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  1. and so on it goes...Turner, Woodruff, Daniels, Huston, Bennett, Pence, Delph...same story different day...fake Christians, phony Constitutionalists, who know nothing about either the Bible or the Constitution, fleecing the populace with a wink and a nod to each other...these are the same people who would legislate their own version of morality and invade the homes and bedrooms of the citizenry...who would marginalize those who they see as different, or a threat to their need to control everyone and everything, especially the money trail...fascinating that Bennett "was told" he could have avoided a fine if he had just re-written the rules so that you could "campaign with public resources"...Really? Who told him that, I doubt it was the tax payers, most likely the ethical "Watchdogs" we have in this ridiculous state...that certainly would be "ethical" a department head, you can either follow the rules, or just re-write them however you want so you won't violate them? This is hilarious...brazen disregard and contempt for even the people who voted them in...and the other farm animals (the voting sheep) looked from man to pig and pig to man, and realized they could no longer tell the difference...

  2. Joseph - Good questions! My wife and I have written to my state representatives--Rep Brian Bosma and Sen Jim Merritt--in both 2013 and 2014 complaining that Indiana's conflicts-of-interest laws and regulations needed strengthening. In the letters I pointed out several instances of abuse including those raised in articles by Star Reporter/Columnist Matthew Tully. The responses we received from both Bosma and Merritt were non-responsive. They both disagreed that the state has a problem. Note that both of these men are in Republican leadership positions. Hence, I have no confidence in anything meaningful happening.

  3. They should start a new tradition by getting rid of that old dated one. I'm not from Indiana so I think the Straight Chaser's should sing "California here I come". A much better more fitting song.

  4. Bennet already got what he deserved, except probably not enough. The other accountability needs to assigned to Mitch Daniels. Mitch danced away to lala land at Purdue just in time. Mitch never has answered for all of the funds he received from the now incarcerated Mr. Durham. Where is that money Mitch?

  5. So, by your logic, slavery should have remained a "state right"? I guess all those African transplants (no good illegal immigrants!) should have just moved to New York or Canada. Serves them right!