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Sunday, April 23, 2006

Jason Campbell Answers Critics

“On my statement about the $141 million I was comparing ‘apples with oranges’, but I do not need a fruit salad to know that the citizens in Lynchburg are well overtaxed."

To read Jason's full response go this page on his website. And while you are there be sure to go to his home page and read what Jason Campbell has to say.

There are only two candidates that are making reducing your taxes an issue. And there are only two candidates, who want to make our local government responsible for their actions.

The other candidate is Chuck Gammon. Visit both the candidates websites, before your decide to vote.


At 11:37 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Campbell sure seems to have a flippant attitude about essentially slandering the public officials that he seeks to unseat. If you ask me, you can tell that he seems the type who takes no responsibility for his mistakes (just pays lip service to the concept). He seems to even blame others ("The one question Campbell would like to know is why it took Dodson and Foster so long before playing the political ‘fuzzy numbers’ card.")

He even portrays himself as brave (what modesty!) for taking the "gamble" of using made-up numbers to attack others.

I started out liking Campbell, but unfortunately, I think he is proving that he will only turn out to be more of the same. Reminds me of the book Animal Farm.

At 1:39 PM, Blogger B O B said...

Thanks for your comment, if you take the time to read the budget you will find that his fuzzy number card is a valid description.

Now, if you had read the city news release on 56,000 dollars to the EPA, you would have read a real flippant answer. Unfortunately, I cannot send you to the original press release, the city has deleted its embarassment. I can only give you this link to the story, but it has the original unedited press release.


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