Matt Patrick Wind Turbine Advocate To...

Matt Patrick Wind Turbine Advocate To Run For Mass Senate

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Jack Kelly

Jamestown, RI

#1 Mar 3, 2014
Remember John Fitzgerald Kennedy who was killed on November 22,1963. He was the 35th President of the United States. The Kennedy family was against commercial wind turbines.

Matt Patrick a wind turbine advocate took a post card of the deceased president and war hero and defaced a post card scribbling wind turbines all around the slain president his boat named the Victura.

Matt Patrick turned the picture of President Kennedy into graffiti and kept it on the wall of his office in full view of anyone who came into the office.

Matt Patrick is not deserve to be a representative of the public. Here is the quote from his recently deleted website:

"Matthew Patrick, a Democratic state representative from Falmouth, refused to toe the line. Growing up, Patrick had idolized the slain Robert F. Kennedy. But when the Kennedy family opposed the wind-farm proposal, Patrick found a postcard of John F. Kennedy sailing his yacht in Nantucket Sound and sketched in an array of wind turbines on the saltwater horizon."

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