Oct 5, 2009

Out (The Klein School of Journalism)

In his latest article, Philip R. Klein writes:
The Southeast Texas Political Review has learned this afternoon that Jefferson County Assistant Auditor Keith Hawkes may drop out of the race for County Treasure.
Keith Hawkes has never announced his candidacy, but Philip claims credit for Keith's decision to drop out of a race he never entered:
According to sources that contacted the Review late this afternoon - Hawkes was upset about an article written by the Review this past week in stating that Hawkes background will be known for his relationship with County Auditor Patrick Swain.
Klein's sources are obvious: he posted the original article on the morning of Sept. 23, 2009, after KBTV Channel 4 aired this story on the evening of Sept. 22:
Fox 4 has also learned that the first assistant to the county auditor, Keith Hawkes, plans to run for the office.

Hawkes says he'll make his official announcement next week.
I don't remember that announcement from last week - how about you? 


Anonymous said...

Klein still doesn't get it. Patrick is a very respected professional who oversees a multi-million dollar budget and does a great job. Klein on the other hand couldn't run a Dairy Queen. Get over it Klein. Carl lost the election.

Anonymous said...

"...Hawkes background will be known for his relationship with County Auditor Patrick Swain."

Before he said that, none of us could IMAGINE how Hawkes would have a relationship with Swain being that Hawkes is assistant county auditor and Swain is auditor. Great deductive reasoning skills, Phil!!!

Anonymous said...

Hawkes association with Swain=GOOD

Anyones association with Klein=BAD

Anonymous said...

It appears Philip is cranking the hot tube again.