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Sunday, July 15, 2012

Off the rails

Jeez! I should have stuck to fantasy baseball. It’s…it’s safer in there.

Group wants city hall railing removed
Members of the recently formed Wilkes-Barre Taxpayers Association are seeking to bridge the contentious divide between their group and Wilkes-Barre’s City Council – in a physical sense, anyway.
Association member Linda Urban said in an email Saturday the group will send a letter to council and the city administration asking that the railing dividing the City Council chamber be removed. She calls the barrier “a form of intimidation.”
More needless gibberish coming from the Wilkes-Barre Dingleberry Association, a nebulous and self-serving group that represents no one and nobody, a ragtag collection of perpetually angry, put-off folks who can’t even remember who or what angered them in the first place.

These people fire off misrepresentations, repeat half-truths, name call, and mislabel everyone and everything they see fit to prop up their relentless efforts bordering on abject lunacy, but they are ultimately intimidated by an ages-old railing?

You tell me, man. I’m not insane, not yet. So I need some help with this one.

829-1314?

Please, please…enough.

I don’t give a flying funk about Penn State, Coach Paterno, Gerry Sandusky or what may or may not have happened when no one was looking or otherwise. I don’t care. The NCAA’s Death Penalty? Who cares?

For the most part, the decades-old legend was built on the thrashing of overmatched patsies.

Tell me I’m wrong.

I see the Republicans of Luzerne County done got together and voted themselves a new fearless leader.

While that’s all well and good, I fail to see how the questionable timing fits into a presidential election year at this late date.

What the new honcho needs to focus on is doing away with the imposter in the White House. Because, if we don’t lose the loser, we’ll all turn out to be life’s losers.

Where's Renita?

Later

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