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Jun 15, 2012

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Phoenix Woman

What's the deal here? Is Gilmore, the guy who drunkenly attacks women in public, getting various city-boy rubes to accept him and his friends in the West Metro One Percent crowd as The Sane Alternatives to the Ron Paul and other factions that threaten the West Metro moneybags crowd's hegemony?

Billjungbauer

LOL! Why does anyone take Gillmore seriously? Rarely does anyone comment on his posts. The only reason the media quotes him is because he has an opinion on everything. He is the most inactive Republican activist there is. Liberals got to love him. He was a two term BPOU chair who never had a meeting or raised a dime! He also censures comments to his blog. Twice this weekend I pointed out that it's not just the Ron Paul fringe that's worried about Agenda 21 and he never posted my comment. The best thing to do with Gillmore is to ignore him.

Neighbor

Editor's note: We're glad "Neighbor" isn't our editor. It's not just a spelling thing, either. Perhaps home-schooling would help.

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Why are you guys even reading Gillmore's blog? It doesn't seem to be the kind of material you are looking for anyway.

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