30 January 2009

KingCast presents: Articles on more Martha McLeod, Lou D'Allesandro S-0852/SB 154 Bruce McKay Highway madness.

One year ago almost to the day the citizens of New Hampshire, by and through their elected officials, soundly rejected HB 1428 Bruce McKay highway, set forth by a nitwit deceitful legislator Martha McLeod, who is now out of a job, thank goodness.

Well there are the two recent stories about the ridiculous attempt to shove this Bruce McKay Highway bill down the throats of people in the North Country. Note that none -- I repeat NONE -- of the sponsors are even from North Country. Last year that lying, deceitful sponsor Martha McLeod tried to run the same game, ignoring her constituents and dealing behind the back of the Franconia Recovery and Reconciliation Committee. Her bill failed and she failed to win her Senate bid, thank goodness she is OUT OF OFFICE.

I issued my comments in this post and in this post that will be going out this weekend to the sponsors involved, including Robert Letourneau, with whom I wrestled over Martha's attempt last year. Run a word search for his name on this blog and see what you get. The text of the bill is in the comments. Bruce McKay did not "die in the line of duty," he died on a frolic and detour, during a dereliction of his pursuit and OC spray directives fueled out of unlawful antipathy for all things Miller and Kenney, such as the time he tried to give Bode a speeding ticket based on hearsay.

For you folks writing your lawmakers you can cite to these fifteen (15) points of light that constitute Bruce McKay's real legacy in the North Country. Senator Robert Letourneau is well aware of ALL OF THIS but he went right on ahead and sponsored this bill yet again. Query will he and the others, driven by deals with the Chiefs of Police try this every year? If they do, they will meet the same resistance every year, you better believe THAT.

As noted in this video, Bruce McKay was lucky to have lived as long as he did, when the locals told me
"If it hadn't have been Liko Kenney it would have been someone else."

Want more? Watch him OC Spray Sarah as he violated her Due Process rights. And don't forget the OC Spray at Profile that sent an innocent girl to the hospital, read my interview with Ryan Hartford about that right here.

Now I do know a few things about sponsorship of reasonable legislation: Senator Bruce Tarr (R-Mass) just filed "Robert Taylor's law" 2 weeks ago, the bill I conceived in honour of a kind and gentle man who should not have died in an uninspected building with questionable egress from his apartment in Gloucester, Massachusetts last year. I am a co-sponsor of that legislation, yah.

1 comment:

Christopher King said...


AN ACT naming a certain portion of route 18 in the town of Franconia in honor of Corporal Bruce McKay.

SPONSORS: Sen. D'Allesandro, Dist 20; Sen. Letourneau, Dist 19; Sen. DeVries, Dist 18; Sen. Downing, Dist 22; Rep. P. Garrity, Hills 14; Rep. Goley, Hills 8; Rep. Boisvert, Hills 17; Rep. Jeudy, Hills 10; Rep. C. Soucy, Hills 17

COMMITTEE: Transportation and Interstate Cooperation

This bill names a portion of route 18 in Franconia in honor of Corporal Bruce McKay of the Franconia police department who was killed in the line of duty.
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Explanation: Matter added to current law appears in bold italics.

Matter removed from current law appears [in brackets and struckthrough.]

Matter which is either (a) all new or (b) repealed and reenacted appears in regular type.


In the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Nine
AN ACT naming a certain portion of route 18 in the town of Franconia in honor of Corporal Bruce McKay.

Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened:
1 Corporal Bruce McKay Memorial Highway. Pursuant to RSA 4:43, that portion of route 18 in the town of Franconia between the intersection of U.S. Route 93 and route 141, also known as 3 Mile Hill, shall be named the Corporal Bruce McKay Memorial Highway in honor of Corporal Bruce McKay of the Franconia police department who was killed in the line of duty on May 11, 2007. Corporal McKay was committed to his job as a law enforcement officer and prosecutor for the town of Franconia. While on duty, Corporal McKay patrolled the areas designated. He loved the area, and enjoyed hiking, fishing, swimming, picnicking, and photographing the area, especially Echo and Profile Lakes and the White Mountains. Appropriate signage may be placed along the designated portion of the highway.

2 Signage. The cost of design, construction, maintenance, and installation of any signage, replacement signage, or other markers authorized under section 1 of this act shall not be a charge to the state. However, the design, construction, and installation of any signage or other markers authorized under this act shall be approved by the department of transportation.

3 Effective Date. This act shall take effect 60 days after its passage.