Jan 1, 2016

As Good As It Gets


In the movie, As Good As It Gets, Jack Nicholson brings his own eating utensils to the coffee shop, I can relate to that. Those visiting today expecting a Year End Review should go elsewhere. There is no best of, and nobody wants to read the worst of. There's a couple State Representative paragraphs, which will become a steady diet here. Although I will continue to report noteworthy Lehigh Valley items of interest, the Molovinsky campaign has rented much of the column space.

It's ironic that Representative Schlossberg, who writes a blog on how to avoid political embarrassment, failed to control his own damage with the ghost vote incident. At least he hasn't posted on that blog since the scandal broke, which is better than Pawlowski, and his inane facebook items. Only in Allentown could Schlossberg survive this breach of trust.

In my own campaign, I need a little help from my friends. Because of the Presidential election, the election calender is moved up, and the short window for gathering petition signatures begins January 26th. Any help from registered Republicans (an election code requirement) would be greatly appreciated. I can be reached by email at mmolovinsky@aol.com

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Happy New Year, MM! Stay strong! Unsure where 2016 will take us but all we can do is hold on for the ride!

Alfonso Todd

Anonymous said...

Here's wishing you a Happy, Healthy, and Victorious 2016, MM!

-Jeffrey Anthony

doug_b said...

In Chicago, entire cemeteries vote. Take a tip from the Democrats!

Keep up your energy and enthusiasm.

Anonymous said...

I saw you had a post up about Politics, Morning Call style that you've taken down. I was wondering if it was about Bill White ranting on two local state reps while not mentioning anything about Mike Schlossberg's ghost vote?