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It would benefit you and your readers more if you got your information correct. Rep. Timothy Meadows was not removed from the floor after this incident, it was Clay County Rep. Trent Skaggs that was removed from the floor for antagonizing the Republican party during the incident. As far as Jeff Roorda not giving an apology on Twitter....who cares....he apologized on the house floor and that was more than Tim Jones had done. You should check you source a little further before jumping too far off of your right wing into the tea.


I 100% agree. In watching the video. Rep. Meadows was nowhere to be seen, nor was he even mentioned. It is also wrong to bring up a offense that he took responsibility for. You might want to take the time to look at his record and see what Rep Meadows has accomplished and how hard he works for his constituents. He genuinely cares about them and works tirelessly. If this is an effort (which I think it is) to push him out and bring Charles Huey in, this is the wrong way to go about it. That is just dirty politics.

I know that Mr. Meadows listens to the democrat union people of his district ,but he does not listen to the common people. I was their the day that Rep. Roodra went nuts and YES! Rep. Meadows was the one asked to leave the chamber. It is not dirty politics to tell the truth.

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