Monday, July 11, 2011
As stated the Pledge of Allegiance is now cut from the rules of order but now we have Debbie acting like it is so offensive to her that now she wants people to vote on it separately. Everyone in the room is like looking around in bewilderment like what the hell is going on.
It makes zero sense why since 1958 we have been doing the prayer and the pledge but now Terry comes along and because she is Jewish wants to redo all the rules to fit her comfort level. This stuff is just crazy which for Salisbury is typical.
We really have become a secular society I guess when we don't want to have our prayer or pledge on the record in our Government, o they will do it but now unofficially..sad sad stuff.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 7/11/2011 07:40:00 PM
This evening before the City Council meeting at 5:30 Jim Ireton will be having a prayer vigil for our City Council because Debbie, Terry and Tim decided the Pledge of Allegiance isn't necessary and have removed it from the rules of order. A city without hope and prayer wow we really are going to hell.
originally posted at 1:17 and there we have it at 6:05 removal from rules of order..told you so
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 7/11/2011 06:04:00 PM
Terry Cohen pictured Left and Debbie on the right may be facing their ultimate foe tonight in front of the GOB. Could an exorcism save us all from the terror that has griped our City since the April elections? We don't need pledge on the rules of order screw it..heheheheheehehe
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 7/11/2011 05:54:00 PM
If there is one thing about Delmar that is a fact is that the parents get super involved in their children's sports activities after school. When they have a little league game it is lined up with cars along the railroad tracks as far as the eye can see, and I can't say I have ever seen that level of excitement or commitment from Salisbury parents.
Is there a reason it doesn't seem that way? or is Delmar just a standout because of a long tradition of sports families?
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 7/11/2011 03:30:00 PM
This is a much larger socio-economic question but it is one that has struck here locally and caused a racial divide. Debbie, Terry and Tim were dead set against the grant to help the minority youths in our area find something positive to do to stay out of trouble but are 100% for the safe streets grant to help fund the Police and jails to lock them up. What people don't seem to understand is jails are a social program themselves we pay to feed them and keep them locked up so it's really the same idea.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 7/11/2011 02:30:00 PM
The one thing I did take note of when I was Downtown getting the earlier picture was the homeless that congregate on the plaza and around the Old Court House. This is one of the problems that must be dealt with to encourage businesses to consider our Downtown as a viable place to go. I'm not criticizing the homeless it's just a shame they isn't other places they could go for help.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 7/11/2011 01:00:00 PM
The high turnover rate continues in the Worcester County State's Attorney's Office. A very nice lady named Robin who had relocated here to work for Beau got the axe after only being in the office 4 months. Then we get to the annoyance of his work level.
According to sources in the legal world Beau and his staff are starting to annoy the judges as well. His staff seems unprepared for the trials and many people were stunned when he hired personal friend Steve Rakow to be his right hand man. Well at least the people on Worcester are 6 months closer to being able to get rid of him so that is the only bright spot.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 7/11/2011 09:30:00 AM
Well the news regarding Azul closing it's doors quickly turned into a "o wait we are closing temporarily" I think people breathed a sigh of relief when we thought it was permanent but now it is up to the Owner of the Building to straighten the mess out.
I just don't know how any "club" like this can make it where it is located. If you remember we had an under 21 nightclub in the now Bank of Delmarva business office in the industrial park and it didn't work either. I do understand and think it is good that we have a venue or club locally because people do like to have fun. It just needs to be more controlled.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 7/11/2011 08:30:00 AM