The Scent Of A Bully
Friday, 02 November 2012 08:41
The smeller is often the feller. A feller emanating the foul scent of a bully is easy to spot in any crowd. Simply listen to whoever is toting their horn and pointing their fingers at you. That's the stinker!
Let it rip Linda. You may be smelling up Hamilton campaign central with the stench of a very negative campaign of fear.
We taught our children that “you're no better than the people you hang with and to choose your friends wisely.”
Similarly, government is no better than the people you elect and you should choose your elected officials wisely.
Birds of a feather do flock together. The last thing we need in Mason County government are politicians tainted by the scent of a bully and swayed by a inner circle of bad advise.
It really stinks that the Public Disclosure Commission isn't regulating how the Hamiltons pay themselves with campaign donations to attend campaign rallys and to door bell for your vote. Denny Hamilton pays his wife to manage their campaign funds the very same way Lynda Ring Erickson pays her husband to go pound yard signs.
Don't be bullied into electing someone who might manage your tax dollars like they spend your campaign dollars. Elect candidates with no strings attached and with no strings to pull.
Choose candidates who won't smell up county and state government with questionable spending and expensive lawsuits.
Elect Randy Neatherlin to the Mason County Commission.
Elect Drew MacEwen to the State Legislature.
They both smell good to me.
Bob Harris, Belfair, Washington