TWHBEA CHIEF JUSTICE WALT CHISM LIVES IN ‘NEVER NEVER’ LAND – CHISM ASKS “WHAT DO YOU DO TO ‘FIX’ IT” – YOU STOP THE FIXIN’ STOP THE FIXIN’ STOP THE FIXIN’

THETA, TN – It’s oft repeated here, but you really can’t make this stuff up.

The TWHBEA Executive Committee is both PRO SORE and tone deaf.

Seriously.

In an ongoing “POLL” email discussion among TWHBEA Directors,  Montana Rick Wies commenting on TWHBEA going from 17,000 members to about 7,000 over the past six years asks the following question,  and TWHBEA Chief Justice Walt Chism responds:

From: rick wies

Poll the 10,000 members who have left over the past 6 years and ask them why?

Rick Wies

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From   Walt Chism

Rick, that’s a good question and one I’m going to attempt to discover, since that is one of my responsibilities. I don’t know how many years you served on the EC but I can tell you the membership went down every year. My question, just so I don’t have to plow new ground, what did you do to fix it?
I’ll do the Joe Namath, we will have more members at the end of the year than at the beginning, we’ll show a surplus of income over expenses and we’ll provide more services , I guarantee it.

Walt Chism

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Chism is a SR VP of an organization which has seven of ten  Executive Committee members with HPA Citation Histories, either themselves, immediate family member or employer. Soring primarily occurs when horses are ‘FIXED’.

President Steve Smith ““ (HPA CITATION HISTORY)
Sr. VP Walt Chism
Secretary Loren Anderson
Admin/Fiscal Christy Lantis
Marketing Ashley Wadsworth
Performance Ford Gates  (HPA CITATION HISTORY)
VP Pleasure Jessica Hieback
VP O/E Int’l Denise Bader ““  (Husband ““ HPA CITATION HISTORY)
VP Trng/EquineWelfar Linda Montgomery ““  (HPA CITATION HISTORY)
VP Breeders David Williams ““  (Employer ““ HPA Family Citation History)
VP Youth Sherry White –  (HPA FAMILY HPA CITATION HISTORY)
VP Bylaws/Enf Tom Kakassy ““  HPA CITATION HISTORY

The (BIG LICK) Performance Horse VP – Ford Gates last week posted about “Fixin” horses.

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FORD GATES, VP PERFORMANCE HORSE (BIG LICK)

FORD GATES, VP PERFORMANCE HORSE (BIG LICK)

The train has left the station.

THE TRAIN HAS DONE LEFT THE STATION

THE TRAIN HAS DONE LEFT THE STATION

Steve Smith and Walt Chism are standing on the tracks down the line “FIXIN” to get run over.

With each passing day Walt Chism is showing that he belongs on the sidelines with Joe Willie Namath who last played a game of football 37 years ago.

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