cur-mud-geon: anyone who hates hypocrisy and pretense and has the temerity to say so; anyone with the habit of pointing out unpleasant facts in an engaging and humorous manner
A name familiar to many Germantown people will become even more familiar. Jason LeSage, a two-term Germantown school board member has filed as a Republican in the race for the 24th Assembly district seat.
It has just dawned on me that the 'something' that seemed to be missing from the Memorial Day tableau was the American Flags that used to fly for this holiday/day of remembrance on the village light poles and utility poles.
If we could look into the future and learn the outcome of our decisions before we implemented those decisions, would we do so? If we did see the outcome, would we persist even if the outcome was not desirable?
The third edition will begin with Rep. Wasserman's response since Senator Darling batted lead-off last edition:
I just read the 2007 version of this Memorial Day Blog once again. Not a lot has changed except that we may be even further polarized politically than we were a year ago. That is to be expected when we find ourselves in the midst of presidential campaigning, fighting an economic slowdown, watching fuel and food prices escalate almost daily...and as we watch flags in our village and state being flown at half-staff.