Thursday, March 22, 2007

Krayeske Unbound

The hills are alive with the sounds of Ken Krayeske’s release from Connecticut’s gulag, and a blow has been struck for the freedom of the press of those who own the presses in Connecticut. I am proud to say I added my own little bit to Krayeske’s liberation here . Krayeske appears to have been sprung by Stan Simpson, myself, his able lawyer, a ton of blogging well-wishers, progressive agitator elect Colin McEnroe and the God of common sense. We ink stained wretches all can breathe more easily now that Krayeske is free to take pictures of the governor, should she ever again venture out of sight of Lisa Moody.

2 comments:

martyr-buster said...

Hello, great! now ken is free! free to self-aggrandize, free to seek his future political career, free to out fellow activists to the feds, free put his interests before the movement. hooray!

Anonymous said...

I can't wait for the book to come out.