Tuesday, October 20, 2009

The legacy of NH State Rep. Martha McLeod, HB 1428 and Bruce McKay.

Bada-Bing, Bada-Boom! Thanks to the tool for reminding me about this situation by writing some hateful comments in about how s/he was trying to defeat S 8013, Robert Taylor's Law. Here is some of my testimony on that from earlier this week.

Robert Taylor deserves a bill in his honor. Bruce McKay does not deserve a road named in his.

Did you know that in Boston, they are actually reviewing 5 police cases? Did you know that in NH I wrote this letter (thankfully former) State Rep. Martha McLeod about Civilian Review boards and HB 58 but she never wrote back and hid out with the NH AG's office and trash-talked me with Senior AG Jeffrey Strelzin. Read the emails between them right here. I'll definitely discuss this on my radio show this week or next.

PS: Did you know that while the major media focused on Bode getting a ticket for 83 in a 40 or 50, the bigger issue is that Bruce McKay once tried to serve him a ticket for speeding based on hearsay, and he also caused the Tamarack vans to be title-searched as if they were stolen. He hated all things Miller and Kenney, so when you add that to the 7 Pursuit and OC Spray violations documented herein of course Liko was scared of him, freaked-out and shot him. It's sad and tragic, but hardly rocket-science.

Speaking of rockets, I spoke with Davey last night and he says Chelone is on top of the snow boarding World, and I am happy for him, he's a great kid, animated and just a barrel of laughs. Check him out at Arbor's website. And here's Liko on YouTube talking about him in this 5/11/2009 post: "Cha-lone-eeeee...."

Monday, March 2, 2009

KingCast rolls his RSA 91-A(4) eyes at Senator Robert Letourneau and says "Press the eject and give me the tape" on SB 154 public hearing.

Dear Senator Letourneau: Your staffer Jessica has been extremely courteous and professional with me, regarding your ill-conceived attempt to name another road after "rogue bully hiding behind his badge" Bruce McKay, which is much less than I can say about you and your deportment at last month's hearing. She is producing the written transcript for me but she and the clerk's office are telling me that there does not appear to be a way for me to obtain the actual audio tape recording of the hearing, in which you incessantly cut me off and attempted to truncate my First Amendment Rights.

At any rate, I hereby formally request an audio copy of our exchange, and of the entire meeting as it is clearly within the ambit of RSA 91-A(4):
II. After the completion of a meeting of a public body, every citizen, during the regular or business hours of such public body, and on the regular business premises of such public body, has the right to inspect all notes, materials, tapes, or other sources used for compiling the minutes of such meetings, and to make memoranda or abstracts or to copy such notes, materials, tapes, or sources inspected, except as otherwise prohibited by statute or RSA 91-A:5.

And believe me Sir, nothing would make me happier than to sue you over it, so no matter what you do -- give me the tape now or make me fight you for it -- you're making me happy, and that is indeed the role of a good public servant. Now go on ahead and make your move, son. Here's a little Bauhaus for you, to brighten your day as you admit defeat at the hands of the sanctimonious KingCaster! Now quit pulling my chain, press the eject and give me the tape. If I don't hear from you or Jessica by close of business, 6 March 2009 I'll hail you into court like it's nobody's business. I will not have you jacking around with the public trust, you got that? Good.

She's in Parties. That's a sweet bass line and guitar track isn't is, Sir? Jam on with KingCast.

Monday, February 2, 2009

KingCast reminder about lying, deceitful bad apple Martha McLeod's HB 1428 Bruce McKay Highway bill.

One year ago almost to the day the citizens of New Hampshire, by and through their elected officials, soundly rejected HB 1428 Bruce McKay highway, set forth by a bad apple nitwit deceitful legislator Martha McLeod, who is now out of a job, thank goodness.

Martha, do you and your buddy Robert Letourneau actually think that folks in Franconia/North Country are going to allow you to cram this same ill-conceived bill down their collective throats this year? You've got another thing coming, sister. Better run off and hide, go ahead now, SCAT!