WOW what a day. While we certainly believe that everyone deserves their day in court...this was ridiculous. A suspended attorney, who was suspended from practicing law for among other things, forging his clients signature.
Then you have a want-to-be Perry Mason, who lost a recent case in court because his father’s signature, on his father’s will, was not his father’s signature. Then who's was it? Well, it’s been said that you cannot straighten a crooked line.
In the mean time, the average folks of the county, whom in simple terms just want to have a say with this Gracedale issue. And who did the very best they could to collect the required signatures honestly, and did so with limited provisions by the county, now are accused of fudging signatures? Yeah right.
Can you believe what Angle said outside the Courthouse today - "We're a country of laws. We're not Egypt or Tunisia, here there's three different branches of government. Under the law you must meet the criteria to be on the ballot. They did not meet the criteria," What? This man is definitely delusional. Everyone who knows Angle knows that he does not follow the law unless he gets caught. Isn't he the one that told another politician the he won't be in politics long because he was too honest?
And does he realize that in Egypt at this current moment there is unrest because the people want democracy? Yet here in NorCo we are supposed to have democracy, except that democracy in NorCo means that when the county council or the county executive disagree with the will of the people, they simply sue you! They use our own money to SUE US...can you believe that? Disgraceful.
And can you imagine that Stoffa filed a court action to prevent the question from going on the ballot, after rooting for the coalition to get the signatures? Does that make sense? Perhaps that’s because he too didn’t really believe that COAF could do it. WELL WE DID. No doubt we should petition those 23,391 voters again to remove Stoffa for misleading us. And then COAF can write a book, and become an advocate for petition drives, after all, the more we do this the better we will surely become.
Lastly, considering what we witnessed in court today…it appears that in NorCo anyone can practice law, no license required.