Idiots run alone or in packs on the netWhile it is true that there are quite a few of us upset by Bill Dunn's defeat in the Republican Caucus Leadership race (when you get Roger Abramson and I in total agreement, you know it is bad), spreading crap about people is not a way to get anything done under the new leadership. Observe this comment left on my blog by someone who clearly has no conception of reality:
Uhh, Oatmeal...it is probably all of that Gregory PAC money (i.e. John Gregory, former CEO of King Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and ALTACE fame) that is propelling Mumpower toward the House Minorty leadership position. Just look at the Senate Republicans being headed up by Senator Ron Ramsey (also from Sullivan County as is Mumpower). Try Googling "Ramsey Mumpower ALTACE" --- and you can throw in RU-486 for good measure! Stick a fork in Bill, he is done!!! Ah, ha, ha, ha, ha....I imagine that Bill Dunn wishes that he hadn't donated over $9,500 from his PAC to the 2006 re-election of Rep. Matthew Hill (who works in Bristol at the Gregory owned Leitner Pharmaceuticals Building). Sucker... Perhaps you can get both Mumpower and Ramsey to go on the record about the position toward the RU-486 abortion drug.
This person then proceeds to link to their blog, which is full of lies and half-truths about State Rep. Matthew Hill. There are two ways I can be assured of this person's lack of credibility:
1. My experience has shown me that entire blogs dedicated only to the personal destruction of one person are often run by someone once associated with that person who have a burr up their #@%. This makes them less than credible 99% of the time, because you aren't getting both sides of the story. This person's comment also makes me wonder if it was they who wrote the questionable Wikipedia entry on Senator Ron Ramsey (via Terry Frank). It looks more and more likely that these people are one in the same.
2. Their blog wreaks of blatant propaganda. While most blogs are trying to get a message across, one that repeats the same thing over and over appear as if they are selling a load of bull.
On top of all that, the idiot called me Oatmeal. No one can do this and expect to convince me of much of anything. Just a tip for you, fella.
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