but I guess Christian Values outweighed voting republican. The voters didn't think too lightly of their representative cheating on his wife and beating his mistress. Chris Carney, the democrat, has held the seat now for 2 terms and is probably a shoo-in for re-election. Mind you, Carney is one of the more moderate dems in the house but if Carney ever not run for that seat it would go back to a republcian.
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