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Great post! Keep up the excellent work! I really like your blog!!

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Is Bob Sweeney the Hillsboro lawyer who attempted to prosecute Sonia Adams, which ended up costing the City of Arnold quite a bit of money because the lawsuit was based on wrong information?

If so: Why would the city attorney, sit on a board that oversees union organizing, etc--and which earns money from county funds?

Perhaps it is just coincidence (if you believe in such things), but Paul D'Agrosa, the defense attorney for our SEIU Purple People Beating Friends, is the Prosecutor for Arnold Municipal Court. So, now we have the Arnold City Attorney (Bob Sweeney) as well as the Arnold City Prosecutor (Paul D'Agrosa) in league with SEIU and ACORN. Very Interesting, can't wait to see the next installment.

Unbelievable that a city attorney would have ties to this organization, MUCH LESS BE LISTED AS VICE PRESIDENT.


Good work.

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