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Group files paperwork to oppose sale of alcohol in Tyler

Group files paperwork to oppose sale of alcohol in Tyler
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POSTED: Monday, June 18, 2012 - 2:01pm

UPDATED: Friday, June 22, 2012 - 12:37pm

A local group has filed paperwork with the Smith County Elections Office to oppose the "Buy Local First" organization and the sale of alcohol in Tyler and Smith County Precinct 2.

"Stand Strong for Tyler" filed paperwork last week and is led by Dr. Michael Daniels, pastor of Landmark Baptist Church.

Buy Local First has been collecting signatures since April to vote on the referendum in the November elections.

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Rattatooey you sound like a Theologian. What if when you reach those Pearly Gates God asks you why you called one of his CALLED men Stupid. Do you think the wine is the same as it is today. When Jesus turned water into wine was it fermented or was it juice? I am sure Dr. Daniels would welcome you with open arms. I am sad you called one of GODS men Stupid. I guess that shows where you are in your walk with Christ.

With Brookshire's behind this it cannot fail!

Nothing against Baptist and really don't care, don't drink, but I'd have bet a hundred dollars this would be the group that apposed the wet issue when first discussed even before the petitions started circulating. "Sure Money in the Bank".

Here we go again - a stupid minister steps into a place where he should not be
We know that Jesus visited the local taverns, made a considerable volume of wine at the wedding in Cana of Galillee, and Timothy was advised to drink a little wine for his stomach
So, Dr. Michael Daniels, go back to the assignment you were given. Preach the Gospel and teach the saints sound doctrine. Paul said,as you should know that those in the church are not to judge those in the World. Return to your first love.

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