Monday, February 28, 2005
Romney/Healey: 'Romney Should Resign'

We remember it like it was June 19, 2004. Willard Mitt, the Fraud Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, frantically waved his arms and hyperventalated that Sen. John Kerry's campaign for President and subsequent absence from the Senate had "cost the Commonwealth" and that Kerry should resign his seat. (source: Boston Herald, 6/19/2004)

Romney's shrill hysteria came days after his Lightweight Lieutenant Governor Sherry Kerry Healey crawled from her State House spider hole to blinkingly croak that by campaigning for President while holding his Senate seat "John Kerry has left the people of Massachusetts under-represented" and should immediately resign his seat. (source: Boston Globe, 6/16/2004)

Healey also said that she was "calling on John Kerry to resign so we can fill that office with someone who is 100 percent devoted to the job." (source: SHNS, 6/15/2004)

So there you have it. Willard Mitt and his Lightweight LG think that elected office-holders running for President should resign their elected office.

For what it's worth, we're with Team Reform. We think that Willard Mitt, who recently campaigned in South Carolina and Utah (source: Boston Globe, 2/26/2005) should resign so we can fill that office with someone who is 100 percent devoted to the job.

Malone Watch

Willard Mitt, who promised not to hire cronies, insiders, hacks or political ne'er-do-wells (correction - the Fraud Governor never promised not to hire ne'er-do-wells) has brought another member of the Lost Tribe of Joe Malone, (whose administration has been called "one of the worst in state government since that of Sir Edmund Andros") (source: RiaF, 12/31/2003)) in from the cold.

The Fraud Governor has appointed Tom Tramarco to the Springfield Finance Control Board. Tramarco, a failed Republican Congressional candidate, "served" as Malone's chief deputy from 1990 - 1998. (source: RSCMEA, March 2005)

Romney also reached into the dustbin of talent to appoint David Railsback to the state's Contributory Retirement Appeals Board. (source: Boston Herald, 1/11/2005) Railsback, who "served" in Malone's Army of Darkness both as a deputy treasurer and as chief financial officer at the state Lottery, is perhaps best known for taking four months of paid vacation in 1998 during which time, by happy coincidence, Malone was running for Governor. (source: Boston Globe, 7/16/1999)

Which means that one of the only members of the Lost Tribe of Joe Malone not yet working for Team Reform is ... Joe Malone.

Now, can someone please explain why the Google entry <"Joseph D. Malone" Romney> retrieves a Bondage.com Fetish, Bondage, and BDSM Message Board? Is this where Team Reform goes to unwind these days?

Willard Mitt and Joe Malone - restoring morality to Massachusetts, one dungeon at a time.


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