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Friday, November 15, 2013

Mr. Hirschey had “no legitimate chance of winning. I emphasize legitimate.” Says Alan Wood

 While Cape Vincent residents await final certification of election results pending a final count of absentee ballots, the incumbents, all of whom are aligned with the forces against wind power, are facing numbers that should cause them concern. Continue...

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mr. Wood (Civic Charlie) expresses his dislike for the seasonal residents of Cape vincent, and sets the tone for what the town can expect if he is succesful in his bid for office.

To say a victory by Hirschey would not be legitimate, is literally thumbing his political nose at the concerned part-time residents who legally opted to register and vote in Cape Vincent according to New York State Law.

His leadership would bring a rapid downhill slide for the township and create an embarrassment for the town.

What a dolt!

Anonymous said...

Allen Wood thinks the summer residents have no legitimate rights in Cape Vincent. But he wants to start a busness based on summer visitors. He can't have both ways.

Anonymous said...

Beware of the CFG Democrats.....

First they came for the bloggers and their John Does, and I did not speak out--
Because I was not a blogger.

Then they came for the Seasonals and I did not speak out-- 
Because I was not a Seasonal.

Then they came for the Republicans and I did not speak out-- 
Because I was not a Republican.

Then they came for me--and there was no one left to speak for me.

Anonymous said...

Hey folks...
If Al gets elected we could have beard growing contests and keggers...sit around and hear bawdy jokes from civic Charlie...you know, bring the community together...have a few yuks...My vote is for Civic Charlie...lap dances for everyone...yuk, yuk

Anonymous said...

Al wouldn't know "legitimate" if it jumped up and bit him on the ass.

Must be a word he picked up during his tenure as Rich Edsall's flunky zoning Non-enforcer.

Anonymous said...

Legitimate means following the law. When all the ballots are counted the "legitimate" winners will be announced by the Board of Elections.

Unless Mr Wood is going to start a campaign to change a law - following the law makes the actions "legitimate." There is NO personal opinion in the definiton of that law.....look it up for yourself!

Anonymous said...

"Civic" Wood declared that he is so popular there needs to be MORE of him.
Some would like to see less, much less!