1. debbie0040 says:

    Now, Erick, I wonder how many of PP readers know who Ron Jeremy is? Ron Jeremy has put on the pounds…

  2. Romegaguy says:

    Using “Ron Jeremy” and “pounds” in the same sentence is ok.

    BTW – Why is Vern making his announcement outside of the area he has represented for several years? Is it because the people in DeKalb know him too well for him to announce there? Or does he hope the people that handed out flyers at his “unannouncement” several months ago at Manuel’s cant find Marietta?

  3. Icarus says:

    Ron Paul or Ron Jeremy? Perhaps they could tour together? It could bring the tinfoil hat to a whole new level.

  4. Federalist says:

    Why do you Republicans care if Vernon had a threesome? Perdue, Isakson, Chambliss, Bush, Cheney, and Perdue have been screwing millions of georgians for years…and all at the same time.

  5. Trackboy1 says:

    Federalist, don’t forget how it went down…

    Probe criticizes ex-DeKalb chief, but finds no misconduct
    Calls to county CEO when he was accused of rape called improper
    The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
    Published on: 11/22/06

    Even though DeKalb County’s former police chief broke no laws when he tipped off CEO Vernon Jones that a woman had accused him of rape, those early telephone calls hindered the investigation, a special prosecutor has found.

    Former Police Chief Louis Graham called Jones twice as the woman was being interviewed by officers at the hospital after the alleged incident in January 2005.

    “The telephone calls were clearly improper, unethical and offensive to standard police investigatory practice, but our inquiry uncovered no evidence that tended to show any illegal actions,” a special prosecutor wrote in a Nov. 15 letter to Attorney General Thurbert Baker.

    “The … criminal investigation would most likely have been much more productive had Jones not been alerted by Graham of the allegation.”

    The findings were contained in a blistering report that followed a six-month investigation of the DeKalb County Police Department.

    The report was highly critical of Graham’s management of the department and of his phone calls to Jones the night the CEO was accused of rape.

    While the woman was at the hospital filing a complaint with police, Jones’ attorney called a key witness in the investigation, according to police files on the case.

    No charges were brought against Jones, who participated in a “consensual, legitimate adult encounter,” his lawyer has said.

    Graham, who resigned May 3, said Tuesday night he would not comment because he hadn’t seen a copy of the report. He did not return a phone call Wednesday.

    Jones declined to comment, but Ann Kimbrough, his chief of staff, issued a statement.

    “The attorney general agreed there was no wrongdoing on behalf of Louis Graham or Vernon Jones; this is clearly another case where taxpayers’ dollars were poured down the drain.”

    The investigation began in May, when Gwen Keyes Fleming, DeKalb County’s district attorney, cited a conflict of interest and referred the matter to the state attorney general’s office.

    Baker, the attorney general, appointed a special prosecutor, and Bob Keller, who served as Clayton County’s district attorney for 27 years and is now executive counsel with the Prosecuting Attorney’s Council of Georgia, helped lead the investigation.

    It focused on five incidents:

  6. liberator says:

    Jeremy believes in consensual sex! One thing for sure Hillary ain’t the white Jenna Jameson!

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