True to his style – Lou’s minion knotu, or is it tryagain, or possibly harry truman – he changes his name whenever it is convenient – we have the IP logs – and obfuscates the facts with misdirection. He recently accused us of bigotry. Of course, as always, he has no basis of facts to back up his inflammatory statement.
As was pointed out, there was nothing at all in the post that could possibly be construed as bigoted or racist. But Loser Louie never allowed facts to get in his way. And make no mistake, knotu is the voice of Lou. Knotu writes what Lou tells him to write.
The only statement in the referenced post that could be even remotely construed to be bigoted would be our pointing out that Reverence Dunkins failed to pay back a taxpayer funded loan. (click on the image to the left for a larger view).
Louis did his best to try to have the taxpayers eat the entire loan by having it declared a grant. In the end, we ate the amount of the loan anyway.
Lou Magazzu and his cronies almost daily make reference to Carl Johnson’s financial difficulties. They have no scruples about dragging a person’s family business into a political public fray.
However, don’t dare utter one word about one of their political hacks that has literally stolen from the public; betrayed the public trust by taking a huge loan and then failing to repay it. If you bring this fact to light, that a Freeholder cannot handle his own finances and yet is to be entrusted handling the finances of the entire county, then you are a racist.
We frankly do not care whether the good reverend is black, white, green or purple. Our point is that he is totally incompetent and should in no way be allowed to handle the taxpayers’ monies.
Lou Magazzu cannot address the real issues. He never has. He handles criticism of fiscal mismanagement with personal attacks. He will belittle those that question him rather than offer a straight-forward answer.
The question we demand an answer to is why did Louis allow Dunkins to borrow money that he never repaid to run as a Freeholder. Why did Louis try to have the loan changed into a grant to shelter one of his cronies rather than demand accountability?