Montgomery County police union used felons to gather signatures in ballot drive

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    Jesus Christ, you just can't make this shit up. And the unions can't understand why they're bleeding members and support all over the country.

     
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    FOP below board?
     
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    One felon, Keith Gregory Moore, of Grand Rapids, Mich., was convicted of forgery, fraud, aggravated assault and home invasion, the court filing shows.
    Another petition circulator, Jessie James Rowe, of Kalamazoo, Mich., was a fugitive felon at the time he wasgathering signatures -- and still is -- the document says.
    In June 2010, Rowewas convicted of possession of methamphetamines or Ecstasy. A warrant was issued for his arrest on July 2, 2010, after he tested positive for marijuana, amphetamines and opiates, violating his bond. As of May 17, when the county filed the court documents, the warrant was still outstanding. In 2004, Rowe pleaded guilty to operating a meth lab."

    Montgomery County police union used felons to gather signatures in ballot drive | Washington Examiner
     
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    So how many other unions are doing this?
     
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    Statists LOVE them felons...people that have ZERO regard for decent society...
     
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    So a Felon can't gather signatures? Yeah, the fugitive wasn't a smooth move but Felons need to work too right?
     
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    Not surprised you'd say that.

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    I know a convicted felon (now deceased) and he was a lot more decent than you could dream of.


    I almost became a convicted felon, myself, but fortunately Madison County Mississippi has a program where you can legally bribe your way out of court.
     
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    Decent society? You mean like "Let him die"? And "feed the poor and they'll breed"? THAT "decent" society?
     

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