Support for Binkey Vines is absurd

Published 8:53 am Tuesday, May 22, 2007

I find it hard to believe that so many people would put the political sign of an admitted thief in their yards. On top of that, these folks have turned on people for printing the truth and facts about the case. People act like The Democrat’s Kevin Cooper and state Auditor Phil Bryant are picking on poor old Binkey. It seems to me that they are two of the very few that have not been bought and paid for.

I’m not half as upset with Binkey as I am with the blatant disregard for our legal process that was ground in our face by Jim backstabbing Hood and his puppet Judge Joe Webster. I cannot seem to find anyone interested in investigating this pair, not that it would take much looking into. They let Binkey walk away in broad daylight. They’ll walk away too, just like Binkey.

I hope at election time people will remember that stealing from the rich and giving to the poor still makes you a thief. Look at Bernie Ebbers and Robinhood. They were thieves.

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We can put an end to this embarrassment at the polls or we can make it worse by supporting corrupt politics. Let’s see what our voters are made of.

Darrell D. Smith Sr.

Natchez residen