The good news is that he is not looking at a mansion in Waleska. Even if he had thoughts about it, it would be a short search. We have no mansions.
I would not want him to be my neighbor and I doubt you would either. He has no respect for anyone or anything including himself. While he is a citizen of Canada, he seems to think the laws of our country do not apply to him.
You may have read about his arrest for throwing raw eggs at the home of one of his California neighbors. At the time, the police searched Bieber’s house and found drugs. Naturally, they were supposedly the drugs of someone else.
I must admit there have been houses attacked in our area, too. They were rolled. Rolling means pranksters, usually teens who are friends of another teenager who lives in the house, throw rolls of toilet paper up in the trees and in the shrubbery.
My neighbors did not report that to the police. After all, it was a harmless prank. The victims, knowing the cost of a roll of toilet tissue, got it down out of the trees, put it in big plastic bags and used it for weeks for its original intent.
Without a doubt, most of us would prefer Charmin in our trees to Eggland’s Best smashed on our house.
It appears wherever Justin Bieber is, there is trouble. He even thinks it is OK for him to take charge of the streets when he and his friends want to drag race.
Can you imagine anyone racing a Lamborghini or any other vehicle on a city street?
They had blocked off other streets with SUVs so no one else could get on that street they had turned into a racetrack.
That time Bieber was charged for drag racing, resisting arrest, DUI and driving with an expired license. Posting bond was no problem for him so he was soon loose again.
That happened in Miami. Thankfully, he was not in Waleska. We have only four streets and two state highways inside the city limits. Traffic in the entire city would have been gridlocked.
Whenever he has been arrested he has called the police vulgar names. Those policemen must be unbelievably professional for them to resist the temptation to use a Taser on Justin Bieber’s tongue.
Earlier this week, his driver and a bodyguard were at The Fun House Arcade in Sandy Springs. He had rented the whole place for the night.
There was a ruckus with a reporter who was taking pictures. Wisely, the reporter left. The Bieber thugs followed him and one of them took his $10,000 camera.
When they got back to where the Bieber group is staying while he is mansion searching, the police were waiting for them. They were arrested in the driveway. Way to go, law enforcement.
You have probably heard of Miley Cyrus. It is no comfort that she and others of her ilk have offered to counsel with him about his issues.
We have too many foreign people in the USA, like Justin Bieber, making millions while doing nothing of value for our country. Although they are here legally, they contribute nothing positive to our quality of life.
But as long as Americans continue to spend millions buying his DVDs, tickets to his concerts, T-shirts and posters with his picture on them, he is not leaving until we throw him out.
Now I know and believe, “God don’t make no trash.” But I also believe people can make trash of themselves. Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus are just two of them.
Did you see the Super Bowl commercial featuring Dennis Rodman — pro-basketball player, self-appointed diplomat and friend of North Korea’s head of state Kim Jong-un?
In the commercial bad boy Rodman was buying a one-way ticket to North Korea. The lady at the ticket counter got excited and announced he was buying a one-way ticket. Everyone in hearing distance celebrated.
Well, I think Justin Bieber should be given a one-way ticket home to Canada. Better than that, let him walk. He can egg his neighbors’ Canadian houses, hustle Canadian reporters, call Canadian police vulgar names and drag race on his own streets.
Plus, I wish we could send Miley Cyrus with him with her nasty tongue sticking out. However, since she is ours, we are stuck with her.
Marguerite Cline is former mayor of Waleska.