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Saturday, April 5, 2014

French Hill and his "socialist sled"

Posted By on Sat, Apr 5, 2014 at 10:22 AM

click to enlarge Sweden Poodle Club's 2007 "Poodle of the Year": Always rides in a Volvo.
  • Sweden Poodle Club's 2007 "Poodle of the Year": Always rides in a Volvo.
Talk Business Arkansas suspected, as did we at the Arkansas Times, that Republican 2nd Congress candidate and banker French Hill has more rides than an old blue Volvo up his sleeve. 

So TB's Michael Cook went to the PulCo tax records and guess what!

Pulaski County tax records show French Hill also owns a 2005 BMW and a 2007 Mercedes-Benz. Why didn’t Hill brag on those fine automobiles? And records show Hill’s Volvo is a 1998 model, which was before Ford bought Volvo in 1999. Which means French Hill definitely is the proud owner of a Socialist sled! 
 
Cook also picked up on the fact that call-me-Col. Conrad Reynolds called French a poodle.  

Having a little fun here on Saturday morning.

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