Birmingham, Ala. I hope very much our Citizens and anyone that was hurt by this comment can accept my apology. Chambers has served as mayor of Carbon Hill, a city of about 2, in northern Alabama, for five years. I hate to think of the country my grandkids will live in unless somehow we change and I think that will take a revolution. In a subsequent conversation, Chambers admitted that he had written the comments, but said they had been taken out of context and were intended to refer to a hypothetical civil war situation.
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SINGAPORE - India's decision to strike down a law banning gay sex has reignited a debate on the issue here, especially after a prominent figure voiced his support for Singapore to move in the same direction. India's Supreme Court unanimously ruled to decriminalise consensual gay sex, with Chief Justice Dipak Misra calling the law, which the country also inherited from British colonial rule, "irrational, indefensible and manifestly arbitrary". When another Facebook user pointed out to Prof Koh that there had been a failed attempt in Singapore in to challenge the constitutionality of A, he simply replied: "Try again. Prof Koh also liked a Facebook post on Friday by Mr Janadas Devan, the chief of Singapore government communications, in which he wrote: "Speaking personally, I support Tommy's position. Sooner or later, it will go.
Please refresh the page and retry. This was the case even when users had deliberately withheld such information from Facebook. They proposed that social networks introduce a "cloaking system" that allows users to prevent such inferences being drawn against their will, even when they are accurate.
Mark Chambers, the mayor of Carbon Hill, a small town in Walker County, is under fire for comments he made on social media. Chambers has not responded to AL. Carbon Hill Mayor Mark Chambers posted a comment to his personal Facebook page that echoed statements and memes currently circulating on social media. Chambers initially denied writing the post to WBRC but later said they were meant to be shared in a private message as opposed to a public post.