Jan 18, 2010

Rhonda

In his latest article on the Southeast Texas Political Review, Philip Klein exaggerates his own exaggeration from an earlier article (emphases are mine):
Or maybe the same Rhonda that...well...went nuts and screamed and yelled at staff of a daycare center and scared a bunch of kids?
Compare with Klein's original account:
She was asked to leave by the daycare representatives - but refused and continued to scream and curse and upset not only employees but "possibly some of the children."
So did Rhonda scare "possibly" scare "some of the children," did she scare "a bunch of kids," or did Philip misrepresent the entire story, symptomatic of his obsession with Rhonda Dugas:
Support - she has the support of the Walker clan that wants Carolyn Guidry out.
If true, then where are the endorsements from the "Walker clan?"

Rhonda is one of four candidates in the race, yet Klein hasn't besmirched any of the other candidates:
  • Carolyn Guidry (I)
  • James Milton Ferrell Jr
  • Sheriff's Sgt. Derwin Seals 
  • Rhonda Dugas
In closing, I'm somewhat surprised that Klein failed to use Martin Luther King's birthday to display his bigotry, but I'm sure it's hard to top his comment from last year's article:
Martian (sic) Luther King wanted one thing. Fairness and equality under the law for those who are black.
Prejudice is never pretty. In Philip's case, it's coyote-ugly.

3 comments :

Anonymous said...

I have seen nothing at all to indicate "the Walker clan" supports Rhonda Dugas. Seems as though
Phil remains obsessed with Carl Griffith's defeat and is trying with characteristic stupidity to make a connection.

Anonymous said...

This is yet another PRK LIE!!! There is no association and never has been. There are 4 candidates for the County Clerks position and "The Walker Clan" has not endorsed any one of them. Klein will not call and ask because then he would have to report the truth and we all know that won't happen.

Anonymous said...

Because his endorsement usually spells doom for a candidate, perhaps he feels guilty for supporting Carl's reelection.