Thursday, December 15, 2005

Doug Patterson Has Gone Crazy

If you haven't seen it yet, check out Johnson County Republican Party Chairman Doug Patterson's point by point personal attack on almost everyone associated with the Kansas Traditional Republican Majority.

Patterson's attack is vicious and uncalled for. It is an totally inappropriate use of his office and it blows the lid off of the idea that the Johnson County Party will be united against anyone in 2006.

Want us to know about it?


At 7:49 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Doug has never been very stable. His ego is so big that he would often answer questionnaires the way the 'asking group' wanted and then change his responses for the next group. He did this on a regular basis with education, abortion and taxation questions.

He's strange and those around him give him plenty of room when he gets this way.

At 10:09 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I googled Doug recently and found that he represented the nudist colony outside of Topeka.

Perhaps his problem is that he spent too much time outside without using sun block

At 10:48 AM, Anonymous Syzygy said...

Establishing balance within the party is going to be difficult. As long as the computer can eat your vote, you'll never really know how valid the count is.

In response to the Help America Vote Act, Kansas and many other states have contracted with Diebold to provide voting machines and software for elections.

Last week the CEO of Diebold resigned, amid reports that their software does not pass its own testing and cannot, therefore, provide an audit trail. I keep hearing about hacking demonstrations being held in several places across the country.
The company is being sued by its stockholders. The conservative thing to do would be to plan some way of checking the count into the systems.

Because state election boards have proceeded with Diebold anyway, we need a Paper Trail produced by the voting machines, so there will be hard copy to check the digital count against.

At 11:10 AM, Blogger j.d. said...

You might blockquote it; the link appears to be busted.

At 2:11 PM, Blogger j.d. said...

And, surely you meant "vicious" rather than "viscous", something that is thick and oily.

Although, "thick" wouldn't be a bad description.

At 6:10 AM, Blogger George Walberg said...

It's time that Doug Patterson thinks about stepping down.


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