Mar 23, 2011

Court of the Blogosphere


In the Court of the Blogosphere, Lehigh Valley District, Bernard O'Hare is Chief Justice. He proclaims who is a liar, and who is not. Bernie is as close to as a lawyer as we get, he once was one. He regularly uses self-depreciation to emphasize what an honest injun he now is. When you think Bernie did something wrong, like be coached on the Northampton County taxpayer's dime, he will explain in 20,000 words or less, why it was legal. If you don't understand his explanation, he will explain it over and over and over, until you stop asking. His case this week involves some impropriety committed by candidates opposed to Dean Browning. Vic Mazziotti will be glossed over; Although a member of Boss Woodman's slate, only three weeks ago he was on O'Hare's dream team. Regardless what Election Officials may determine, or real court decisions, Judge O'Hare will bang away until election day. This is solely the opinion of The Lone Ranger of Blogging. You will not find the opinions or comments expressed here on O'Hare's blog, or any link to this blog on O'Hare's blogroll.

4 comments:

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michael molovinsky said...

anon 7:41, as you well know, i deleted this comment yesterday. for somebody who supposedly cares about art and education, your continuous harassment on the blogosphere is a disgrace

Patrick McHenry said...

MM -

I still think the Woodman bashing on Bernie's blog is designed to create a diversion from discussion of the issues of county spending and the voting record of Bernie's favorite candidate.

This morning on Bernie's blog I again asked what the Voter Registration office was planning to do over the alleged "infraction" (if it exists) and what the official penalty is for it (if an infraction did occur).

Somehow, I have the feeling that the official determination by the non-partisan Voter Registration office won't matter in the eyes of some - or at least not to the point of stopping the diversion.

At some point, I think it's fair to ask if Bernie's chosen candidate is using surrogates to smear his opponents.

michael molovinsky said...

patrick, no, this is bernie's long standing practice. he attacks those opposed to those he places on his mantle. i'm sure browning doesn't mind bernie's campaign, but it's bernie's idea.