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Friday, October 14, 2011

The orchestrated smear mushes on

 You know, it's one thing for the hapless dozen or so insurgents in Wilkes-Barre to defame an elected official over and over again, but it's a whole other legal thing when you start calling a now-private resident a liar in print.

From some obscure site called Wilkes-Barre Online--1-15-2008: J.J. Murphy interview

Go ahead. Meet Wilkes-Barre's newest election season villain.

Assuming for a moment that the alleged stalking or harassing was really going on when the home security system was installed at taxpayer expense, my first thought was that the system would be a legitimate need for a guy with a wife and a crew of small daughters who is prone to overseas military deployments.

Yep. "Must be me" file again. Apparently, I don't see eye-to-eye with the patients that escaped the padded rooms.

I know J.J. Murphy. J.J. is good people through-and-through. And anyone who tells you otherwise is not fit to serve in an elected office, nor are they even remotely believable when they wax not-so-poetically on any other subject.

Them's my thoughts.

Later

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

If he is such good people,then why did he resign from an $80,000+ dollar job amidst the camera controversy? I am sure he always wanted to be an unemployed consultant.