23 comments

  1. As a commoner, would the fine be $500.00 for everyone who did the same tampering with the mail and an election, or is this a special rate for the trusted politician only.

  2. The fine should have been much greater and penalty for deliberately destroying property should include jail time and community service

    1. @facite non victimarum What he did is wrong…but Jail should be for violent criminals that have committed serious crimes. I wouldn’t mine him getting ..Community Service, because it is a serious offense.

    2. @Tone I didn’t say prison, I said jail. A weekend in jail to think it over — and to send a powerful message — is very effective.

  3. Thats it?
    Are we going to pretend that was the only time? And none of his volunteers did the same?
    Immediate disqualification and ban from politics

  4. As a commoner, would the fine be $500.00 for everyone who did the same tampering with the mail and an election, or is this a special rate for the trusted politician only.

  5. As a commoner, would the fine be $500.00 for everyone who did the same tampering with the mail and an election, or is this a special rate for the trusted politician only.

  6. Very clear the difference in ethics between the “communities”.

  7. Hahaha you think he only removed one?
    Dishonest to the core. He should not be allowed to continue in politics.

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