Rick Pollitt: “I Grew Up in the Village of Allen Where Every Child Had a Dozen Mothers”: Dinner Course 1
Outraged Richard > Rick Pollitt: "I Grew Up in the Village of Allen Where Every Child Had a Dozen Mothers": Dinner Course 1
: "I Grew Up in the Village of Allen Where Every Child Had a Dozen Mothers": Dinner Course 1
It was said that one man, Richard "Rick" Pollitt, was going to save the peasants of County Wicomico, Maryland from their dark lives of ignorance and barbarity.
It was said he
was a "noble man", "competent", and "big boned": statements which the peasants awed and cooed over - until a lone man astride the roof of Rapa Scrapple Factory shouted down:
I say to you once again that an obese man, as Rick Pollitt appears to be, is not qualified as Wicomico County Executive or any leadership position - for he spends his time more affectionately with donuts instead of at the budget and proper planning.
But the proof is in the pudding, so to speak, and the meat and potatoes of Pollitt's
campaign are disgorged in readable format on Pollitt's campaign website ricksfriends.com in a 10 Course Dinner political stand for the Wicomico peasants to digest.
then goes on to say absolutely nothing about what these "standards of professional efficiency" are or any other specifics on Course 1, except for building a certain "bridge," of which, again, no particulars are listed - not even its weight bearing safety load.
then attempts to empower his
intention of doing something by stating:
, speaking of Richard "Rick" Pollitt when he
was lumbering along for Wicomico County Executive office in 2006.
, a man who created a website: ricksfriends.com, that stated his
campaign's promises and principles - a website which he
promptly erased, some said devoured, once he
Smarter than Richard
: It's stupidity John.