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Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Islamofascism and the Quorum Court

Posted By on Wed, Sep 24, 2008 at 4:00 PM

Phil Wyrick has done it. He's found a way to work 9/11 into the race for Pulaski County judge.


Little Rock- Last night the Pulaski County Quorum Court passed 14-0 to appropriate $150,000 to repair the roof covering two pods in the jail. The money for the roof repair came from a safety fund that was set up to make the jail usable again.
Phil Wyrick, who is a candidate for the Pulaski County Judge in the General Election commenting on the appropriation said, "I would like to thank the Members of the Quorum Court for their leadership in taking positive action to repair our jail. One of the reasons that I am running for Judge is to ensure that we have the facilities needed to keep the criminals locked up and off our streets."
Wyrick continued, "For the last 16 years Buddy Villines has served as the Chief Executive of the largest county in the state, yet the jail still doesn't meet the demands of the county. Is it mismanagement, incompetence or maybe it's just that he's focused on other issues”.
"Since Buddy Villines was elected, the Soviet empire has fallen, the terrorist attack on 9-11 has taken place and the Internet has brought tremendous change to our world. But Buddy Villines still can't provide the leadership to ensure that we have an adequate jail”.
16 years is enough.
It's time for change!

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