Saturday, December 18, 2010

Ethics complaints & fossilized butter

Wow.  Today's paper is the most interesting they've published in quite some time.

On page one you read about the ethics complaint filed against Dave Weigand and Tim Stephanski for their stance on the proposed charter school.  Then flip back to the opinion page and we are treated to a crazy letter from Dave's wife, Mary, rambling on about how fossilized butter is proof the earth was created 73 years ago.  I think I'm gonna clip the articles along with the masthead and have it framed!  Beautiful!

Today's paper also taught me that it doesn't take a year and a half to file an ethics complaint.  Ginny, where all the "numerous" ethics complaints you had planned for everyone on the library board who disagreed with you?

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Ginny Maziarka gets it wrong. Again.

Despite this comment made here on Boots and Sabers (which Dan Kleinman will no doubt claim was not made by Ginny), I am not Jason P.  Or at least I wasn't last time I checked.  You don't do clever well, Ginny:

@Mike:  Fear, and maybe even a little loathing, was instilled by our WEAC friend, Jason. ;) Instead of “kinda odd,” I would look at it as “kinda sad.”  The parochial schools drank the Kool-Aid.  While I expected that from the Catholic Schools, who, in an of their own right, are known for their Saul Alinsky-style money laundering, it was a sad testimony on the part of our other local religious leadership who fell for Penterman’s fire alarm.
Posted by GAMazy on December 15, 2010 at 0315 hrs"

And while we are here - wow Ginny, who DO you like?  That was a pretty harsh attack on Catholics right there.  We know you don't like them, gays, people who don't hate gays...  Should we actually make list?

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Why doesn't Ginny Maziarka have her own Wikipedia page?

Can someone please fix that?  Let's get the ball rolling!  Please send screenshots.