Getting to know your candidate

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, July 12, 2006

To the Editor:

Apparently Brock Wells believes that if he uses the words character, integrity and leadership enough times in conjunction with his name that some of those characterizations will stick to him. It won’t happen Brock Wells.

Those traits are developed before you become your age. You are now what you are, someone with no moral fiber or integrity and your leadership is very suspect. We will discuss that later in this letter.

In one of your many letters to the editor of The Selma Times-Journal, you suggested that the voters should talk to the people who know the candidates to learn about them.

Well, I am one of the people who knows you best and I can verify that you are one of the lowest characters I have known in my life.

In the first letter I submitted I gave reasons why I know you are of low moral character, but The Selma Times-Journal would not print what you did to deserve my thoughts about you.

Now to your leadership abilities, I understand that you have been the chairman of the Republican Party of Dallas County for some time.

However, you were not able to get one candidate on the primary ballot this year, other than yourself.

I submit that if you had any leadership ability you could have fielded at least one Republican for public office in Dallas County.

I hope the voters of Dallas County can see through you. See the person you really are and vote a resounding “No” for you as Probate Judge.

As I mentioned earlier, The Selma Times-Journal censured why or how I know you have no character or integrity. However, If there is anyone who doesn’t know and would like to know the real Brock Wells, they may call me between the hours of 1 and 5 p.m. at 874-7924.

Robert Sammons