Gee, this sounds familiar

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A muddy timeline.

A business relationship that seems to tincture political activity.

A source of payment that undermines the claim that he’s not getting paid.

Where have I heard this story before?

Oh, I remember!

 

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Gee, this sounds familiar

  1. Paul

    So this time, since it’s not breaking the law, it’s to what? To be…clever? Rowland has always struck me as a little dim behind the arrogance. Between him and Healy’s losing record you have to wonder what Wilson-Foley is thinking.

  2. Todd Zaino

    Colin walk away from this, it makes you very petty. You are acting like some guy who got dumped a week before the prom, then actually goes to the prom… to to complain and dump on the girl who left you dateless. If Governor Rowland didn’t replace your old spot, on your old station-perhaps there’s a story here. Knowing what we all know it makes you look like a tool.

    Leave the Rowland bashing to an expert-besides if steal this story, what will Rick Green have left to write about?

  3. Bartleby

    A limerick one might create
    Especially when he’s filled with hate
    But making it scan
    Now that takes a man
    Who knows how to count up to eight.

    (It is, after all, National Poetry Month)

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