Lavery proves she’s a Demmerkrat

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Never Mind!

And has thoroughly read the Bill Clinton playbook. The lady sends out a flier stating that her opponent appointed his close friend to the position of “dockmaster”, at an exorbitant salary, and gave him a brand new boat. Turns out that Tesei didn’t know the guy, the position in question is that of Harbor Master, the salary is all of $750 a year and the boat in question is an old Boston Whaler already owned by the town.

Says our would-be First Selectman when confronted with the fact that her mailer was completely, 100% inaccurate, “Let’s move on, we’re beating a dead horse here.”

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  1. pulled up in OG

    We should be so lucky.

    Councillors in a rural town have staged a mass resignation after becoming tired of criticism from a blogger.
    Ex-vice chairman Anthony Canvin said 11 of Somerton Town Council’s 15 members resigned at a meeting on Tuesday.
    On his Muck&Brass blog Niall Connolly called members “jackasses” and said a leaflet was “like a Nazi call to arms”.

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/newsnight/8335153.stm

  2. Anthony Fountain

    That’s Roseanne Roseannadanna. Emily Litella (“What’s all this talk about endangered feces”) was the one who always said, “Never mind.”

  3. Walt

    Dude –
    Quit it with the dead horse comments, please. You are freaking the 5 Filly’s out.
    Your Pal,
    Walt

  4. Cos Cobber

    CF, I had no idea that Lin Lavery was such a snake. Disgusting.

  5. Chimney

    I saw in t0day’s Greenwich Time that FF got into a hissy fit with Livy Floren at yesterday’s press conference where commented that his nastiness was why he lost the selectman’s race last time around- guess he doesn’t like to hear the truth. Looks like FF and Mrs. Lavery are showing their true colors as we get close to the end of this horrendous show . One good thing- I heard that the Greenwich Time has endorsed Mrs. Lavery. Now all we need is for Chris (von) Keyserling and Bill (your dear scribe) Clark to jump on board the Lavery bandwagon to guarantee a Tessei victory. Well, two out of three ain’t bad.