"Real liberty is neither found in despotism or the extremes of democracy, but in moderate governments.
Alexander Hamilton

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Inmates Running the Asylum

Thank God ( He is good) I don't have to sit and listen to anymore incoherent rants and schizophrenic tirades from...yes you know who it is. Not hard to guess.
Especially glad not to get dozens of emails per week copied to everyone he mistakenly thinks cares.

Read and enjoy this latest lunatic rant linked below. Mind you, this is someone who has never run for office in this town and the one committee he was on couldn't wait for him to quit, which he finally did.

From tomorrow's Laconia Daily Sun.

( I should add that the " legal error" is not the one he references. Three advanced degrees so he should be able to figure it out.)







10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Amen blogger.

Anonymous said...

Don't let it bother you Paul. Most of us know better. Just don't fall into the pig pen with him. Let it go.

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately, he and a few other cuckoos give the entire town a bad reputation. His female counterpart ****** is no better. They are both masters of spreading misinformation to get their own way all while pretending they are the saviors of others. One seems certifiable, the other seems just plain mean.

Anonymous said...

Mr. Cormier would have readers believe that you were not re-elected due to incompetence on your part. Even he knows better than that. That is yet another example of misinformation being published as truth. The truth is that you were beaten by two long time residents with better name recognition than you. That's the reality of small town politics. If people think that democracy always gets it right, they are wrong. History has shown that democracy has its flaws, especially modern history. Ignorant voters make bad decisions. Look at D.C. if you need proof. Our country is now the laughing stock of the world.

Moultonboro Blogger said...

If you have been sending me emails at the Town email address (ppunturieri@moultonboroughnh.gov) it won't reach me as it has been deactivated since Monday.

Anonymous said...

Blogger and Anon @ 1:06. A parallel was drawn with Washington. Perhaps one party was rejected because of dissatisfaction with ACA. The local political aspect would be dissatisfaction with the tremendous push to possibly change the demographics of the town with a $7.3m Community Center. There were only three candidates. I would have liked to see a fourth and then maybe a second incumbent would have been out.

Moultonboro Blogger said...

Funny thing is, no one else put their name on the ballot. Put yourself on the firing line and take positions. Maybe put your name to the comment? Your numbers on the community center as well as implying a " change the demographics" are not correct, but then again we never got to have a open discussion last year at Town Meeting to correct the many inaccuracies before it was prematurely voted upon.

Moultonboro Blogger said...

Some words of advice to original subject of this post:
Never assume- you know the old saying about what happens when you do that.The "female counterpart" is not your wife. I purposely removed the name in the comment, even though the play on her name was quite funny.

Anonymous said...

It is good to see the 2016 Town Meeting is still alive and well. I, for one, didn't want to listen to any lengthy discourse about how wonderful it would be for the town and how dearly it is needed. I venture to say there were many people there with my sentiments based on the votes. It should have some as no surprise to the 4 on the SB who favored it. It was rejected previously at a TM and a few times in Master Plan updates and definitely by the Focus Groups. I guess all of the reports from the stacked committees and boards weren't taken seriously. The world hasn't ended yet in Moultonborough.

Moultonboro Blogger said...

...nor has the world of Moultonborough had the opportunity to hear real facts regardless of the sentiments of voters who were deceived into believing alternative facts.