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- FACT: Michael J. McGlynn was one of only 52 Mayors IN THE FRIGGIN' COUNTRY that signed on to Comcast's phony baloney letter to the FCC. He was in Comcast's back pocket with all the goodies they bestowed upon the sleazy Mayor (Celebratory fund, golf tournament....)
- Now McGlynn is strangely silent about the Casino (he doesn't want to end up like Speaker DiMasi, does he?) so McGlynn seems primed to get hired by Wynn or Comcast ...
- Best thing that happened to Medford was Charlie Baker becoming Governor.
NOTICE: THESE ARE SPECULATIONS AND ALLEGATIONS, ALL RAT BASTARDS ARE INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY IN A COURT OF LAW...
THIS BLOG IS DELUSIONAL ANYWAY, SO SAYETH THE MEDFORD CITY SOLICITOR, SO PLEASE DON'T BELIEVE A WORD OF IT.
OF COURSE, had the City Solicitor paid attention to information he got from the editor, Frank Pilleri wouldn't have counteracted the election scheduled for January 19, 2008. The Solicitor can call this blog delusional all he wants, so far we are batting about 1,000!
SO DON'T BELIEVE A WORD OF IT, be like Julie the Czarhead and Uncle Gene McGillicuddy and Harvey Alberg and Ronny "Pilleri' Delucia wondering what the hell happened when they got their walking papers...this blog is what happened to you, morons...(*Except for Uncle Gene McGillicuddy, he's a nice old man used by his disreputable nephew. Sorry Uncle Gene, you were just collateral damage of nephew Mikey's bad choices in life!)
JUST READ AND MAKE UP YOUR OWN DAMN MINDS! TO QUOTE THE ORACLE IN THE MATRIX.
what the hell is McGlynn's brother-in-law doing
being the Chief Financial Officer of the MBTA (and former acting General Manager!) ...as despicable as Johnny "We ain't gonna shred nothing" Granara - Mr. Double Negative himself, hijacking the late James V. DiPaola's seat as "Acting Sheriff" after the alleged suicide of DiPaola.
GateHouse News Service | By Andy Metzger | Dec 29, 2013 Malden — Transit officials plan to consider changes to the price differential between a bus ride and a subway ride, limit cash transactions and potentially offer certain fares that correspond to a traveler’s ability to pay, according to MBTA Chief Financial Officer Jonathan Davis. …