MBJ Editorial: Burton’s actions are slimy, at best

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Published: April 10,2011

Tags: ethics, MBJ Editorial

Ethics in government went out the window a long time ago. Politicians routinely lie to the media, and many believe that is OK. A more concerning issue, however, is politicians’ willingness, not to just lie, but to cover up the lie, which can lead to a lot more issues. Sen. Terry Burton, R-Newton, proved he […]

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One Response to “MBJ Editorial: Burton’s actions are slimy, at best”

  1. JoshM Says:

    Well, this could explain why the Miss Hospital Assoc is paying for Sen. Burton’s legal fees in the redistricting lawsuit. Is he serving as their mole in the court system in hopes of getting a good job at Medicaid? I’ve read where the hospital association has been involved in redistricting in an attempt to keep democrats in power so they can keep the medicaid money flowing through their association. I hate to say it, but it looks like Sen. Burton might be bought and payed for. I hope it’s not true.

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