At least now we have some idea of what constitutes a government scandal in the minds of liberals. We know it isn’t the State Department’s shameful failure to protect American diplomats in Benghazi. Four died, Obama, Clinton, Rice, Carney and others lied. It isn’t “Fast and Furious,” ultimately resulting in the murder of a U.S. border patrol agent. Nor is it the IRS illegally and selectively targeting conservative groups. It isn’t the NSA spying on citizens or foreign heads of state. And, goodness, it’s not the White House barricading unmanned war memorials to prevent veterans from paying tribute to America’s fallen heroes. It’s not even our president lying about the ability to keep your health insurance coverage and doctors under Obamacare. No, it’s a freakin’ traffic jam on the George Washington Bridge. Thank you, liberals, for finally making clear what really matters most to you. But in the words of one of your heroes, “What difference at this point does it make?”
In the Eagle-Tribune editorial of Jan. 8, “In Haverhill, mayor and council must work together,” you state: “It’s unclear whether voters will be willing to accept the added tax burden” of funding $24 million to replace Hunking Middle School. Let me make it clear: Voters are NOT willing to accept the added tax burden. We do not buy that an override is the only way to do this. There seems to be plenty of money for lots of other projects. If this issue is so important. then the mayor and council must fund it first in the budget. We’re sick of getting nickel-and-dimed into the poor house. We will not support the debt exclusion.
Regarding the George Washington Bridge controversy: The family of the 92-year-old lady who died has stated that the bridge problem was not the reason for her death. Unfortunately, we all believe what we choose to believe.