Saturday, April 10, 2010
"mayor" Huntley waffles on prison issue...
It seems that "Waffling Wes" has finally realized that it's not a wise campaign strategy to support such a questionable endeavor with his center stage seat hanging by a thread. In another grammatically challenged advertorial published by the Desert Messenger on Wednesday, Huntley proclaimed "there will be no prison in our Town as long as I can be active for you, our honorable citizens." (As if to imply that there would be one when voters deactivate him on May 18th.) But reform candidates and "dissidents" as the waffler likes to call them occupied virtually all of the seats to voice their concerns and opposition at the "mayor's" special Corplan public meeting.
Then Huntley tried to save face by shifting the blame for the secret March 24th meeting between current leadership and Corplan's James Parkey to the Town mismanager Alext Taft. Sorry Wes, we don't believe you didn't know..
And Wes, I know you're reading, so remember...THE REAL STORY ABOUT CORPLAN WAS PUBLISHED HERE FIRST! So naturally, now Huntley wants to assume all the credit for someone elses efforts, suddenly claiming "boy, there were some red flags all over". Note to readers, ANYTHING Huntley puts on the agenda should throw up red flags all over town!