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Greenwich Tea Party Protest

Well, interesting. I’d guess about 100   220 people turned out though, judging from the cars honking as they passed by on Field Point Road, there are a lot of people fed up with being cash cows for the undeserving. Funny thing that I forgot to mention in my own impromptu speech: there was a comedian who, after four ruinously expensive divorces declared that the next time he felt the urge to get married he’d just find a woman he hated and buy her a house instead. The line gets laughs, but that’s what Congress is doing, only we don’t even know the people they’re buying houses for on our behalf. Hmmm.

Roger Pearson, atoning before challenging Dodd

Roger Pearson, atoning before challenging Dodd

Perhaps the most affecting speakers were the duo of Democrats Roger Pearson and Frank Farricker, Former First Selectman and candidate for that position, respectively, dressed in sackcloth and ashes and beating their breasts. “If I had known that the people I was hanging around with were nothin’ but a bunch of commie rats,” Farricker said, tears rolling down his eyes, “I would never have done it – I just didn’t know better, and I’m sick about it.” Farricker was seen signing a Ron Paul petition while as we left, Pearson was clutching an unlicensed handgun and his expired Police Commissioner’s badge in one hand, a copy of Atlas Shruggedin the other, and asking directions to Chris Dodd’s Greenwich office. Easy there, big guy, and careful with that gun!

Well, off to file a tax extension!

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Well if anyone would be an improvement this qualifies, barely

Our former First Selectman Roger Pearson, that amible do-nothing dunce perhaps best known for impersonating police officers and stopping motorists, has decided to challenge Dodd for the Demmerkrat nomination. Dodd, who now enjoys a 60% disapproval rating in the Nutmeg state, is in more danger of laughing himself to death than lose his seat to this clown, but it’s a start. Greenwich’s other least favorite son, Richard Blumenthal, remains aloof from the fray and will stay on the sidelines until Dodd actually quits. Greenwich Time, by the way, sees nothing newsworthy about any of this, although they did finally post the poll results for Dodd today, 24 hours after the rest of the country knew about them. Did you notice that the paper raised its price to seventy-five cents recently? Never mind for what, it’s fun to speculate that GT has been taken over by one of those insane house builders here in town who, when no one will buy his product at one price, raises it to teach them a lesson in gratitude.

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