FBI Kentucky "End Corruption Now" Campaign

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Re: FBI Kentucky "End Corruption Now" Campaign

Postby upallnight » Mon Jan 18, 2016 2:21 pm

Careful G! The government don't like whistle blowers.
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Re: FBI Kentucky "End Corruption Now" Campaign

Postby ScArEcRoW » Tue Jan 19, 2016 9:38 am

upallnight wrote:Careful G! The government don't like whistle blowers.


Don't like them? They have them killed. You might survive as long as it isn't against the Clintons.
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Re: FBI Kentucky "End Corruption Now" Campaign

Postby PharmGirl » Tue Jan 19, 2016 3:45 pm

ScArEcRoW wrote:
upallnight wrote:Careful G! The government don't like whistle blowers.


Don't like them? They have them killed. You might survive as long as it isn't against the Clintons.


G's not afraid of them. Have you not read the things he says lol.
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Re: FBI Kentucky "End Corruption Now" Campaign

Postby Legion » Thu Jan 21, 2016 12:14 pm

PharmGirl wrote:
ScArEcRoW wrote:
upallnight wrote:Careful G! The government don't like whistle blowers.


Don't like them? They have them killed. You might survive as long as it isn't against the Clintons.


G's not afraid of them. Have you not read the things he says lol.


Only thing you've ever said that I agree with.
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Re: FBI Kentucky "End Corruption Now" Campaign

Postby GFunkMoneyDog » Sat Jan 23, 2016 9:58 am

G takes his safety into account when posting things. The things I could post but don't dare would blow your mind.
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Re: FBI Kentucky "End Corruption Now" Campaign

Postby Angry Whiteguy » Sat Jan 23, 2016 11:44 am

It is just sad that something that sounds so good on the surface, has the people that know and could do something cowering in fear... Big brother is offering the public at large a brand new noose with which to hang themselves... Damned if you do, damned if you don't... I would love to see an "end corruption now" campaign that was on the up and up...
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Re: FBI Kentucky "End Corruption Now" Campaign

Postby Demon Hunter » Sat Jan 23, 2016 7:10 pm

To oppose corruption in government is the highest obligation of patriotism stop defending these looters!
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Re: FBI Kentucky "End Corruption Now" Campaign

Postby Angry Whiteguy » Sat Jan 23, 2016 7:17 pm

Demon Hunter wrote:To oppose corruption in government is the highest obligation of patriotism stop defending these looters!

It is hard to complain to mrs Smith that her boy is stealing all your apples when she's canning the apples and making applesauce... Complaining to a politician about crooked politicians is kinda like the old dog chasing his tail... He ain't going to do nothing to punish himself... More power the government gets the less the constituency will have... We let them get the jump on us and now they have put in safeguards to prevent us from doing anything about it...
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Re: FBI Kentucky "End Corruption Now" Campaign

Postby ScArEcRoW » Sun Jan 24, 2016 8:32 am

On the national level politicians are either corrupt attorneys, or dirty businessmen. They are dirty before they get elected.
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Re: FBI Kentucky "End Corruption Now" Campaign

Postby Gopher » Sun Jan 24, 2016 4:40 pm

ScArEcRoW wrote:On the national level politicians are either corrupt attorneys, or dirty businessmen. They are dirty before they get elected.


Ever know of anyone to run for office who didn't have dirt on their hands?
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Re: FBI Kentucky "End Corruption Now" Campaign

Postby upallnight » Mon Jan 25, 2016 10:29 am

Gopher wrote:
ScArEcRoW wrote:On the national level politicians are either corrupt attorneys, or dirty businessmen. They are dirty before they get elected.


Ever know of anyone to run for office who didn't have dirt on their hands?


It's a requirement!
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Re: FBI Kentucky "End Corruption Now" Campaign

Postby GFunkMoneyDog » Wed Jan 27, 2016 10:04 am

What do you think about a state office that forces it's "clients" to go to one specific business, and that business alone or they won't pay for the services. That business happens to be more expensive than others in town. The Supervisor of the state office in question uses that business for her personal use. When questioned about the new policy The Supervisor, and employees told multiple reasons/lie's as to why they are doing it.

So what's the real reason for this shift in policy? Was The Supervisor pressured to send clients to this office? (An employee slipped up and said as much, but when questioned wouldn't repeat it) Is The Supervisor getting kickbacks from this office? What's the truth? Guess a court will end up deciding that because they are refusing to pay for an old invoice. A invoice I might add that they didn't dispute while receiving the results of the services rendered. If they wasn't going to pay shouldn't they have contacted said office and said we no longer accept results from your business?

Let me add to that. Before the state court orders the "clients" they are considered what's referred to as self pay, and they always choose one office over the other because of the price, convenience, and professionalism. Once it's been court ordered and the state is paying for it they are forced to go to one office and no longer gave a choice.
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Re: FBI Kentucky "End Corruption Now" Campaign

Postby ScArEcRoW » Wed Jan 27, 2016 11:54 am

GFunkMoneyDog wrote:What do you think about a state office that forces it's "clients" to go to one specific business, and that business alone or they won't pay for the services. That business happens to be more expensive than others in town. The Supervisor of the state office in question uses that business for her personal use. When questioned about the new policy The Supervisor, and employees told multiple reasons/lie's as to why they are doing it.

So what's the real reason for this shift in policy? Was The Supervisor pressured to send clients to this office? (An employee slipped up and said as much, but when questioned wouldn't repeat it) Is The Supervisor getting kickbacks from this office? What's the truth? Guess a court will end up deciding that because they are refusing to pay for an old invoice. A invoice I might add that they didn't dispute while receiving the results of the services rendered. If they wasn't going to pay shouldn't they have contacted said office and said we no longer accept results from your business?

Let me add to that. Before the state court orders the "clients" they are considered what's referred to as self pay, and they always choose one office over the other because of the price, convenience, and professionalism. Once it's been court ordered and the state is paying for it they are forced to go to one office and no longer gave a choice.


Dirty Dirty Dirty. Have you contacted the End Corruption Now campaign?
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Re: FBI Kentucky "End Corruption Now" Campaign

Postby Gopher » Wed Jan 27, 2016 2:40 pm

GFunkMoneyDog wrote:What do you think about a state office that forces it's "clients" to go to one specific business, and that business alone or they won't pay for the services. That business happens to be more expensive than others in town. The Supervisor of the state office in question uses that business for her personal use. When questioned about the new policy The Supervisor, and employees told multiple reasons/lie's as to why they are doing it.

So what's the real reason for this shift in policy? Was The Supervisor pressured to send clients to this office? (An employee slipped up and said as much, but when questioned wouldn't repeat it) Is The Supervisor getting kickbacks from this office? What's the truth? Guess a court will end up deciding that because they are refusing to pay for an old invoice. A invoice I might add that they didn't dispute while receiving the results of the services rendered. If they wasn't going to pay shouldn't they have contacted said office and said we no longer accept results from your business?

Let me add to that. Before the state court orders the "clients" they are considered what's referred to as self pay, and they always choose one office over the other because of the price, convenience, and professionalism. Once it's been court ordered and the state is paying for it they are forced to go to one office and no longer gave a choice.


Might as well em by name lol. I can sort of guess who you are talking about, and it sounds fishy to me.
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Re: FBI Kentucky "End Corruption Now" Campaign

Postby Gurt B Frobe » Wed Jan 27, 2016 4:01 pm

Gopher wrote:
ScArEcRoW wrote:On the national level politicians are either corrupt attorneys, or dirty businessmen. They are dirty before they get elected.


Ever know of anyone to run for office who didn't have dirt on their hands?


Yea I have and they were chewed up and spit out in a short period of time never heard from again.
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