John Whitehead’s Opponent Responds To Shock And Awe

Knox County Property Assessor Candidate John Whitehead‘s opponent last night responded to this post from last Sunday on Shock And Awe. Whitehead’s opponent last night appeared on Politics Knox, a community access television show hosted by former City Councilman and State Representative Steve Hall

In his closing remarks, Whitehead’s opponent said that he made three promises four years. He said that if people need to find his promise to go to an endorsement from the Big Metal Shed on the Hill. He did not say on what day, four plus years ago that appeared in the paper. 
Obviously, openness and transparency was not one of the promises of  Whitehead’s opponent. 

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9 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    I'll just use his conduct for the last 3 years to justify not voting for him.

  2. Anonymous says:

    You can tell by Phil Ballard's voice what a liar he is!

  3. Anonymous says:

    The PA's office is merely a politicians children's day care center at the tax payers expense. Ballard go home and take your staff with you. Jobs for votes, not this time Phil. Huddleston and the boys can put up all the signs you can purchase, but the taxpayers are reminded when they write the checks to pay their taxes, elect an insurance adjuster whom cant get certified, and pay him $120k a year. Go Home

  4. Anonymous says:

    LOL I totally agree out with Betty Lane, Craig Leuthold, Jim Weaver, Ruthy's daughter, Spencer, Paula Rudder, that will save the county $350k a year. Phil I would enjoy nothing better to see your true salary records, who is the new guy you hired Friday, and whom is he related to? Honestly Phil promises made, pormises kept, I promise to hire your relative and keep the them on the payroll, thats the only promise you made and kept.

  5. Anonymous says:

    You can have your people to keep taking down John Whitehead's signs. But that's fine and dandy Mr. Ballard. I know where my vote is going and that is obviously not for you. You and all the above will go home crying without a job here soon. No worries! You have done enough damage to Knox County and your wife for that matter. Why don't you stand up and be a real man and admit your wrong doings.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Jim Weaver is just as crooked as Phil is. Trying to rip us tax payers off by under appraising his property. That was Knox County you were cheating Jim Weaver! We haven't forgotten all the things that have taken place in the past few years.

  7. Anonymous says:

    I am sure ole uncle Phil will get the endorsement from little jack, the metal shed in the hill is not operating within the rules of the counties pilot program for a tax break, give him something he doesn't deserve just to keep him quiet, that's okay, no one pays attention to little jack, his vote doesn't count anyway. Phil can't control his family problems, and has an office full of idiots. Start packing Phil, go back to fire claims, before the campaign blowtorch is under your butt.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Huddleston isn't the only culpret on the Ballard bandwagon. Hunley I am sure will plaster ole Phil on the front cover of his paper. Graham will throw another party and raise money. Wake up people, this isn't rocket science, it's common sense.

  9. Anonymous says:

    It appears that Uncle Phil called a special meeting with his staff at 11 am. Rounding up the troops Uncle Phil, afraid that the truth is going to surface? Don't threaten the worker bees they are whats keeping you a float. If you were as prepared as you claimed to be when you ran for office your actions would have been prohibited. Lets see how quick the assessment will be changed on ol Jim's place, bet you do this one personally on your way home.