Sunday, September 16, 2007

Putting the 'common' back in the Commonwealth


The Governor sells out the Bay State.
To the highest bidder.

See it on Video!

7 comments:

KAK said...

Should we change the spelling to "DEVIL"?

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry I ever voted for him.

carverchick said...

I didn't vote for him...I thought he was a typical politican who said what we wanted to hear. I wish he had proved me wrong! Gladys, you are too funny!! I really enjoy your blogs!

wayne said...

I didn't vote for him either.
I noticed how he couldn't resist the temptation to slap around Republican leadership (twice) in his speech. Typical....

carverchick said...

typical is right. The more I read, the more sad I get. What a shame all of this is. I love this state and it breaks my heart to have this govenor sell out...put a price on our way of life. I truely do not believe that you can buy happiness, or that money is the answer to all problems. Maybe that is easy for me to say, I make a decent living...a decent, honest living that I worked hard for all my life...like many of us have. I want the opportunity to raise my son in a quiet and safe community where family vaules and personal integrity still mean something. Too bad this govenor doesn't care about that.

Niteowl said...

I agree with you carverchick.
Gladys thanks for your support and humor.sometimes I get really down about my town becoming an instant city-you help cheer me.I still don't understand why people are not getting what is going to happen.I think it comes down to having differing concepts of living:when I was young I ask my uncle why didn't he clear out the mini forest behind his house for a nice,easy lawn.He said,"but then I couldn't sit here and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature."I enjoyed that beauty and cannot believe now that I ever ask that question.

Anonymous said...

Patrick Deval came across as a slick, glib tongued politician in his announcement. Now he has to sell his magic pill solution to the Legislature. Problem is, as one senator remarked, "Once you start taking the medicine, you can't stop." I'm really sooo disappointed that so many people are buying his spiked Kool-Aid.

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