Speakout 5/27

Friday, May 27, 2005

Who says we don't have any gentlemen here in the town of Sikeston. I was just coming out of the Dollar Store and there goes another one of my angels. A police officer stood by so kind, so gentle and held the door for me with a big smile and a hello. God bless him. Thank you so much.

My wife, Judy and I want to express our deepest gratitude for everyone who attended and supported the "JP-FEST" that was held at the Manhattan Hall, on May the 13th and 14th. The bands where fantastic, the audience was well behaved, and we raised enough funds to award a senior by the name of Anthony Masfield, a scholarship in memory of my late son, James Paul Bramlett. Who was also a senior in East Prairie High School, and left this world on 9-30-04. Also I want to Thank Capt. Seavers of the Sikeston Department. of Safety for patrolling the area during the JP-FEST. We will be holding these events every 3 months and any bands wishing to play can contact me at:

rbwebdesign@sbcglobal.net, or visit: http://www.jpbramlett.com/ for further details.

I would like to personally thank Dr. Mark Priggel for helping me out the other when I couldn't get in to any other dentist and he took out of his busy schedule to allow me to come into his office and see me an I have never been there before. Then he helped relieve my pain and took x- rays and gave me some shots to help my pain. I really appreciate that with all my heart, and thank you very much Dr. Mark Priggel for having a very big heart as well and helping me out like you did.

Bush has never used his veto power to stop wasteful government spending. Now he's planning to use it for the first time in order to stop the expansion of funding for stem cell research. I wish we had a better president.