Monday, December 24, 2007

And then there were none...

While the Boy Scouts Christmas trees may have sold out a day or two early from all the publicity, in the end nobody wins. All the extra money kindly donated will maybe make up for the loss of 100 trees not harvested and sold due to last week's storm.

And the Town Manager has squandered credibility and political capital the way President Bush sacrificed 9/11 world sympathy by declaring war on Saddam Hussein.

1 comment:

O'Reilly said...

Where did Larry Shaffer buy their family christmas tree?

Since he would "rather not have them there at all" I would find it suprising that he would be a patron. Yet, he'll accept Roberts and Shumway's money in lieu of his illegal tax?

Is that a "pre-tax" sales tax or a "post-tax" sales tax. In other words, is their gift to the non-profit Boy Scouts tax deductible? Inquiring minds want to know.