This Weekend the Webmaster took a break from defaming me.
And decided to slander a local Conservative Business which has a stellar record of supporting Conservative Causes with Time and Donations.
Now I fully understand why our Webmaster has been casting aspersions on me, because I have been saying some not nice things about him
In my opinion TRUE things but I admit not nice.
So I expect and almost welcome his incoherent responses,
I mean how else can I gauge how effective my articles have been.
What I don't understand is why attack this business?
I spoke with one of the co-owners.
It seems that some time ago our Chair called one of them about Noon,
They are in the Food Services Industry and so they were SWAMPED.
Our Chair was told
One: They could not Talk
Two: That the other Co-owner handled all their advertising
Three: Their standard requirement for ANY ad including donation ads was to receive a Proof Copy for their review.
They never got ANY Proof Copy.
Sometime latter they DID get a Bill for an advertisement that had been placed WITHOUT their approval.
They have since gotten dunning letters and threats to go Public,
You have a nice business here it would be a shame if we had to smear it with slander.
This weekend they did go Public.
Our webmaster put a libelous statement on the LCRCC Facebook Group Wall.
It has been taken down.
He also placed a libelous statement on the Business's Facebook Wall
It has been taken down.
He still has a libelous statement on his own Facebook Wall with a link to the Businesses Facebook Wall
Due to their not paying a bill to our LCRCC
to boycott this place. I ask that you do too
. I will
gladly inform you when they do so you can
but until then all my Cedar Rapids friends
not go there
I say GO there have a nice meal and let them know not all members of the Linn County Republican Central Committee are of the same moral character as the little group of lynch mobbers that have congregated on his Facebook Walls Liking his Statement and Commenting.
Having seen the dialog, something soured here. I'm not
what might cause an organization to change demeanor.
The ad and related communications are all above
I would say finding out someone tried to CHEAT you and hold you responsible for a Bill you never agreed to MIGHT change one's demeanor.
I understand. It appears this is the result yet again of nefarious activity by one of our executives!
EXACTLY the business owner I spoke to was quite clear on that point. The Chair was TOLD what they required before they would authorise payment
The Chair did NOT satisfy the requirements and dunning the business for a Bill they did not agree to MIGHT constitute nefarious activity by one of our executives ie the County Chair.
In addition placing this lie on the Facebook Wall of others and thereby giving the impression that they agree and approve of that Lie COULD also be considered nefarious action, not by an Executive, just a Webmaster.
I have seen a lot of pretty words on some FB Walls but not much walking the walk to go along with talking the talk.
Anyone who gathered on the Webmaster's Wall to disect the reputation of two good and decent people who have always supported Conservatives and Conservative causes and never BOTHERED to first find out their side of the story from them?
Should hang their heads in shame,
And they need to stop posting religous statements and try living a few.
You can come after me all you want. I figure if you can't run with the Big Dogs you'd best stay on the porch.
But these people whose reputations you have besmirched are
The old Abbe mounted the pulpit and began his sermon with a voice that cut the air like a whip lash. "Christians!!" "Christians, when the Lord of life and death shall ask me on the day of judgment, 'Pasteur de la Roudaire, where are thy sheep?',
I shall not answer him. When the Lord asks me the second time,'Pasteur de la Roudaire, where are thy sheep?', I will still not answer him.
But when the Lord shall ask me the third time, 'Pasteur de la Roudaire, where are thy sheep?', I shall hang my head in shame and I will answer him,
'They were not sheep, Lord, they were a pack of wolves.'"