What exactly is a Jerome Carlisle and what is a Brian Higgins? Sounds like Squid called the County Insight project a group of liars or copy copiers and Higgins a person who went to law school but decided to enter the game of political advising and lose political races for clients rather than try legal cases for clients. It also sounds like "County Insight" is a website dedicated to all things that are not part of their little dinky click. They do not like Jane Parker but oddly neglect to mention Potter, Armenta or Salinas, the faux liberals on the board of supes. Interesting since their little site County Insight seems to be about all things they think conservative and possibly religious. Their contempt for gays, the President, "section 8 baby" mothers seems obvious based on the photos on their facebook site. Nothing like the mascot for this group Higgins who seems lack sufficient melanin to offer a modicum of support when it comes to sunlight and his skin. Nothing is more attractive than a day glow white whale holding a cocktail and these people seem to enjoy cocktails judging from their photos. These and "ranting" dick are the face of new media and political participation? Hold on to your underroos folks these are serious people. Serious people indeed this Carlisle man child even seems to have a vast and diverse group of facebook friends. From Deputy DA Stephanie Hulsey to the Bankers Casino boys and Salinas Mayor Dennis Donohue and his daughter to Jeff Davi to John Pisto, well the list just goes on and on for this Palma boy Carlisle and his friend Higgins. Sounds like the perfect choice of class and honesty for the MCBOE and the furtherance of "truth" in journalism in Chapin Wayland's world of true. But its all funny right boys and we make fun of everything and everyone including the melanin challenged public officials.
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