We said it could happen and it has. Rep. Martha McLeod lost her post as vice chairman of a House Finance subcommittee after she challenged Democratic leadership over a move to memorialize Franconia Police Cpl. Bruce McKay.
She asked for a mile-long stretch of Interstate 93 in Franconia Notch, or Route 18 nearby, to be named for McKay. She got neither, and was bumped, as happens when people in leadership posts take on the powers above.
I say that's not entirely accurate. In fact, it's not accurate at all. It's total crap. She had the backing of:
NH AG Kelly Ayotte.
State Police Chief Rusell Conte.
I dunno. Seems to me you can't get any more "powers above" than THAT. Nah, sorry Tom she got the boot because the People have spoken, by and through State Reps like Edmond Gionet, who wrote me as noted.
You should read the two "three-blind mice" posts one and two about Martha McLeod, who can't stand me. After I wrote this nice letter to her and she dissed me, I can say the feeling is mutual, dearie.
The State's dog and pony show is drawing to a close, and the dominoes are falling.
Related post: Lawsuit on 21 Feb. 2008 to discover the IP address of the tool who misappropriated Brian Jesseman's likeness in claiming that he was in support of HB 1428 for "Bruce McKay highway."
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