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The mayor of a small Alabama town is apologizing after he reportedly recommended "killing" members of the LGBTQ community in a now-deleted Facebook post. 

Carbon Hill Mayor Mark Chambers was responding to a comment on his original post, which read in all capital letters: "We live in a society where homosexuals lecture us on morals, transvestites lecture us on human biology, baby killers lecture us on human rights and socialists lecture us on economics!"

In a subsequent comment, the mayor wrote: "The only way to change it would be to kill the problem out. I know it's bad to say but with out [sic] killing them out there's no way to fix it."

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/carbon-hill-alabama-mayor-mark-chambers-recommends-killing-lgbtq-community-facebook-post-2019-06-04/

 

 

...is the same person as this guy...

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CARBON HILL, Ala. (WIAT) — The mayor of Carbon Hill, Ala. Mark Chambers has turned in a letter of resignation Saturday.

Saturday Chambers made a Facebook post stating he no longer will support Alabama football and Saban. This does not come long after Alabama football made a social media post in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.

https://www.cbs42.com/news/local/carbon-hill-mayor-resigns-after-controversial-facebook-comments-on-nick-saban-ua-football-stance-on-black-lives-matter/

 

 

...and if that isn't just the state of Alabama and Alabama football in a nutshell, I don't know what is.  😂

They couldn't get him to resign last year for suggesting that killing off LGBT folks is the only solution to the problem they present, but criticize Lord Saban and his video about racism?  You're done, son.

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4 minutes ago, TitanTiger said:

This guy...

 

 

...is the same person as this guy...

 

 

...and if that isn't just the state of Alabama and Alabama football in a nutshell, I don't know what is.  😂

They couldn't get him to resign last year for suggesting that killing off LGBT folks is the only solution to the problem they present, but criticize Lord Saban and his video about racism?  You're done, son.

he also spelled saban wrong on cbs 42 news site as well...............lol

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Carbon Hill, Lost population from 2000-2010. They are only 2021 people. Why would anyone care about the mayor of a town that small. Hell there may be sections in a stadium with more people. 

Do yall every feel like you/we are living in a bad Twilight Zone Episode? If we had any sense, or fewer In-Laws, we would move the hell out of here.

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Walker County Alabama errbody. Tornadoes and white trash. 

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On 6/28/2020 at 6:26 AM, DKW 86 said:

Do yall every feel like you/we are living in a bad Twilight Zone Episode? If we had any sense, or fewer In-Laws, we would move the hell out of here.

Got the hell out of Alabama a lonnnng time ago and don't ever plan on moving back.

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8 hours ago, Brad_ATX said:

Got the hell out of Alabama a lonnnng time ago and don't ever plan on moving back.

It’s lovely man. 

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On 6/29/2020 at 10:50 PM, alexava said:

It’s lovely man. 

Tell you what. On our route to Yellowstone thru Wyoming and South Dakota, I have never seen more hospitality... coupled with less fear of being "politically correct." Stereotypically speaking, the freedom of yesteryear is roaming the prairies and the buttes...and it's very refreshing. Takes a lot of grit to live through these winters, and observing the state population rank, few are up to it. I love Alabama, hot mess that it is...just like every other nook and cranny of Amuhrica...but I could adapt with seasonal tweaking pretty fine to roaming the plains.

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1 hour ago, ToraGirl said:

Tell you what. On our route to Yellowstone thru Wyoming and South Dakota, I have never seen more hospitality... coupled with less fear of being "politically correct." Stereotypically speaking, the freedom of yesteryear is roaming the prairies and the buttes...and it's very refreshing. Takes a lot of grit to live through these winters, and observing the state population rank, few are up to it. I love Alabama, hot mess that it is...just like every other nook and cranny of Amuhrica...but I could adapt with seasonal tweaking pretty fine to roaming the plains.

I visited Seattle last October. Absolutely loved it. The weather was the best part. I could easily adapt in one of the small towns just north of the city to the border. It doesn’t get very cold and NEVER gets hot. 
     I am fairly certain I would be amazed at the area you are going through as well. It’s on my list!  

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5 hours ago, alexava said:

I visited Seattle last October. Absolutely loved it. The weather was the best part. I could easily adapt in one of the small towns just north of the city to the border. It doesn’t get very cold and NEVER gets hot. 
     I am fairly certain I would be amazed at the area you are going through as well. It’s on my list!  

Seattle IS amazing. Glad we went when we did.

You WILL love it. Wyoming stole my heart.

Here's the bounty! I'll put it in "Post a Picture", too. Obtained at 12:20 am in Sioux City, Iowa. Just arrived in Omaha...2:20 am. I am relentless...and my family is beyond patient. 😊😴 

http://www.siouxcityhistory.org/historic-sites/109-war-eagle

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11 hours ago, ToraGirl said:

Tell you what. On our route to Yellowstone thru Wyoming and South Dakota, I have never seen more hospitality... coupled with less fear of being "politically correct." Stereotypically speaking, the freedom of yesteryear is roaming the prairies and the buttes...and it's very refreshing. Takes a lot of grit to live through these winters, and observing the state population rank, few are up to it. I love Alabama, hot mess that it is...just like every other nook and cranny of Amuhrica...but I could adapt with seasonal tweaking pretty fine to roaming the plains.

I lived in Omaha for 4 years, and spent a lot of my work time in South Dakota. My first observation: the average high school graduate there is usually better educated and better read than some college graduates in the Deep South. They are still very community based and the public schools are well funded and highly competent. Cold winters or not, I’m planning on retiring somewhere in that area. I’m glad you had a positive experience out there. 

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11 hours ago, ToraGirl said:

Tell you what. On our route to Yellowstone thru Wyoming and South Dakota, I have never seen more hospitality... coupled with less fear of being "politically correct." Stereotypically speaking, the freedom of yesteryear is roaming the prairies and the buttes...and it's very refreshing. Takes a lot of grit to live through these winters, and observing the state population rank, few are up to it. I love Alabama, hot mess that it is...just like every other nook and cranny of Amuhrica...but I could adapt with seasonal tweaking pretty fine to roaming the plains.

I spent some time in August in Montana, Wyoming, Yellowstone one year. Absolutely stunning. Perfect time of year to visit. Not sure I could stand the 8+ months of snow, but it was undeniably beautiful. 

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10 hours ago, alexava said:

I visited Seattle last October. Absolutely loved it. The weather was the best part. I could easily adapt in one of the small towns just north of the city to the border. It doesn’t get very cold and NEVER gets hot. 
     I am fairly certain I would be amazed at the area you are going through as well. It’s on my list!  

It's a great city, but you went in October.  That's a great time of year up there.  Try it in January.  It's cold, cloudy, and spitting rain every day.  Spent way too much time up there for work over the last few years.

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12 hours ago, alexava said:

I visited Seattle last October. Absolutely loved it. The weather was the best part. I could easily adapt in one of the small towns just north of the city to the border. It doesn’t get very cold and NEVER gets hot. 
     I am fairly certain I would be amazed at the area you are going through as well. It’s on my list!  

Wife and I feel the same about Virginia.

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