Skip to comments.Dispatched for party time: Tape details Lawrence's (Mass.)`black eye'
Posted on 11/30/2004 9:59:09 PM PST by ConservativeStatement
The grainy videotape from the Nov. 17 overnight shift shows firefighter Isidro ``Junior'' Cordero taking a bag out of his sock. He and dispatcher Judy Brito then snort its contents. The camera catches the two drinking beer, dancing and taking more cocaine. It also shows a steady parade of friends going in and out of the fire department's alarm center.
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Laurence and Lowell are the armpits of Massachusetts.
So much for the theory they got high on smoke.
So that's where those "Firefighters for Kerry" were coming from!
"Damn bit*h set me up."
The Left reaps what it has sown.
Tony Montana would have something to say about all this. :-)
"The only thing that gives orders is balls."
Like Fanucci said "This is too violent for me."
Speaking of Lowell, the following comes from the website of Congressman Martin T(aliban) Meehan...who, days before
the election, had visions of becoming Senator in the special election necessitated by the election of
President Kerry. Only...it was...not to be. Here are words
of wisdom (YUCK) from the Man Who Would Be Senator:
Congressman "ME"-han writes:
"Years from now, I believe we will look back on 2004 as the year that Democrats began to find their faith again. Starting with Howard Deans passionate primary campaign and culminating with an unprecedented get-out-the-vote operation that mobilized 56 million people to vote for John Kerry, the Democratic Party was rebuilt from the ground up. Millions of people who were previously disengaged from the political process registered to vote, volunteered, blogged, contributed, and cast ballots.
"George Bushs 51-48 victory is neither a mandate for him nor a death knell for the Democrats.
"It is not a mandate because most Americans voted to reelect President Bush despite of, and not because of, his record and his positions on most issues.
"56 million Americans voted to remove this President from office and millions more voted for him despite holding profound concerns about his policies toward the economy and the war in Iraq. Fewer than half of Americans approve of President Bushs job performance and a majority believes that the country is going in the wrong direction. President Bush won because his personal appeal and communications skills outweighed his dismal record and wrongheaded ideas about the countrys future..."
(AARRRGH! MAKE IT STOP PLEASE!)
And then there's Lynn, Lynn, the city of sin...
Communications skills? They've been mocking him for four years as being inarticulate and prone to malaprops; now, all of a sudden, he's the Great Communicator II? Gimme a break.
..the city, the city, where I was born in (and went to
high school: Lynn Classical--but grew up in Nahant)
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