A Large Group Is Marching Against Luther ( Bob Riley Pet ) StrangeRickey Stokes
Posted by: RStokes
Date: Apr 27 2014 1:34 PM
The following article is on AL.com
DISCLAIMER: I am not advocating for or against bingo. But video is clear, Dr. Robert Bentley who is now Governor of Alabama is clearly a liar. He told in Houston County the people needed to vote on the issue of electronic bingo. In four years he has not brought that forward. It proves Bentley would say anything to get elected. I placed a copy of the video on DVD in his hand and he placed it in his coat pocket to refresh his memory.
As to Luther Strange. This past week I went to a restaurant in Florida where the shrimp is awesome. I talked with the owner. He said prior to the oil spill they could tell each night within 5% what business would be. Now, they never know. Well, when Bob Riley was leaving office and Luther Strange was coming in office, Riley and Strange conspired for millions of the oil spill money to be transferred to Luther Strange, without the current AG Troy King knowing and the incoming Governor, Robert Bentley knowing. It was to fight electronic bingo.
Strange returned the money to the Governor but only after his money was caught in the oil barrel.
And Strange has only created monopolies for the Indians. He has screwed the Alabama people who worked to create jobs.
And as to the court cases. Not one of them, including the Houston County case on Center Stage, were a fair court case. In court, both sides are to be treated equal and have a fair and impartial trial. That has not been the case in court and certainly was not the case in the Houston County case.
I respect the Judge in the case. But it was not a fair court hearing on FACTS.
NOW THE AL.com ARTICLE
TUSCALOOSA, Alabama -- Hundreds of concerned citizens, state politicians and activists gathered at the University of Alabama Saturday, April 26, to rally against the recent bingo raids in Greene County.
The protestors rallied against Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange's raid and closure of four bingo halls on March 31 due to the loss of more than 1,000 jobs, but many who participated also see Strange's actions as an infringement of their voting rights.
Protestors who gathered on Butler Field Saturday brandished homemade and professionally printed signs with slogans like, "We want our day in court."