Regular readers of this blog have at least a hint of the disdain I have for this liar. For new readers, the main plank in his election campaign was a total lie designed to suck those opposed to tolls into voting for him.
He had that position... for about 60 seconds after he was elected. At that point, he did a complete flip, proving my allegations, made throughout his campaign, that he was lying scum.
And he still is.
As the local rag continues their long project to rehabilitate this slimeball's image because his position flip now means he's carrying the rag's water like Gunga Din; every once in awhile, the true colors of this rank hypocrite pop out for all too see.
He knows the people of this community, that he's so busy burying in billions of debt that he won't have to pay, are increasingly opposed to the nonsensical turd that is trhe entirety of the bridge replacement/loot rail scam. Leavitt's partner in lying, Clark County Commissioner Steve Stuart, promised during HIS campaign to hold a vote on loot rail THIS November. That's not happening, of course, because, well, the promise was snough to get Leavitt's fellow slimeball re-elected. Not terribly surprising since Stuart, who helped run Leavitt's campaign, authored the lie that got Leavitt elected in the first place.
Leavitt knows the loot rail vote is doomed. His response: to throw a fit long enough to allow the CTran dodge to be gerrymandered into existence sometime next year so he can win this election by fraud.
That is, he will require all of us in the urban area to pay his tax, while allowing none of us to vote on it.... much like the ballpark scam he's running on us now.
Do you detect a pattern?
Anyway, the Willamette Week came out a couple days ago with an article that typically destroyed Mayor McFly's bogus bridge/loot rail scam. Of course, besides the will of the people, facts have no place in his lowlife world, so when confronted by that article, what was his uber-hypocritical response?
Timothy D Leavitt · Vancouver, WashingtonTo which I rightfully responded:
The Willamette Week article lacks credibility and substance. There are unsubstantiated and opinionated statements by the "reporter"....or editor, I'm not quite sure if its supposed to be a story or opinion piece. Seems more like a political blog than anything else. Kinda like saying that 5 days of sunny, hot weather means a change of climate...
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Kage McClued · Owner/Writer at Clark County Politics BlogLike · Reply · 2 seconds agoIt is to our communtity's shame that this scaming liar was ever elected to even dog catcher, let along mayor. And we will all be paying the price for that, every day for decades as a result.You're kidding, right? YOU question someone ELSE'S credibility and substance? I have never seen such rank hypocrisy from any ele4cted official, ever, except maybe Anthony Weiner.
The reasons to believe the Willamette Week geometrically exceed any reasons to ever believe you. The quotes from your own mouth and blog during your campaign speak to that.
That someone like him could even remotely believe they're in a position to question someone's or something's credibility is beyond belief.