THE VILLAGE IDIOT SPEAKS OUT
IN AN EFFORT TO GIVE
MICHAEL "MY FAMILY IS CASHING IN" CARVIN
A $200,000 PAY DAY
How Soon They Forget: Joseph "Uncle Tom" Kenner Was Appointed To The Village Of Port Chester Trustees, Only Because Of The Voting Right Case
What A Sell Out: Joseph "Uncle Tom" Kenner wants to propose a resolution would set aside $225,000 to retain Michael "My Familiy Is Cashing In" Carvin, brother of Republican and Rye Town Supervisor Joseph "The Harvard Educated Fool" Carvin, at a rate of $750 an hour to fight the Department of Justice.
What kind of cockamamie plan does Joseph "Uncle Tom" Kenner have: To make the hardworking residents of Port Chester loose another costly Federal case, so the Republican's and the Carvin family can once again take the taxpayers to the cleaners
Here Is An Editorial From The Village Idiot Joseph "Uncle Tom" Kenner ....
The Port Chester Board of Trustees agenda for Monday contains a resolution to authorize the hiring of counsel to appeal the voting rights case. Judge Stephen Robinson found that our historical system to elect trustees violated Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act. The public will have an opportunity to be heard. I wanted to provide the facts that lead to my decision to support what two experienced voting rights lawyers have characterized as a powerful appeal with a substantial likelihood of success.
Prior to being appointed to the board in 2007, I believed that the establishment of voting districts — the typical remedy in Voting Rights cases — would not work. To divide a small village like Port Chester into districts is wrong. The only district the federal government could create with a majority of Hispanic citizen voting-age persons,..... Blah .... Blah ..... Blah ..... Lets Give the Carvins $200,000 Bucks .....Blah ..... Blah ..... Blah .......
.... I know firsthand since I, an African American who moved here in 1998 .... Blah .... Blah ..... Blah .....Lets Give the Carvins $200,000 Bucks .....Blah ..... Blah ..... Blah .......
......The decision to appeal is truly one of principle that transcends the cost of time and money. Port Chester's opportunity to appeal is now before us. We can remove the shameful and unwarranted stigma of the judge's ruling, which affects how others view us. .... Blah .... Blah ..... Blah .....Lets Give the Carvins $200,000 Bucks .....Blah ..... Blah ..... Blah .......
......I encourage the public to attend the Board of Trustees meeting on Feb. 7. The vote will be momentous .... Blah .... Blah ..... Blah .....Lets Give the Carvins $200,000 Bucks .....Blah ..... Blah ..... Blah .......
......The ultimate decision by the Second Circuit Court of Appeals will only further unify our community that stood together and endured the pressure of the federal government while standing up for principles that made this village and our country great. ..... .... Blah .... Blah ..... Blah .....Lets Give the Carvins $200,000 Bucks .....Blah ..... Blah ..... Blah .......
Joseph "Uncle Tom" Kenner
Who Is Selling Out Port Chester On Behalf Of Michael "KaChing KaChing KaChing" Carvin and Rye Town Supervisor Joseph "The Harvard Educated Fool" Carvin
02/08/11 Residents to Joesph "Uncle Tom" Kenner: Are You Crazy !!! Don't Appeal The Voting Rights Lawsuit !!!!
Trustees rejected Joseph "Uncle Tom" Kenner's idiotic idea of launching an
appeal on Monday night after a bipartisan move by Democratic Mayor Dennis Pilla and Conservative Party Trustee John Branca stepped in to delay on the vote.
An Out pouring of Port Chester residents who heard about Joseph "Uncle Tom" Kenner's
idiotic proposal came to Monday's meeting, despite the lack of official notice that the item was on the agenda.
Almost universally, the taxpayers slammed Joseph "Uncle Tom" Kenner and Michael "My Familiy Is Cashing In" Carvin $750 / hour payout, as they repeatedly said fighting the DoJ would be costly with little chance of success.
Mayor Pilla and Trustee Dan Brakewood pointed out that legal experts said the original fight would cost only $250,000, and "they were off my $1 million," Pilla said, referencing the $1.2 million in legal fees the village has already paid to fight the DoJ.
Still others said it was a retroactive attempt to claim unity and draw attention away from extremist TEA Party lunatic Bart "The Bigot" Didden's track record.
Extremist TEA Party lunatic Bart "The Bigot" Didden, who is running for mayor, inadvertently helped the DoJ make its case when he distributed fliers during the 2007 mayoral election that warned, "the Hispanics are running the show already"
The federal judge cited Extremist TEA Party lunatic Bart "The Bigot Didden's flier as one piece of evidence showing bias against Hispanic candidates in Port Chester.
Thanks A Lot Bart For Getting Your Wife And Child To Help Your Fold, Stuff And Mail Your Racist Flyer.
It Looks Like The Family That Hates Together Stays Together.
Village Resident And Taxpayer Tom Kissner Summed Up The Situation Beautifully ....
"In my opinion, the village of Port Chester has already spent entirely too much of the taxpayer's money on appealing this in the first place. While I'm well aware that the cumulative voting process is very unpopular throughout the village, I would like to suggest it has actually served the village very well. The board of trustees, for the first time, reflects the community that voted for it."