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Foley, A Classy Loser

Mr. Tom Foley, once a Republican Party choice for governor, is being touted as a “class act” by the same people who, a few days earlier, insisted he was a millionaire grim reaper who had destroyed a small town – Bib something or other -- and eaten all of its children.
In an apparent compliment, Mr. Rick Green of the Hartford Courant calls Mr. Foley’s long anticipated departure from the race “eloquent,” though not quite as eloquent as Governor-elect Dan Malloy’s victory.

And all that muck in Bridgeport? Forgetaboutit!!! says Mr. Green. Some muckrakers rake, and other shove the stuff under the rug.

If only “the grassy knoll conspriracy (sic) theorists” who want to plum the Bridgeport mess would follow suit, Mr. Green would happily call them eloquent too, an odd posture for the muckraking proprietor of “CT Confidential: What’s Really Happening” to strike.

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Anonymous said…
Those same people who called Mr. Foley the Grim Reaper (now redeemed) are calling Secretary Bysiewicz equally horrible names and calling for her resignation. They don't seem to remember that they are the ones who had her the frontrunner in the Governor's race way back when. A fickle bunch, to say the least. Especially when they win.
Anonymous said…
So that's it?

The Democrats wait until all the votes are counted? Go into Hartford, New Haven, and Bridgeport and "find" the votes they need to steal the election and that's it???

Congratulations everybody we now live in a 3rd world country! Constitution? We don't need no stinking Constitution!

Sucka's!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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