I am looking at another run for the Mayors' office
Posted in the Townsend Forum
#1 Jan 25, 2013
From the moment I announced to run for Mayor of Fitchburg the last election the "good ole boy network" brought unjust and complete corruption my way. I was completely hampered in my ability to make an effort.
I will be campaigning early as promised. I will spend a lot of time registering voters. My goal is to register 500 new voters by June. I will also be out and about all of Fitchburg at many events to answer to all policy questions. I have the complete mailing list of all registered voters which I will send literature to explaining all my positions and proposals for Fitchburg.
It is time for a Fitchburg Mayor to represent all the citizens of Fitchburg. I will work for the citizens and not the special interests/non residents.
And do not worry as I will not run my campaign out on these forums which I was isolated to do the last time around. The city of Fitchburg belongs to the residents of Fitchburg.I will clearly articulate this message.
I am also looking into a possible run for ward 5 as there are MANY unsolved and unaddressed issues in ward 5. I strongly feel that ward 5 issues go unaddressed due to the very low turn out in ward 5. This needs to change immediately and a plan is in place to change this immediately.
#2 Jan 25, 2013
Don't waste your time nutbag, you're a joke that everybody laughs at.
#3 Jan 25, 2013
I am in. The ONLY people who laugh at me are the 100 ass kisses of the "goodole boy network"! LMAO
They were able to completely cripple my efforts the last time. This time is different as the ethics commission, the FBI and others will be watching.
The entire "good ole boy" network went into stopping me from reaching the voters.I will not allow it to happen this time around.
We are going to begin with stopping this bidding with the city for towing contracts which in my mind is fraud. Whitey Bulger did this sort of thing in Southie as all liquer stores had to charge $1.00 extra for every case of beer sold in South Boston as many went to Dorchester to purchase liquer.
#4 Jan 25, 2013
#5 Jan 26, 2013
#6 Jan 26, 2013
You are too naive to lead. Every so often you come close to a good idea, but you haven't the personality to reach concensus on an issue. You have demonstrated a hair trigger and resort to name calling when opposed in an anonymous forum. Lastly, you have demonstrated a lack of common sense and managerial skills. There are few people who would trust you with a $100 million budget when you are off trying to get a connector, a casino, or a federal court built in Fitchburg. None of this has anything to do with your perceived "goodoleboy network." Interesting that you threw your hat in the moment they started discussing a raise in salary. If you are so ill that you are on SSDI, what would make us believe you are suddenly well enough to take on such a large job that requires a 24/7 commitment. If you are well enough for this joh, why haven't you taken any other jobs to prove you can actually work a fulltime job without collapsing? You are deluded. Start small and run for Councilor or school committee and show us you can work in a team environment.
#7 Jan 26, 2013
Two questions for you--
1. Recently I came into a large amount of cash and want to contribute to your campaign. How do I go about doing that?
2. How do we know your homocidal tendencies are under control?
#8 Jan 26, 2013
The oddsmakers out here have you at 16 trillion to 1.
Doesn't look too promising.
#9 Jan 26, 2013
I find your comments to be very interesting. I may run for Ward 5 councilor.The word naive is broad
1."extremely simple and trusting: having or showing an excessively simple and trusting view of the world and human nature, often as a result of youth and inexperience
2. not shrewd or sophisticated: showing a lack of sophistication and subtlety or of critical judgment and analysis
"a politically naive statement"
3. artless: admirably straightforward and uncomplicated or refreshingly innocent and unaffected"
A connector, casino and federal court house is worth a conversation. The casino thought I threw out there in order to get some insight. There are pros and cons to this idea. The other proposals are worth the conversation. Presently the president is talking about spending on infrastructure; Fitchburg would be crazy not to get involved in this conversation.
The current Mayor needs to come clean with the citizens of Fitchburg. Does she want more businesses in Fitchburg or not? As with all politicians they claim to want more job opportunities but when in office they forget that they made the promise.
Everyone is spouting about her future in politics. What has she done?? Nothing!! She constantly takes half measures which avail NOTHING.
The very first thing that you discuss and learn in business education is "the importance of location,location and location."
So from the jump fitchburg has a disadvantage due to the distance from rt 2. We must fix this before fixing Main street!! A Federal court would bring other businesses into the city. We have a lot of buildings with no ideas on how to fill them.
The "goodole boy network" problem is what has held this city back from prosperity. Our local city government and all of its boards are strangled with this network.
This network does not and will not work with Fitchburg's Latino population. We all must work together and respect each other.
#10 Jan 26, 2013
I feel that I can be shrewd when it is time to be that way such as with contracts. Take the FPD for instance. I would not approve of a contract that didn't address the needs of Fitchburg. Everyone bends on this issue; just take out the rubber stamp.
I believe that the rubber stamp is proof positive of "naive" behaviors.I believe having a Mayor that folds into the network is "naive".
Lets be honest. Yes, I believe in people. Yes, I feel that everyone is equal. Once you stray from these beliefs then corruption is nolonger an option be a prerequisite.
Take the overlay. There are pros and cons. I do not like how the Mayor pushed this through.It is economically hurtful to the Fitchburg community. It takes away financial resources instead of creating a successful local economy.
I believe that a Mayor must first make sure that the local economy will benefit.
Now look at the new trash system.The Mayor saved tens of thousands for Waste Management and at the same time put financial cost restraints on every Fitchburg citizen.
She is not CEO for waste management!!!
A mayor must always look at the areas medium income before making any big increases.Too many quick decisions have been made and every one of them have cost every Fitchburg citizen who cannot afford the increases.
In other words she has left Zero disposable income for Fitchburg citizens which in turn hurts local small businesses.
You need to get the stats for Fitchburg before Wong and the stats today concerning all costs to live in Fitchburg. Everything has increased significantly. In other words she is making it difficult for people to live in Fitchburg.
Fitchburg had the lowest cost of living in the state before Wong now it is in the highest bracket of costly citys'to live in.
#11 Jan 26, 2013
The majority of Fitchburg citizens cannot sustain what Wong has created.
The number of vacant homes is astonding. We just had a fire at a vacant home where four homeless lived. There are more homeless than you now in Fitchburg.
There are more guns in Fitchburg than at any other time. There is a massive gang problem in Fitchburg. These issues will not be addressed until they are at epidemic levels.WHY????
#12 Jan 26, 2013
You have completely missed my point. Pointing out problem areas does not make you electable. Complaining about Mayor Wong will not make you electable. You are falling into the trap that sunk Solomito. He was going to fix everything, but never laid out a single plan of how. You sound exactly like him. The difference is we know Solomito could at least work a full day. Get a real job and concentrate on things you can actually impact. Your rants do nothing to raise confidence in you. Absolutely nothing. Time to focus on what is realistic.
#13 Jan 26, 2013
Are you slow or something? The Mayor has to make decisions about trash disposal and negotiate the best deal she can. Who else can she turn to? Kev and Gomez trash removal services? Unlike you the Mayor understands that people create a certain amount of waste and that waste has to be removed for health and safety reasons.
How would you feel if a plow truck plowed two weeks of a streets worth of garbage in your driveway during a storm? Please don't quit your day non-job you don't have any experience.
#14 Jan 27, 2013
Lynch have you taken your meds today?
#15 Jan 27, 2013
I believe that Solomito lost because he couldn't get out a mailing to answer to her lies that she stated about him just four days before election. FACT.
I have laid out my proposals. Mayor Wong used some of my proposals. In fact if you remember Mayor Wong just two weeks from election addressed all of Solomito proposals. I donot forget anything.
She used her office to smoke screen Solomitos' energy. She LIED as the lights are still OFF and the pot holes are BIGGER!
Do not count me out! I gave Solomito an opening and a path to win.In fact if I didn't run Mayor Wong would not have the "come back kid" label.I enhanced her political stance state wide.
#16 Jan 27, 2013
Don't count me out! A third candidate could pick up some of my points and handidly beat Mayor Wong.
#17 Jan 27, 2013
You give yourself to much credit, nobody wasted their time derailing you, you did that when you were born ha ha ha
#18 Jan 27, 2013
Queen Lisa don't let the door hit you on the way out
#19 Jan 28, 2013
Election years always bring the lunatics out of the woodwork. Now not only is lynch still spewing his nonsense, our nutty professor is back.
Since: Feb 10
#20 Jan 28, 2013
This would make a great case for someone in Massachusetts to introduce a bill like the one Assemblyman Felipe Fuentes introduced that just took effect in California this year. It would help out a great deal in the vetting process.
"Elective Office Felony Conviction Law"
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