Award Winning Journalist Mr. Paul C. Barton Passes Away On June 6, 2016

Arlington, VA – A good man named Mr. Paul C. Barton died on June 6, 2016.   He was a proud son of Texas A. & M. University, and a newspaperman’s newspaperman.   The Lord must have needed Paul, and called him home.

Award Winning Newspaper Reporter Mr. Paul C. Barton

Award Winning Newspaper Reporter Mr. Paul C. Barton

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/washingtonpost/obituary.aspx?pid=180265227

These words from The Washington Post obituary describe Paul Barton professionally:

“A tenacious reporter, he tackled specialized assignments in politics, civil rights, environmental issues, social services, and the intersection of politics and federal tax policy.” 

Additionally,   Paul Barton was friendly, fair and polite to a fault …. until you tried to lie to him like the “Big Lick” crowd did in July – August 2014.   Then Paul Barton become even more polite, friendly and always fair,  but steadfastly persistent and focused in his questioning and pursuit on his quest for the truth on behalf of his readers.

This reporter first met Paul Barton when they shared the Press Table at the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee Hearing on the  PAST Act (Prevent All Soring Tactics) on November 13, 2013.

Past Act (Prevent All Soring Tactics) House Subcommittee  – Nov. 13, 2013

PAST ACT Hearing - U. S. Senate Energy & Commerce Subcommittee, Nov. 13, 2013

PAST ACT Hearing – U. S. Senate Energy & Commerce Subcommittee, Nov. 13, 2013

Their paths crossed again on June 18, 2014,  at the historic “Walk On Washington” held in front of the U. S. Capitol.

Walk On Washington” Event – June 18, 2014

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And their paths crossed the third time when  www.billygoboy.com, broke the story on August 27, 2014,  that renowned Budweiser Clydesdale vet Dr. Dallas Goble was not a member of the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration “VAC” (Veterinary Advisory Committee),  and the Celebration was perpetrating a fraud upon the public by saying that Dr. Goble was a member of the VAC and trading off of his good name.

On August 27, 2014www.billygoboy.com picked up the telephone and called Dr. Dallas Goble’s telephone number in Strawberry Plains, Tennessee.  Dr. Goble answered, and in response to a direct question by www.billygoboy.com:   “Are you a member of the Celebration’s “VAC” Veterinary Advisory Committee,  Dr. Goble famously said:

“I wouldn’t touch that with a 10 foot pole.”

He went on to say that:

  • “I never signed any Contract with the Celebration,
  • I never received any payment or retainer with the Celebration,
  • The last time I set foot on the Celebration grounds was 20 ““ 25 years ago,
  • The last time I worked with the Clydesdale herd was three years ago,
  • I am leaving Wednesday to go do missionary work in Guatemala.”

CITIZENS CAMPAIGN AGAINST “BIG LICK” ANIMAL CRUELTY BLOWS LID OFF OF “VAC’ VETERINARY ADVISORY COMMITTEE OF THE TENNESSEE WALKING HORSE NATIONAL CELEBRATION – DR. DALLAS O. GOBLE IS NOT A MEMBER OF THE CELEBRATION’S VAC VETERINARY ADVISORY COMMITTEE

The Tennessean Washington Bureau reporter Paul Barton (USA Today)  wasn’t far behind on the trail of the “Big Lick, Big Lie” story uncovered by www.billygoboy.com, and he lit in on the Dr. Dallas Goble/VAC scenario like a basset hound coming face to face with a cane cutter rabbit,  and the chase was on.

http://www.tennessean.com/story/news/2014/08/28/vet-cited-monitoring-horse-inspections-show/14740341/

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The chase led to this Front Page story which appeared in the Friday,  August 29, 2014, edition of The Tennessean newspaper:

DR. DALLAS O. GOBLE SAYS TURNED DOWN CELEBRATION INSPECTION JOB

BUDWEISER CLYDESDALE VET DR. DALLAS GOBLE - NOT PART OF CELEBRATION VAC - AUGUST 29, 2014

BUDWEISER CLYDESDALE VET DR. DALLAS GOBLE – NOT PART OF CELEBRATION VAC – AUGUST 29, 2014

Then the “Lickers” led by Celebration Chairman Mr. David L. Howard cried “Foul”, and accused Mr. Barton of not correctly reporting the facts.

And then a guy from Mississippi sitting under a tree came up with the idea of calling up Dr. Goble and letting him set the record straight.

www.billygoboy.com Telephone Interview With Dr. Dallas Goble – August 29, 2014

CLICK HERE to Listen:

DALLAS O. GOBLE, DVM - RETIRED VET

DALLAS O. GOBLE, DVM – RETIRED VET

The “Big Lick” crowd went to great lengths to try and cover their tracks with a hurried trip to see Dr. Goble in Knoxville trip,  and they then lit in after Mr. Paul C. Barton.

Here is the Nashville Scene article where the “Big Lick” attempted to go after Washington Tennessean Bureau reporter Mr. Paul Barton

http://www.nashvillescene.com/pitw/archives/2014/08/29/walking-horse-group-slams-tennessean-paper-stands-by-reporting

Walking Horse Group Slams Tennessean, Paper Stands By Reporting

POSTED BY STEVE CAVENDISH ON FRI, AUG 29, 2014 AT 5:01 PM

“The Tennessean’s lead story today, a piece in the ongoing debate over soring and walking horses (“Vet says he turned down inspection job”) has come under fire from the industry.
At issue? Whether or not Washington bureau reporter Paul Barton talked with a veterinarian on Wednesday about his involvement with an industry oversight committee.
From the story:

“WASHINGTON — For weeks, officials of the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration have proclaimed that three independent and “world-class” veterinarians would oversee inspections to guard against horse soring at the show in Shelbyville this week.
What they didn’t disclose is that one of the veterinarians never agreed to the deal and is at home in Knoxville this week — enjoying his retirement — rather than checking out horses as part of the Celebration’s new Veterinary Advisory Council.
Critics call the misrepresentation a sign that the council’s real purpose has more to do with politics than protecting horses as the political battle over the Prevent All Soring Tactics Act in Congress continues.

Further down in the story, Barton quotes the Knoxville vet, Dallas Goble:
But Goble, when contacted for a second time Wednesday, still said he had not been involved in any way and that he knew nothing about establishing testing protocols.
“I am not involved,” he said. “I haven’t been involved from the start.”
Walking horse officials, in a signed letter from the three vets on the board, say that later conversation never happened.

Dr. Gobles was in contact with this member of the media only once, contrary to the article he published on this subject. Dr. Gobles spoke truthfully, and throughout the week this particular member of the media has chosen to ignore repeated confirmations that Dr. Gobles was and is on the VAC.

The public is reminded that it was never a requirement or expectation that all the committee members would be on site to carry out the VAC recommendations.
When reached in D.C., Gannett Washington Editor Bill Theobald said “We stand by the reporting in our stories.”

The Licker Strategy didn’t work because www.billygoboy.com published a transcript of the conversation with Dr. Goble which took place at 3:20 p.m. cdst on Friday, August 29, 2014:

TRANSCRIPT OF CITIZENS CAMPAIGN CLANT M. SEAY TELEPHONE INTERVIEW OF DALLAS O. GOBLE, DVM

(Note: CMS is Clant M Seay; DG is Dr. Dallas Goble)

Dr. Goble was reached at his home in Strawberry Plains, Tennessee by Clant M. Seay at approximately 3: 20 PM CDST, on Friday, August 29, 2014

Ringing and pick up

DG: Hello.

CMS: Dr. Goble

DG: Yes’ suh

CMS: This is Clant. How are you?

Pause
DG: How am I?

CMS: Yes, Sir.

DG: Just chuggin along

CMS: Dr. Goble, a lot has happened since you and I first started talking about all of this stuff

Long Pause

You think”¦I thought you were going to Guatemala

DG: I thought I was too but that got cancelled.

CMS: I hope I haven’t messed everything up for you.

DG: Well, I don’t know that anybody messed anything up but I planned on doing what I was doing and it got cancelled and so its just one thing after another.

CMS: Yes suh. Well, Dr. Goble you never met me and I’ve never met you but I know you’re a straight -up fella and I certainly didn’t want to say anything that shouldn’t have been said, right. I think you talked to Dr. Blackwell about the thing you weren’t part of what they doing down there, at the VAC. So, I hope I haven’t, didn’t say anything, I thought you told me that you weren’t part of the VAC. Long Pause

DG: What? Part of the What?

CMS: That veterinary advisory committee down in Shelbyville at The Celebration.

DG: Oh, I was originally, back in July and (pause) we discussed, I and Jerry Johnson, discussed, what we were going to do”¦ it didn’t have anything to do with The Celebration, it simply was the fact that there was going to be a lot of horses there and we could do the project that we wanted to consider.

CMS: Yes. Suh. When I asked you did they paid you anything. You told me that they didn’t.

DG: Did what?

CMS: I asked you if they were paying you anything or if you signed a contract and you said they did not.

DG: No, I didn’t, I don’t get any pay and, ah, I haven’t signed a contract with them, just word of mouth.

CMS: Yeah, that’s exactly what you told me and you also said that well you hadn’t been down there in about 20-25 years either.

DG: No, I haven’t it’s been a long, long time.

CMS: Yeah, well, I just hate your name got in all this stuff and I started it off. But I was just trying to figure out, I know I, what we talked about, and I didn’t want to have anything wrong in what I was reporting upon.

DG: Well, You know I, I, don’t, I don’t really understand what’s going on. The, the original committee, you know, was going to look at just some things independent of any inspection service or anything because they had a large number of horses available in one spot, you know, and so they were going to do some evaluation of those horses. It didn’t have anything to do with The Celebration really other than the fact that it was going on at that time.

CMS: Yes, suh. Did they, y’all all have any protocols or anything that you all agreed to or did you all just talk about maybe doing some protocols?

DG: No, We had some for radiographs and ultrasounds and that type of thing as far as what Jerry and I talked about, I never saw anything in writing. But him and I just discussed it on the phone.

CMS: Did you ever meet with any of those folks down there? Did you ever go down there for anything?

DG: No

CMS: Okay. Well, I reckon”¦ when are you going to be able to go to Guatemala?

DG: Well, we were going to go down there and do missionary work. The last time down there we built a house for a man and wife and three kids. The house was a 12×12 structure of plywood had a front door and a window in it and a roof on it and that was a significant move up from living in a cardboard (unintelligible) hooked onto sticks and an awning type of thing over the top for rain protection.

CMS: Yes, Suh. Just let me ask you something please. This Mr. Blankenship did you ever talk to him at all or just Dr. Johnson?

DG: With who?

CMS: Mr. Tom Blankenship with The Celebration. He’s the spokesperson for this VAC deal.

DG: No, I never talked to him “¦ I talked to Jerry

CMS: Yes, suh

DG: and with all the foo-foo (sic) that’s going on, I met with those three people this morning or two people, they drove over to Knoxville to see me, and I signed a thing that said I was no longer a member or anything associated with their committee.

CMS: Did you read close what was on that paper?

DG: Yes Sir

CMS: OK. Well it made it sound like you were sort of in it from the beginning and it looks like to me like that all there was, was just a brief conversation that you and Dr. Johnson had about you maybe being on it and you thought about it and said you weren’t going to do it.

DG: Yeah, that’s essentially what it was. I talked to Jerry Johnson originally and that was the only person I have ever spoke to. There was no, nothing you know written we discussed evaluations and this type of thing but we really weren’t doing anything you know.

CMS: Did you have any conversations with him other than the one?

DG: Did I what?

CMS: Did you have any other conversations with him past the first time when he called you and wanted to know you if you were interested in maybe doing it?

DG: No, I told him when I called him back, I don’t know it’s been two or three weeks ago now, due to other factors that came up, I told him that I was not going to be participating in any of the program and so he said OK.

CMS: Well, I just appreciate you taking the time to go through it with me. Like I say we started off with this thing and I know you told me that your name wasn’t on anything but your driver’s license.

DG: Yeah, yeah

CMS: So, we’ll just see what happens. Now, Mr. Barton with that newspaper he called you two or three times on this deal, right?

DG: Oh, he called me at least three or maybe four, he, he is a jerk.

CMS: Yes, sir (laughing) well you know sometimes these newspaper people come across that way. I’m sorry it didn’t He just kept wanting to ask the questions right?

DG: Yes, the same ones. And you know the answer was the same

CMS: (laughing). What was the question and what was the answer?

DG: Why I’m not sure but he kept saying are you associated with them or helping them out and I said no I am no longer a member of that group. And then he called me back again and then he called me back again and, you know, it was the same, same song and so I got a call yesterday from, oh, I don’t know his name buone of the people on that committee, the director of it or whatever, and he said we’d like for you to sign a paper that says that you are not a member of that committee and so, I said, well, OK and so that’s what I did.

CMS: Yes suh. I understand that part. Lemme see, today is what Friday and you were going to leave yesterday to go to Guatemala?

DG: Well, we planned on it but I don’t know what happened but the church cancelled the program.

CMS: Right, This thing they got you to sign –you might ought to look at it again because I’m afraid the newspaper people are still going to be maybe asking you a question or two because they said that you had been a member of the VAC since it began since its inception.

DG: Well, if you talk July when it was but you know what I still don’t understand the entire whirlwind about something that has nothing to do really with The Celebration.

CMS: Well, I think the problem is that The Celebration was using the VAC to try to give some respectability to the horse soring problem they have down there.

DG: We simply wanted to measure some things to see if we picked up things that nobody else did.

CMS: Yes, suh, Well, OKAY. Well, I don’t know where it’s going to end up. I just really wanted to let you know what they got you to sign was a lot more than that you were no longer a part of it. What they got you to sign was a whole bunch more stuff. Basically, here’s one thing they said that you said that on no occasion did you deny being a part of the VAC. And, when you and I talked you said you weren’t part of the VAC, so

DG: Well, I wasn’t, I wasn’t then.

CMS: Yes, suh so, yes suh

DG: I had already called them and told them I wasn’t going to do it. When you called me I had already told them that.

CMS: Right, and that’s what you told me. We talked about two or three days ago when all this started. Today’s Friday, I reckon we talked about Tuesday or Wednesday and you just said you weren’t part of it.

DG: I wasn’t and I’m still not.

CMS: And I don’t think you’re going to be either (laughing) from what you’re telling me. Well, Dr. Goble thank you for taking the time to talk to me a little bit. It’s interesting; you just never can tell what’s going to happen. But, I feel comfortable if I have to call you back on anything I can do it. That’s all I can say. I hope to meet you one day. I’m up in Maryville quite a bit. There’s a court matter going on I check on periodically. You don’t live far from there do you?

DG: I live in Strawberry Plains.

CMS: Yes, suh. How far is that from Maryville?

DG: Probably from Maryville I’d say about 30 miles

CMS: How long are you going to be in Guatemala?

DG: Well, I’m not going now because they cancelled the trip

CMS: Oh my goodness I didn’t realize that?

DG: Yes, that was what I was telling you. They cancelled that trip because of something going on, I don’t know what it was but we got word from them that we were cancelled.

CMS: Well, thank you for taking the time, I appreciate. My name’s Clant. If I need to get back I’ll holler at you. Good to talk to you, sir.

DG: Okay

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Following the firestorm,  Mr. Paul Barton wrote Clant M. Seay the following note:
From: Barton, Paul <pbarton@gannett.com>
To: Clant Seay <cmseaylaw@aol.com>
Subject: From Paul B: Thanks for posting that transcript!!
Date: Sat, Aug 30, 2014 11:57 am
That guy would say something and then seem to hedge on it a bit, causing me to repeat the question. That’s why I came off as a jerk to him. Your interview style was much better. Again, thanks for posting. – paul b. Paul C. Barton Reporter USA Today-Gannett Washington Bureau 1575 Eye Street NW, Suite 350 Washington, D.C. 20005 Phone: (703) 854-8941 Cell: (202) 591-9447 pbarton@gannett.com Follow on Twitter @PaulCBarton


Obituaries – Mr. Paul C. Barton

PAUL C. BARTON

1957 ~ 2016

Award-winning journalist Paul Chastain Barton, born November 16, 1957, Midland, Texas, died June 6, 2016, at his home in Arlington, VA. A tenacious reporter, he tackled specialized assignments in politics, civil rights, environmental issues, social services, and the intersection of politics and federal tax policy.

His 34-year career included covering Bill Clinton during his Arkansas governorship, interviews with President George W. Bush and serving as Washington Bureau Chief for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. He also wrote for Capitol News Connection, Gannett-USA Today and, most recently, Tax Analysts.
Barton and wife Mary Ann co-authored Campaign: A Cartoon History of Bill Clinton”s Race for the White House published by the University of Arkansas Press, 1993. Recently, he was working on a book about Texas A&M graduates” experiences in the Vietnam Tet Offensive,

Barton, an ardent alum of Texas A&M University, is survived by wife, Mary Ann Busby Barton; daughter, Katherine Hays Barton and siblings, Joel Barton, Ashburn, VA, Ellen Morrison, Austin, TX, and David Barton, Amelia Island, FL. Memorial service: June 18, 11 a.m., Christ Church, 118 Washington St., Alexandria, VA.

– See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/washingtonpost/obituary.aspx?pid=180265227#sthash.us7PTMLh.dpuf

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Obituary for Paul Barton

Paul Chastain Barton, 58, of Arlington, Va. passed away peacefully in his sleep Monday morning, June 6, 2016 after a short hospital stay.
Paul was born Nov. 16, 1957 in Midland, Texas and grew up in Houston. He graduated in 1976 from Westchester High School, where he was editor of the student newspaper El Gato. Paul earned a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism with a minor in history in 1980, graduating magna cum laude from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas; Paul earned a master’s degree in Government from The University of Texas at Austin.

Paul loved Texas, iced tea with lemon, Texas A&M football, the movies “Patton” and “All the President’s Men,” strawberry daiquiris, going to concerts at Wolf Trap (last season’s John Fogerty was a favorite) and grilling on the weekends. He had a special place in his heart for family dog Ginger, 11, who could always count on extra pats (and snacks) from Paul.
Paul earned numerous journalism awards during his career and was most recently working as a reporter for Tax Analysts in Falls Church, up until the time of his passing. His career included covering former President Bill Clinton during his term as Arkansas governor, interviews with President George W. Bush and covering members of Congress.

Paul reported for the Hearne Texas Newspaper and the Palestine Herald-Press in Texas; the Arkansas Democrat in Little Rock and Washington, D.C.; the Arkansas Gazette in Washington, D.C. and the Memphis Commercial Appeal in Jackson, Miss. Also in Washington, D.C., Paul reported for the Cincinnati Enquirer, helmed the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette as Washington Bureau Chief, and went on to report for Capitol News Connection and Gannett Washington Bureau/USA Today. Paul covered Congress, federal policy issues and influence on elections. He was a co-author with wife Mary Ann of “Campaign: A Cartoon History of Bill Clinton’s Race for the White House,” published by the University of Arkansas Press.

In his spare time, Paul was working on a book about Texas A&M graduates’ experiences in the Tet Offensive in Vietnam.
Paul was a passionate follower of Texas A&M football, attending his first game when he was 6 years old, Thanksgiving Day 1963, the historic match-up between the Aggies and the Texas Longhorns at Kyle Field. Through the years, Paul reeled off statistics and key plays from the Aggies’ big games. He loved following everything from coaching to recruiting and especially loved “The Aggie War Hymn.”

Paul and his wife Mary Ann (Busby) met in 1986 while both were working at the Arkansas Democrat newspaper, going to see the movie “Top Gun” on their first date and married August 19, 1989 in Little Rock; they moved to Washington, D.C., where their daughter Katherine Hays (“Kate”) was born in 1996.

Paul adored and was very proud of Kate, a graduate of Bishop Ireton High School in Alexandria and a sophomore on the Dean’s List at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., majoring in Global Affairs.
In addition to wife Mary Ann and daughter Kate of Arlington, Va., Paul is survived by siblings Dr. Joel Hinds Barton (Susan) of Ashburn, Va.; Ellen Morrison (Mark) of Austin, Texas and David Merritt Barton (Susan Martin) of Jacksonville, Fla. Paul was the son of the late Vinita “Nita” Grace Hinds and the late Merritt Chastain Barton. Paul is also survived by nephew R.J. Barton (Katie) and their son Henry of Ashburn, Va., niece Allison Soules Barton-Hill (Abby) of Ashburn, nephew Jeff Morrison (Elizabeth) and their son Merritt of New Orleans and nephew Scott Morrison (Meagan) of Georgetown, Texas. He is survived by in-laws Jack and Annette Busby of Little Rock, brothers-in-law Kirk Busby of Little Rock and John Busby (Debbie) and daughter Kendall of Manhattan Beach, Calif. and Jodi Busby and daughter Lucy of Woodstock, N.Y.

A memorial service and reception are planned for Saturday, June 18 at 11 a.m. at Christ Church in Old Town Alexandria. All are welcome to attend.

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Chronology of Mr. Paul C. Barton Covering the “Big Lick” Animal Cruelty Story

On  November 10, 2013, the following Ad ran in the Sunday edition of The Tennessean newspaper.  The www.billygoboy.com reporter had copies of the Ad at the Press Table and provided them to his colleagues.  The Past Act Poll of TWHBEA (TN Walking Horse breed registry) members was the beginning of the end for the “Big Lick”.

THE TENNESSEEAN NEWSPAPER – NOV. 10, 2013

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http://www.tennessean.com/story/news/2014/08/28/vet-cited-monitoring-horse-inspections-show/14740341/

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JULY 23, 2014

THE TENNESSEAN WASHINGTON BUREAU MONITORS PROGRESS OF PAST ACT – CONGRESSMAN ED WHITFIELD CHALLENGES REPRESENTATIVE MARSHA BLACKBURN TO DEBATE THE ISSUE ON THE HOUSE FLOOR


JULY 29, 2014


GANNETT WASHINGTON BUREAU CHIEF PAUL C. BARTON HOMES IN ON TENNESSEE WALKING HORSE STORY AND SORE BIG LICK CREDIBILITY – CONGRESSMAN ED WHITFIELD (R-KY) CALLS PSHA’S JEFFREY HOWARD AND RAISES HIM

AUGUST 1, 2014

THE TENNESSEAN HAS LOCKED ON TO THE DECEPTION OF THE SORE BIG LICK PSHA CROWD – CELEBRATION CHAIRMAN DAVID L. HOWARD AND SON JEFFREY AND THE PSHA CROWD ARE GETTING “JUMPY JERKY” AND DOWNRIGHT NERVOUS OVER IT

AUGUST 6, 2014

CELEBRATION CHAIRMAN DAVID L. HOWARD ACCUSES TENNESSEAN REPORTER HEIDI HALL OF “UNETHICAL AND LAZY REPORTING” – HOWARD QUESTIONS IF “DUTCH” IS “DUTCH” –

AUG. 15, 2014

GANNETT WASHINGTON BUREAU CHIEF PAUL C. BARTON HOMES IN ON TRAINER BOYZ USING BANNED SUBSTANCES TO INFLATE SORE BIG LICK’S BOGUS HPA COMPLIANCE NUMBERS – JEFFREY HOWARD CLAMS UP AND WON’T ANSWER QUESTIONS – CELEBRATION SPONSOR DAVID THOMAS RIPS THE COVER OFF OF PSHA JEFFREY HOWARD’S CLAIMS

AUGUST 27, 2014

CITIZENS CAMPAIGN AGAINST “BIG LICK” ANIMAL CRUELTY BLOWS LID OFF OF “VAC’ VETERINARY ADVISORY COMMITTEE OF THE TENNESSEE WALKING HORSE NATIONAL CELEBRATION – DR. DALLAS O. GOBLE IS NOT A MEMBER OF THE CELEBRATION’S VAC VETERINARY ADVISORY COMMITTEE

AUGUST 28, 2014

GANNETT WASHINGTON BUREAU CHIEF PAUL C. BARTON’S STORY BLOWS THE WHISTLE ON “VAC” VETERINARY ADVISORY COMMITTEE – EITHER SPOKESPERSON TOM BLANKENSHIP OR DR. DALLAS O. GOBLE IS LYING, AND IT ISN’T DR. GOBLE

BUDWEISER CLYDESDALE VET DR. DALLAS GOBLE - NOT PART OF CELEBRATION VAC - AUGUST 29, 2014

BUDWEISER CLYDESDALE VET DR. DALLAS GOBLE – NOT PART OF CELEBRATION VAC – AUGUST 29, 2014

DR. DALLAS O. GOBLE SAYS TURNED DOWN CELEBRATION INSPECTION JOB

DR. DALLAS O. GOBLE SAYS TURNED DOWN CELEBRATION INSPECTION JOB

DALLAS O. GOBLE, DVM - RETIRED VET

DALLAS O. GOBLE, DVM – RETIRED VET

 

AUGUST 28, 2014

CELEBRATION OFFICIALS LYING ABOUT “VAC” VETERINARY ADVISORY COMMITTEE CASTS PALL OVER THURSDAY NIGHT CELEBRATION CHAMPIONSHIP COMPETITION – THE PUBLIC IS SAYING, THANKS, BUT NO THANKS

AUGUST 29, 2014

CLICK BELOW To Listen To Dr. Dallas Gobel:

 

THE TENNESSEAN NEWSPAPER HEADLINES – “VET SAYS HE TURNED DOWN INSPECTION JOB” – CELEBRATION CHAIRMAN DAVID L. HOWARD ATTACKS THE TENNESSEAN NEWSPAPER AND REPORTER PAUL C. BARTON

AUGUST 30, 2014

CITIZENS CAMPAIGN INTERVIEW WITH DR. DALLAS O. GOBLE BLOWS CELEBRATION/”VAC” PR FIRM “SPIN JOB” SKY HIGH – LISTEN TO DR. GOBLE EXPOSE THE BLATANT LIES AND CHICANERY OF THE SORE BIG LICK

 


SEPTEMBER 1, 2014

THE TENNESSEAN ARTICLE QUESTIONS “DIRECT SUPERVISION” CLAIMED BY CELEBRATION CHAIRMAN DAVID L. HOWARD AND “VAC” OFFICIALS TOM BLANKENSHIP AND DR. JERRY JOHNSON (SENATOR LAMAR ALEXANDER “INDEPENDENT” EQUINE ADVISOR)

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Nephew Eugene says we won’t see Paul’s like again any time soon.

Rest in peace, Paul.

Front Porch - Hilltop Market - Theta, Tennessee

Front Porch – Hilltop Market – Theta, Tennessee

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