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That is the one and only reason that your comments are moderated. I hope you will enjoy your participation on this blog and feel you can finally be heard regarding issues that concern you in your county.

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Sunday, January 31, 2010

This coming week be on the look out on channel 14 for the commissioners, the word is that the topic will be COUNTY OWNED FIBER OPTICS

If you have not already, you need to send an email message to not just your district commissioner but to all of them. Tell them: We do not need it, we do not want it and we especially do not want to taxed for it, not now, NOT EVER!

If these sitting commissioners pass this fiber optics nonsense that they are trying their best to pursuad the Henry citizens is such a good thing, then get out your already half empty wallets my friends. There is no way that an endeavor of this size will not cost the taxpayers. If they get away with this now,after they are voted out, (which many of us striving toward) their replacements will ultimately be saddled with the contract debts incurred while these commissioners were in office. Most of the time they do not listen to us, perhaps 3 of them will on this issue, it will take 2 no votes and 1 to obstain or recuse himself, to stop B.J. Mathis's agenda she has planned. Of course that is a really BIG long shot no doubt considering the tract records of these sitting commissioners of their voting. I would not place good money on it.

So my fellow citizens if you really want to see what your district commissioners are made of watch the meetings. If you can not watch them on TV and you have access to a computer, the meetings are archived and video viewable at

On channel 14 you can view real time BOC meetings: the first and third Monday of the month at 9AM. The first Tuesday at 9AM and the third Tueday at 6:30PM, all these meetings are held a the Henry County Administration Building, 140 Henry Parkway, McDonough. These meeting are open to the public. Citizens can sign up for public comments, public comments can be about any topic a citizen wishes to address.

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Fiber Optics/ a new topic by a fellow Henry citizen and poster

The Doctor has left a new comment on your post: "It's time to start your own topic,email with a to...":

Why is more fiber optics needed for Henry County? The county is traversed to and fro with fiber optics from AT&T (the parent company), Charter, Comcast, and who knows what else. On my street the fiber optics cables run over head and underground, I guess to cover all the bases. But the point being this project smells of more than just adding something for the county.

The county appears to be wanting to get into the business themselves or are they doing it for a benefactor. The person in charge of the gathering of this material is Clark Rainer. Now Mr. Rainer is a very bright and smart young man. He is out promoting the fiber optics plan on the local cable tv show that is home to our Chairperson Ms. Mathis.

It has been shown that this type of plan has failed several times before right here in Georgia. It has been said and by Mr. Rainer himself that the plan was not to make money for the county, but he has also stated that revenue could come from telecommunications outlets. We can't have it both ways.

This has been a proposal ever since our Chairperson got into office. And it is interesting that it is continuing to be a hot topic for a person who knows little on the subject.

The people of Henry County should be given the chance to say whether the county should spend their money in this way. It doesn't matter whether it comes from bonds, grants or stimulus it has to be paid back.

Listen to the talk and watch the body language and the story can be told very vividly. This project is our new "Nash Farm" all over again. It's about time it stops and we get down to the real business of the people.

Posted by The Doctor to Henry County Citizens voices at January 28,

2010 10:02 AM

It's time to start your own topic,email with a topic and it will have it's very own header and comment section,moderated "only for profanity" NOT CONTENT

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Austin Scott wins first GOP debate/Focuses on job creation, education, ethics

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Athens - Rep. Austin Scott enjoyed an excellent performance in the first debate between GOP candidates for governor, held last night on the campus of the University of Georgia in Athens.

"I'm going to take the politics out of deciding what's good for our children and the education system," Scott said, when asked about how to improve education in Georgia.

The event, which was hosted by the Athens-Clarke County Republican Party and the University of Georgia College Republicans and broadcast live by major news networks around the state, was a resounding success for Rep. Scott.

"I understand the issues being faced by this state," he said. "To create jobs, I will eliminate the corporate income tax in Georgia. Think about the message that sends to the nation and the world: Georgia is ready for business."

Throughout the debate, Rep. Scott's focus was on three key issues: the economy, education, and ethics. These three areas have formed the basis for his platform for governor of Georgia.

He was mentioned by name by the panelists and moderator more times than any other candidate.

"I feel very confident about my campaign going forward," said Scott.

Rep. Austin Scott is a 14-year member of the Georgia House of Representatives and a candidate for governor of Georgia. For more information, visit or

Hank Gurley

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

White House press secretary Robert Gibbs "DUGH"

I think this guy should wipe the brown off his nose! he evades answering direct questions. Obama sure picked one to run interference for himself. Gibbs kept spouting that he rejects the idea that a win for Scott Brown tonight would kill the Healthcare bill. We shall see?

If these Obamatons try to sneak in voting on the healthcare bill before Scott Brown is sworn in and gets his chance to vote! I think instead of 50 thousand AMERICANS waving tea party signs and AMERICANS wearing their yellow don't tread on me shirts, we need to amass around 100,000 on the White House lawn, that would be the ticket.

I could just stand up and yell hoooooooooooooray!

Scott Brown wins by 62%, against democrat Martha Coakley, he will be taking over the senate seat in Massachusetts. Obamacare beware, the American people have spoken. We will not let you take our life and liberties away, not without a huge fight! They tried to push socialized medicine down the American peoples throats, to which they loudly replied tonight: NO WAY, ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.

Since 1953 the senate seat in MA has been held by a democrat, This is one for the history books!

Still we all need to email our senators,house reps and get your blogs rolling. We have only begun this fight against being Obamasized.

When you get out to vote in Henry County for the people holding key positions that affect your way of life in your county. I hope you will all keep this night in your minds. When you vote,when you speak out, you will be making a difference in your way of life and your children's lives for generations to come.

Votes being cast today for senate seat of the late Ted Kennedy in MA

Of course if I were in MA I would vote for Scott Brown (Rep). Obama of course ran out to a crowd at the very last minute to talk up that Martha Coakley(Dem).

This is a big one,we do not need the dems running the show,look at what they have gotten us into thus far since Obama went in!

If you do not want the government looking over your medical chart and bank records, plus a whole lot more detrimental items in this healthcare bill,we need to vote out the bad apples this year. Obama is only backing this Coakley person to get his healthcare reform piece of crap voted in by an out numbering of DEMS to REPS ratio in the house if she is elected.

 So if you know anyone in MA call them to get out and vote.

Friday, January 15, 2010

As I listened to Sonny Perdue's 8th and final State of the State address,this portion really hit home, we can not allow our county to continue on this stimulus spending spree any longer.

In Sonny Perdue's own words, this is a portion taken from his published speech, our Governor realizes that stimulus money does have a price to future generations

What stands out most is to me each generation’s willingness to pick up the yoke and move our nation forward. It has not always been pretty,but what has never happened in this nation  is for one generation to drop the yoke and wait for the next to pick it up, never have they weighted them down with unbearable burdens!

This is our time to carry a heavy load and do the hard thing now for the sake of our children and grandchildren.

For our generation, the economic storm we now find ourselves in is unlike anything we’ve ever seen. These are hard times for Georgians, many have lost jobs and others are working harder and longer for less and checkbooks are harder to balance.

Here in this chamber, this time has forced tough decisions on us.

We spent the first six years of this administration, before this recession even began, making government more responsive … more efficient … more value-driven. And then came the biggest state revenue drop since the Great Depression.

Together, we've worked hard to find the best solutions and we asked our state team members through out our state for more, in an effort to maintain services with fewer resources. But, ladies and gentlemen, if we fail to do the hard thing now, our government will be spread far too thin to ensure that Georgia is more educated, healthier, safer and continues to grow.

It would be easy to sit back, as we sometimes do, point fingers at Washington, but even here in Georgia, we must remind ourselves that we need to avoid the temptation to serve the needs and wants of today at the expense of tomorrow. We must reject the course that promises the next generation little more than an expensive bill ,crushing entitlements and unfunded mandates.

We cannot vote ourselves ease and comfort at the expense of our children and grandchildren. Alexis de Tocqueville said it well, frighteningly, almost prophetically two hundred years ago:
“A democracy can only exist until the voters discover that from that moment on the the majority always votes for the candidates promising the most benefits from the public treasury. With a result that a democracy always collapses over lousy fiscal policy, always followed by a dictatorship. The average of the world’s great civilizations before they decline has been about 200 years. These nations have progressed in this sequence: From bondage to spiritual faith; from faith to great courage; from courage to liberty; from liberty to abundance; from abundance to selfishness; from selfishness to complacency; from complacency to apathy; from apathy to dependency; from dependency back again to bondage.”
There has never been a cautionary tale so well-suited to a time and place as this one is to America, today here and now.

I love this one story that Thomas Paine recounted from the days of the American Revolution. He told of a tavern keeper at Amboy, who happened to be a closet Tory, for whom Paine had little respect. Paine described the scene:

“He was standing at his door, with as pretty a child in his hand, about eight or nine years old, as I ever saw, and after speaking his mind as freely as he thought was prudent, finished with this unfatherly expression, ‘Well, give me peace in my day … Give me peace in my day.’”
Thomas Paine goes on to say that a loving parent should have said, “If there must be trouble, let it be in my day, that my child may have peace.” And Paine is right … “This single reflection, well applied, is sufficient to awaken every man to duty.” We must recover the spirit of that loving, sacrificing father.

I believe I stand with most Georgians, when I say, I am for doing with a little less if it means a lighter burden and a brighter future for the next generation. There is an honor in sacrifice and we must never pervert it into the distain of dissatisfaction!

I’ve talked a lot over the last few years about building a culture of conservation here in Georgia, using only what we need and being better stewards of our natural resources. At its core, that culture of conservation is a simple call to be satisfied with only what we truly need and it extends to every aspect of our lives. Going forward, we must forego the excesses of our time and reject the gluttonous instinct of this age.

These times demand that we worry less about bringing home the pork, and more about empowering our people to grow their own hogs. These times call for true leadership in our communities, calling people to create a better Georgia … elevating them out of the easy way of dependency. We have to call every Georgian to build rather than consume … to give rather than take.

And we must begin that transformation here!

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

The State of the County Address fact or fiction?

Well it sure looks like a new fiber optics network owned by Henry County is certainly still on the agenda.

We got painted a pretty well rehearsed painting of how all these, expansions into residential neighborhoods will benefit the county. The taxpayers are the county. Fiber Optics will have to be upgraded to keep in step with growing technology, Upgrades that will require a new and continual budget for the department that will oversee it. I wonder did B.J. Mathis not listen or did she choose to ignore public comment from Deanna Jones, the representative from Charter Cable who spoke during public comment.

Where will the revenue come from for this budget? TAX PAYERS OR MORE BORROWED MONEY FROM STIMULUS. The tax payers now, their children, Grandchildren and their children to infinite, stimulus money is not free money!

A venture of this magnitude that will be affecting every citizen and their families for years to come should be required to be brought up for a special vote to the taxpayers. This should not be a decision made by 5 elected officials.

It is fine for someone to smile give a speech and tell you to look at the world as if it were a dream. Sorry but most of us all live in the real world of reality.

The county bought 61 forecloser homes, 6 sold. Woo Hoo! bring out the band!, unemployment rate is 10.3 for Henry county and 10.2 in Georgia, now that is reality.

The commissioners of this county need to listen to the citizens and allow a county wide vote on fiber optics

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Veteran's Wall of Honor in Heritage park STILL in need of many repairs.

The parks and recreation department has been notified of damages caused by rain,erosion and vandalism. The few repairs that were perform were mere quick fixes that were not meant to be permanent ones.

A committee of citizens has formed to oversee that this great monument to our Veteran's does not go into more disrepair. There are more photo's on the website.



Friday, January 8, 2010

I currently support Austin Scott for State of Georgia Governor

I will not be voting for Karen Handle or Ray McBerry and of course not John Oxendine. I have been following Austin Scott, his campaign rings true. We all know who our county hopes to win. Just like in our county, we need someone new as Governor who has none of the usual ties to certain persons within Henry County. I sent emails to both Handle and McBerry asking them about how they feel our county is being managed. I got no replies, does that sound familiar to you?

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

This is not Camelot and Nash Farm sign debate?

I have heard (1) commissioner speak up against obtaining stimulus monies for Nash Farm, then they go ahead and persue it. I think we all know that Stimulus monies are not free, the county itself may get the money but it has to be paid back by every American that pays taxes,their children,their Grandchildren and on and on.

I heard the BOC just yesterday discussing taking out a LOAN to purchase the McDonough recreation/senior center. Sure it would be great to have BUT do we really need it? It looks like the current managers of the county pot have spent out splost funds before they have all been gathered. The contract has already been signed and now they have to honor the purchase. You should not agree to buy a property if you can not pay for it with the funds that were designated for that property. It is borrowing from Peter to pay Paul. This is how all these folks that obtained mortgages that were not able to sustain the payment got into trouble. No one can predict the future, our country is in a current crisis or does the BOC think they are immune to failures. I would think that most municipalities would be tightening the reigns on spending and especially those who face layoffs,pay cuts,furlows and foreclosures due to our current economy. Henry County is not immune. What will it take I wonder to get this county going in the right direction again. After all, this is not camelot and the Kennedy's do not live in this county.

The Veterans Wall of honor at Heritage park is a perfect example. I have seen the damages at this monument and I think it is a disgrace that those who are responsible for keeping this area in the condition in which it looked when constructed are not taking care now. The BOC has already publicly stated that they can not take care of what they have now as far as Parks. They are purchasing a new one and it will have to be maintained, it makes no practical since what so ever! What on earth will it take? for them to see the light.
Question: What ever happened to the NASH FARM SIGN? debate, has it been discussed any further? will they move the sign? will they change the name?

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Camp Ground Road Extension/Home owners speak out in BOC meeting this morning

I finally got a good look at this 4 lane that will divide this neighborhood of 300 plus people directly in half. The highway is adjacent to the club house swimming pool. Every where lately in Henry county it seems that residents are loosing out to the BOC votes to big business. Citizens who elected these commissioners to look out for the very welfare of their families are having their property values sliced in half! Their children's lives are disrupted and parents are even in fear of their children not being safe.

I feel certain that this year will mark a change for the better for the citizens when they vote this year. Furthermore 2012 will be a time for a change as well. It may not help the citizens that have been so unfairly treated already, that is unless the BOC wakes up and starts listening to the people that voted them in.

From the BOC's ongoing actions in my opinion they do not intend to listen to us the citizens or vote on anything other than their own desires. Do they not work for us?..................I can answer that question myself, no, none of them are working for us!

Hoorah for CHARTER Rep..Deanna Jones of Duluth Georgia

Even though the BOC wanted to squash bringing up the Fiber Optics venture this morning due to Mr. Jeffares of District II being out of town. At the end of the meeting just before executive session a bolt of lightening came in the form of a public comment: Deanna Jones, a representative for Charter communications gave a bold,honest and to the point overview of why municipalities should not enter into their own Fiber optic network. She went on to say that she requests that the county provide all citizens with studies performed that show this venture to be a viable one for the citizens. Deanna also stated that no one from Henry County has approached current providers to join discussions in order to gain other opinions or options before spending this mass amount of money by the County.

I urge everyone that has access to view this January 5, 2010 meeting. If you can not then I will have it on DVD and you can come to my house and watch it! It was GREAT!

You gotta keep your eyes on these guys every minute!

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Posting this for Joan the commissioners with your concerns,perhaps they will listen this time?

Henry BOC Votes Tuesday on Massive Fiber Optic Plan
By Joan Scott

On Tuesday morning, January 5 at 9:00 a.m., while most of us are working and unable to attend, the Henry County Board of Commissioners will hold a meeting to vote on a $14 million resolution to construct, operate and maintain a “community-owned” Fiber Optic Broadband Network. In other words, they want to become an Internet Service Provider and they want you to pay for it.

Chairman B.J. Mathis touts this as a cost-saving measure that would rid our schools and other county government offices of the data-connectivity costs of doing business with private sector providers such as AT&T and Charter.

In addition, the County owned fiber network would, says the BOC, also have the capability to serve small and large businesses in Henry County, where there are currently no direct fiber options available to our business community.

But history shows that municipally owned telecommunications systems ultimately become a ball and chain to their taxpayers. This will be no different in Henry County and will leave taxpayers on the hook for years to come.

Misuse of The Stimulus Act

Just to be clear, the $14 million price tag is a conservative estimate according to the feasibility study commissioned by the BOC in September. And, they say the project to lay 180 miles of fiber optic lines over a two year period will be paid for using funds from the Stimulus Act, but not before they put us on the hook for it with bonded debt first.

The $787 billion American Recovery and Reinvestment Act set aside $7.2 billion to bridge the digital divide and provide poor citizens with online access. It is intended for projects that establish broadband service for the first time to “unserved” area and to enhance services in “under-served” rural areas. Henry County is neither of those.

And, just in case the BOC hasn't been paying attention to the Tea Party protests, the stimulus spending is borrowed and printed money that our children and grandchildren will be burdened with repaying. So, why don't we just not spend it to begin with, instead of pretending that it's free money given to us by the federal government.

Track Record of Failure

According to a March 2009 policy paper by Americans For Prosperity titled “Municipal Broadband's Record of Failure” the results of recent projects that have already been undertaken, almost without exception, have been overwhelmingly negative.

They had this to say about a 2005 project in Philadelphia, PA:

“While the city struggled to get the system in place, the private sector forged ahead with innovation; in three short years the entire project was out of date”.

After two years and running 30% over budget a group of private investors completed the project with the help of some non-profit organizations.

In a related op-ed that ran in the Atlanta Journal Constitution in March of this year, Philadelphia city councilman Frank Rizzo warned this of municipal broadband experiments:

If federal policymakers now allow the stimulus funds to be used on highly experimental and speculative taxpayer-financed municipal networks — particularly where there already is broadband service and where the municipal networks thereby face daunting economics — they will be inviting the kind of pork and waste that President Obama has forsworn.

AFP also cites similar projects in Chicago, IL and Houston, TX that failed because private internet service providers were already effectively serving the area.

And, says AFP, smaller cities, too, have made the mistake of underestimating telecommunications cost and competition.

Lompoc, CA signed up only 281 customers for their municipally owned wireless network after estimating they'd need at least 4,000 to break even. In the mean time the taxpayers are having to subsidize its operation.

Ashland, OR incurred a $15.5 million dollar deficit when it folded its cable TV business.

St. Cloud, FL taxpayers opted to pay higher fees to private providers rather than put up with government mismanagement of their wireless network.

Apparently, Chairman Mathis thinks things would be different here in Henry County.

Free Market Competition

Right out of the box there simply will not be enough subscribers (residential and business) to pay for the network because high quality, low cost, free market services are already available in this area. These include Clear, AT&T, Charter, and Comcast to name a few.

While these companies continue to innovate, develop and upgrade equipment and services to meet consumer needs, I don't see any of them rushing into Henry County to lay fiber optic cable. The Henry BOC, however, claims a supposed demand exists for it simply because one Fortune 500 company decided they couldn't locate here without it.

The Information Technology & Innovation Foundation (ITIF), a non-partisan think tank whose mission is to formulate and promote public policies to advance technological innovation and productivity, in March of 2009 had this to say about municipal broadband projects (page 17):

“The promise of affordable, ubiquitous fiber broadband service and the potential economic development opportunities that come with it are so enticing that a number of cities are considering the municipal fiber route. But despite the promises of municipal fiber, the actual success rate of these community fiber projects has been lukewarm at best and in many cases a failure at worst.”

They go on to say DSL and cable technologies have yet to reach their ceiling performance, which when increased incrementally based on market demands, is more cost-efficient.

So, as I see it, if the county can't keep up with these innovations it makes them a poor competitors. But, if the investments are made, the cost of sustaining this massive project will necessarily need to be subsidized with other tax dollars. This might be in the form of higher water or other utility costs or another rise in property, sales, or some other tax. That, by definition, is a form of wealth distribution.

This project will start out in debt and remain that way indefinitely. I urge all Henry County citizens to contact the Board of Commissioners and voice their opposition to this wasteful experiment.

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Obamacare and our constitutional rights

The Truth About the Health Care Bills - Michael Connelly, Ret. Constitutional Attorney, Constitutional Law Instructor…

Well, I have done it! I have read the entire text of proposed House Bill 3200: The Affordable Health Care Choices Act of 2009. I studied it with particular emphasis from my area of expertise, constitutional law. I was frankly concerned that parts of the proposed law that were being discussed might be unconstitutional. What I found was far worse than what I had heard or expected.

To begin with, much of what has been said about the law and its implications is in fact true, despite what the Democrats and the media are saying. The law does provide for rationing of health care, particularly where senior citizens and other classes of citizens are involved, free health care for illegal immigrants, free abortion services, and probably forced participation in abortions by members of the medical profession.

The Bill will also eventually force private insurance companies out of business, and put everyone into a government run system. All decisions about personal health care will ultimately be made by federal bureaucrats, and most of them will not be health care professionals. Hospital admissions, payments to physicians, and allocations of necessary medical devices will be strictly controlled by the government.

However, as scary as all of that is, it just scratches the surface. In fact, I have concluded that this legislation really has no intention of providing affordable health care choices. Instead it is a convenient cover for the most massive transfer of power to the Executive Branch of government that has ever occurred, or even been contemplated. If this law or a similar one is adopted, major portions of the Constitution of the United States will effectively have been destroyed.

The first thing to go will be the masterfully crafted balance of power between the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches of the U.S. Government. The Congress will be transferring to the Obama Administration authority in a number of different areas over the lives of the American people, and the businesses they own.

The irony is that the Congress doesn't have anyauthority to legislate in most of those areas to begin with! I defy anyone to read the text of the U.S. Constitution and find any authority granted to the members of Congress to regulate health care.

This legislation also provides for access, by the appointees of the Obama administration, of all of your personal healthcare information, your personal financial information, and the information of your employer, physician, and hospital. All of this is a direct violation of the specific provisions of the 4th Amendment to the Constitution protecting against unreasonable searches and seizures. You can also forget about the right to privacy. That will have been legislated into oblivion regardless of what the 3rd and 4th Amendments may provide.

If you decide not to have healthcare insurance, or if you have private insurance that is not deemed acceptable to the Health Choices Administrator appointed by Obama, there will be a tax imposed on you. It is called a tax instead of a fine because of the intent to avoid application of the due process clause of the 5th Amendment. However, that doesn't work because since there is nothing in the law that allows you to contest or appeal the imposition of the tax, it is definitely depriving someone of property without the due process of law.

So, there are three of those pesky amendments that the far left hate so much, out the original ten in the Bill of Rights, that are effectively nullified by this law. It doesn't stop there though.

The 9th Amendment that provides: The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people;

The 10th Amendment states: The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are preserved to the States respectively, or to the people. Under the provisions of this piece of Congressional handiwork neither the people nor the states are going to have any rights or powers at all in many areas that once were theirs to control.

I could write many more pages about this legislation, but I think you get the idea. This is not about health care; it is about seizing power and limiting rights. Article 6 of the Constitution requires the members of both houses of Congress to "be bound by oath or affirmation to support the Constitution." If I was a member of Congress I would not be able to vote for this legislation or anything like it, without feeling I was violating that sacred oath or affirmation. If I voted for it anyway, I would hope the American people would hold me accountable.

For those who might doubt the nature of this threat, I suggest they consult the source, the US Constitution, and Bill of Rights. There you can see exactly what we are about to have taken from us.

Michael Connelly
Retired attorney,
Constitutional Law Instructor
Carrollton , Texas

AFTER HAVING READ THIS, PLEASE FORWARD....If you don't care about our constitution, or your rights under it, just do nothing.


Friday, January 1, 2010

Fiber Optics, what will be next and who will have to pay the 14 million back, our BOC is out of control!

They never cease to amaze me with their blatent distregard for the obvious. Take a look around, it is not time to spend more,more,more. It is time to stop spending. Get a clue, have they looked at the state of the economy lately? do they care? I think no! Why on earth does our county need to be in the business of competition with Charter,Comcast and AT&T. Who is this really benefiting in a BIG way? perhaps that will become evident eventually.

It will be most interesting to see how the vote goes on this venture. We all know that it has been rehearsed already.............Will it be 5 to zero,I think yes, but there may be some comments from one or two suto concerned commishes for show. It is all so rediculously silly.

The tax paying citizens of this county are not stupid and will get their voices heard on election day.