ALABAMA – FIRST IN POLITICAL CORRUPTION

You want to know why Alabama is first in political corruption and last in education? CORRUPTION,

Political Corruption.

Mike Hubbard the Former Speaker of the House was convicted of 12 felonies, THREE years ago and has not served one day in jail. He now is appealing to the Alabama Supreme Court, his defense is the laws “he help write” are to confusing.

The Alabama Ethics Commission is a joke and the Alabama Bar Association and Judicial Committee are known more for covering up offenses of Judges and Attorneys, than accountability. Complaints fall on deaf ears and the corruption festers.

A basic political ethic is that no elected official can use his elected office for personal gain. That is basic, yet in Alabama it is acceptable.

Opinion | Alabama Supreme Court’s solution to public corruption: Legalize it

Opinion | Alabama Supreme Court’s solution to public corruption: Legalize it

This is it for ethics in Alabama. The Mike Hubbard appeal that sits before the Alabama Supreme Court is the line in the sand. Either we’re going to have laws that forbid pay-for-play politics in this state, or we’re going to once and for all toss in the towel and just let the political elite […]

Source: www.alreporter.com/2019/06/05/opinion-alabama-supreme-courts-solution-to-public-corruption-legalize-it/

If Mike Hubbard does not go to Jail, Alabama will maintain the U.S. Title as the Most Political Corrupt State and Education will share the title.

 

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8 Comments on "ALABAMA – FIRST IN POLITICAL CORRUPTION"

  1. Anonymous | June 5, 2019 at 6:16 pm |

    Oh Ripp chill. What is so bad about adding a little gravy to one’s pork?
    Do you know how much it costs to run a campaign? Do you know how little politicians make? Do you know how many hours a week they spend on the job? Something has to make it worth their while

    spend i

  2. Nastradomas | June 5, 2019 at 11:19 pm |

    Trip Pittman skated.
    This guy will too.
    Power corrupts.

    • Responder to Nastradomas | June 6, 2019 at 8:16 am |

      Power may corrupt but REAL power prevents indictment and BIG power acquits

      • True. But what a miserable person ole Pittman is now. Not even stealing money made him happy. Mr 7% of the votes for senate. Still makes me laugh. More dirtbags to follow!

  3. If you think Pittman was bad, wait until you see what the new does.

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