So in Judy's world its ok to be a paid spokesperson for an advocacy group if its someone she endorses, like Mark Lovelace, who was in pretty much the same position as Estelle Fennell, albeit for another advocacy group, but not ok for Estelle. Hmmm, hypocrisy anyone?
I am not going to vote for someone who had to be talked into running by the HCDCC cabal, being the sixth or seventh person asked by the likes of Bonnie Neely and Patty Berg.
It also troubles me that Judy jumps on Rex Bohn for something he IMMEDIATELY denounced and called for a cessation of, that he said his campaign had nothing to do with.
Perhaps I (who has nothing whatsoever to do with the Seidner campaign) should start launching anonymous telephone polls that obviously benefit her, by making it appear to be monkeywrenching Rex's campaign.
Judy, are you going to decry those efforts and denounce the Seidner campaign? That's how fucking stupid your reasoning is.
Just admit your politica leanings sway Cheryl's way and don't try and associate the other campaigns with activities they weren't involved in.
Damning Bohn with faint praise for his real life community advocacy while torpedoing these same activities by calling his campaign out for "campaign shenanigans" is not very thoughtful for someone who is endorsing Seidner,(who during the debates has continually been unable to answer relevant questions) for the singular "refreshing" reason that she is thoughtful is ludicrous.
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vol XXIV issue 49
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