If You Don’t Know Where Your House Is, You Probably Don’t Know How Much It’s Worth, Either

Since I’m but one of a large cast of unoriginal folks, I decided to check the blogroll today to see what’s on the mind of other Bloggers.

First Up, JasonPye.Com

“(McDonough) — Today Larry Stanley contacted the State Ethics Commission to look into Mike Crotts’ failure to file his Personal Financial Disclosure Report. State law requires the report be filed no later than 15 calendar days after qualifying as a candidate. This necessary and legally required public disclosure of financial and business interests helps ensure Georgia’s public officials are free from conflicts of interest and the public trust is protected.”

I can only conclude that since Mr. Crotts is still having difficulty figuring out which house he lives in, he is having difficulty deciding between the values of his “personal residence” and his “investment property”.   Other theories are welcome.

4 comments

  1. drjay says:

    well if you are surfing then you should be sure to check out politics4kids.com as you peruse the blogosphere–maybe try to answer the question of the day even…

  2. Icarus says:

    Jimmy Carter? His Third Favorite President? I almost posted something, but then I remembered some terms aren’t age appropriate.

  3. DemBones says:

    I only saw one typo in his letter. He wrote “The voters of the 17th Senate District deserve better from Mike Crotts.” I think he meant “better than Mike Crotts.”

  4. Icarus says:

    Well, apparently Mr. Crotts has some good company with Jim Martin and the others who can’t be bothered with this pesky paperwork stuff.

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