Monday, October 12, 2009

Republican Hopefuls in Upcoming 2010 Election

Allegations of extreme corruption have been leveled against Liberty County judges, the district attorney's office, law enforcement and commissioners. The allegations include judicial misconduct, selective prosecution, official misconduct, retaliation, witness tampering, malicious prosecution, influence peddling, bribes, extortion and conspiracy.

Liberty Dispatch has learned that several local attorneys are planning to take advantage of the negative political climate in Liberty, Texas, regarding the upcoming election. The offices of judge's, prosecutor, and commissioners should be a 'shoe in' for 'new' Republican candidates.

The only Republican issue that will cause the Republican candidates problems is the local chairperson of the party, Lester Ray Wisegerber. Liberty County Chairperson Wisegerber has publicly destroyed anyone who has run against him, his friends or any of his family members. In addition, Wisegerber uses his personal influence with his son in law, District Judge, (D) CT Hight, to harm and, if given the chance, persecute those same people...even within his own party. See the Akin's case as an ongoing example!

Any candidate who runs as a Republican in Liberty County should distance themselves from Wisegerber at all cost.

Additionally, excluding Wisegerber, the upcoming election should be a boom for the Liberty County Republicans due to the Obama backlash.

Liberty Dispatch has been 'the' driving force in getting Republicans elected since 2006. Wisegerber has unjustly ridden on the coattails of Liberty Dispatch's work, and no credit for local Republican wins should be given to him.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wisegerber is the worst excuse for a Republican I have ever seen. I was present at a meeting when he said there shouldn't be a Republican party. What a moron

Anonymous said...

What a traitor to the Republican party, I heard the same.

Anonymous said...

I hope the feds get him and the rest of them.

Anonymous said...

Mr. Wisegerber took me to the side long ago and told me he really didn't care about whether someone is a Republican or Democrat, he wasn't going to take a partisan view of who should serve in office. I thought his viewpoint was okay for anyone except the person in charge of getting the Republican party elected. Since Mr. Wisegerber told me that I have tried to get someone intersted in relieving bhim of the burden he must feel of running what is suppose to be a partisan operation. The people I have talk to say it would be too much work to do the job right, or they think they would be attacked publicly if they aggressively pursued getting Republicans elected.

Anonymous said...

So our new President was nominated in January a few days after taking office for the Nobel Peace Prize. I am sorry I missed that but I have not looked for the announcement of its winners since studying its track record for a junior high school research paper lonbg ago. It is difficult for me to believe anyone living that has paid any attention to the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize is in any form or fashion dumbfounded over its most recent ridiculous coronation. Sometimes sprinkled, sometimes clumped together on the timeline of history are the most absurd of all winners of this not necessarily noble prize given for “peace” efforts. The last three Presidents to receive it, Obama, Carter, and Wilson may go down as some of the most influential men in history – influencing an increase in armed conflict, war, and murder that is.
Of course, because as the just as liberals and haters of this country have said, President Obama’s ideas and influence have yet to determine an outcome, maybe we are [premature to throw his awarding of the Nobel Prize in with President Jimmy Carter’s and Woodrow Wilson’s. But it looks and smells strangely similar to the politics and the attempted manipulations of past Presidents. Remember Jimmy Carter and the long gas lines of the late 1970’s? Remember when Carter withdrew American support for the Shah in Iran and the U.S. embassy was stormed shortly thereafter. Remember when he failed to mount any effectual response to the seizure of our embassy and its staff. Carter’s “Nobel Peace Prize” ways led to that Ayatollah who established the brutal Islamist regime which has been the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism and supporters of Palestinian terrorism. That timidity led to the civil war in Lebanon, and insurgencies in Iraq and Afghanistan, and a regime that has repeatedly murdered and tortured its own citizens. Then of course Carter added to his “resume of establishing peace” when he allowed a Communist takeover in Nicaragua and encouraged a legacy of socialist hatemongers that still plague Latin America to this day.
Carter's weakness in Latin America and Iran, along with a much stronger but still weak Clinton policy also emboldened the Soviets to invade Afghanistan, inaugurating three decades of bloody civil war and providing the proving ground for the Taliban and al-Qaeda. But the selection of Carter and Obama as examples of men who have made tremendous strides towards world peace are no more ridiculous than when they chose Woodrow Wilson after World War 1. Wilson was the twenty-eighth President, but his self-infatuation after World War I was unmatched by all previous Presidents. He was told over and over again by conservatives that the Peace of Versailles would lead to more war, and he simply did not understand or know the political realities and deeper nature of his own countrymen. And so his League of Nations flopped in America, the one place where it absolutely had to succeed. His efforts to end "the war to end all wars," and his issuing his “Fourteen Points”, were all going on while Stalin was trying to get as big a piece of the “spoils of war” pie as he could. And while a young corporal from the losing German side was beginning to ferment what would later be the poisonous Nazi philosophy. Wilson’s desire and hard work on behalf of peace would end up almost making a second world war and a Hitler inevitable. If asked what President is nearest to being like, I would have to say Woodrow Wilson, the President of Princeton, the “anointed one” that was to bring peace to a world that was organized to function more like one world government than ever before.

Anonymous said...

I would vote for Gary Bunyard before any of these doofbags now in office.

Anonymous said...

Gary Bunyard for Distric Attorny in 2010. You all get out and vote. Write him in. If we all do, he might just win. You never know till you try

Anonymous said...

Liberty County DA, Mike Little will most likely be indicted or disbarred before he is voted out of office. -corrupt slime-

Anonymous said...

Gary Bunyard is a bumbiling bafoon and has no business running for DA

Anonymous said...

Norwoods, we need more Norwoods! Lawyers that defend this county judge of ours and I guess who have advised the hospital district into trying to purchase a hospital. We need them. We need county officials to pocket FEMA money and we need tax money to be spent on what has always been a private entity until now. Vote Little out and give us Norwoods!

Anonymous said...

Hello Liberty Dispatch, DOING GOOD KEEP GOING.
You know if we had all of them take a drug and hair test before the ELECTION most of them would BE IN JAIL . WHAT DO THE PEOPLE OF OUR TOWN THINK ABOUT THIS .

THANK YOU GOD BLESS