‘Union County is my home! Its only your address’ — UnionToon Video County Commissioners, Election 2012 Jun 012012 Come December 2012 — do you think your interests will be represented on the Union County Board of Commissioners? Related PostsUnion Co. parents speak out for additional school fundingPublic and Commissioners comments from May 21 Commissioners meetingSchool Board and County Commissioners Mediation Facebook Comments comments 2 Responses to “‘Union County is my home! Its only your address’ — UnionToon Video” unionmyhome says: Fri Jun 01, 2012 at 2:53 pm Oh my goodness. I had no idea Parker Mills had made those comments at a meeting. How dare he try to determine who could call Union County their home. He has always been divisive and arrogant, and now it is caught on tape. Union County is made up of alot of different people from alot of different places. Most of the people want the same things (a good safe home and a place where their children can get a great education), it disgusts me that a former politician has such disdain for people that were not born here. Union County is my home and it is a great place. The politicians such as Parker, and Johnson and Thomas try to keep this county divided, it works for their purposes. I live for the day that the “ants” join together and expose these politicians for what they truly are. So refreshing to see one little ant (Commissioner Kuehler) stand up to these school yard bullies! Dawn Moretz says: Sat Jun 02, 2012 at 5:42 pm The deluge of seeds representing the ants has already begun via the UCPS Education Advocates (aka Green Shirts) who have dominated the meeting room of the County Commission meetings during the past two months. Not only do we show up and speak at BOCC meetings, we also share information with family, friends, co-workers, neighbors, and others. We use traditional and social media AND we vote! Be warned, GRASSHOPPERS: the ANTS will begin by moving the rubber tree plant (getting enough signatures on the TK petition) and then follow up by (re) moving you as we vote this and future Novembers… Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.