You know that Leavenworth Street does a year-end round up of political quotes. One of our favorite (if not extremely labor intensive) posts.
Well, Noelle Obermeyer of the anti-Recallers gave us a hit for November:
“We’ve had people call back and say, ‘I signed the petition, but I didn’t know it was to recall the mayor.’”
Noelle, here is what we would like you to do.
Make a list of all the individuals who give such asinine remarks, because we are heading to their homes and ripping their voter registration cards away from them. If some court finds that to be unconstitutional, then we will plant some illegally downloaded Justin Bieber mp3s on them, charge them with a felony and yank their voting privileges that way.
These people shouldn’t be allowed to own bank cards, let alone be directing who should be running our Republic.
Oh, and by the way Noelle, THAT’s your best situation for why the Anti’s need more time?
Heck if I’m judge Bataillon I would throw you out of court and let you know that, tough luck, that one goes down as a “Signed the Petition”.
And we all saw the OWH’s analysis of the signatures. Of course the OWH has their own bias going into this, and clearly are just trying to influence the court here. Let’s not pretend that they, or anyone else involved in this entire matter, is above reproach.
And then the OWH also published their, “Looky who signed!” article. They focus on Dave Nabity and some restaurateurs.
Then at the end they note KFAB jocks (spinning the hits of the 60’s, 70’s & 80’s!) Tom Becka, Gary Sadlemyer and Jim Rose.
So, while we haven’t had the time (or inclination) to scan the 39,000 names for everyone we can think of, we noticed they didn’t list any World Herald employees that may have signed.
You know, for a little balance.
Or maybe they just didn’t realize that their signature was to recall the Mayor…
And speaking of media guys against Mayor, how about Aida Amoura freezing out KMTV for some bad story, but not the KFAB guys for trying to kick out the Mayor?
Or maybe they’ve already been frozen, and it just doesn’t matter.
Or maybe she doesn’t want to take on the 50,000 watt blowtorch that is KFAB.
In any case, we are already enjoying the Amoura Press Shop’s efforts at outreach.
Exhibit A: The Mayor’s hostage “Thanksgiving” tape.
Did you see that?
ICYMI, please do take a look:
(Btw, way to keep it in the family Aida!)
That’s some serious teleprompter reading. Next to him, you can see Mrs. Suttle blinking out the morse-code for “Rescue Me Now!”.
And the Mayor’s message? “Gee whiz, I’m just working SO hard that I have had a hard time getting my message out to you about how awesome I am!”
Reallllly Aida? My that’s some subtle script you put together there (no pun intended).
It’s right up there with the interview response to the “what are your faults” question. “Oh, sometimes I just work too hard and too late.”
How about some Homer Simpson honesty? “Well, it takes me a long time to learn anything, I’m kind of a goof-off, little stuff starts disappearing from the workplace…”
Or, “I lie to the voters in my campaigns, I raise taxes instead of finding other alternatives, I make questionable hires..”
Looking forward to some court news tomorrow!