Mirror Mirror on the wall who's the vainest or stupidest County Executive of all?Is it a noun or an adjective? You decide. I've seen high school students who can writer better than this.
The other night at the SUNY Ulster Commencement, he refused to wear his cap, was it
vain or stupidity?
The Crusader goes on:
Proper academic regalia is required for all candidates who participate in any Commencement Ceremony - that includes the dignitaries on the stage.Really? Is this state law? A university bylaw? Why not provide a link citing this rule? Where, exactly, does it appear?
The crowd was abuzz about how Mike Hein refused to wear his cap when he
addressed the graduates.
It was just disrespectful to the institution.
And the crowd was abuzz? Were they getting out the pitchforks and torches so they could storm the stage and rid us of the embarrassment of a hat-less executive? Sometimes you have to take the law into your own hands, after all.
And you know what happened next? Hein left the ceremony. Again, what will we tell the children? How can Hein call himself a leader when he leaves in the middle of a ceremony to, uh, get back to the business of doing the people's work or something equally frivolous?
Then the Crusader, unable to use this newfangled device known as Google, implies that our county exec is a college drop-out:
Once again Hein said that he was the first member of his family to ATTENDWow. So Mike Hein never graduate col . . . Wait! What's that you say? I can actually look this up online? Will the wonders of the internet never cease?:
If you were the first to GRADUATE from college wouldn't you say that?
There is a big difference between ATTENDING college and GRADUATING from college.
But maybe it's only a big difference to those that have graduated.
Michael P. Hein was raised by his parents on their farm in Esopus, New York. During his childhood, Hein attended school in the New Paltz school system. He attended Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida, thus becoming the first in his family to attend college. In 1987, he received a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with a special emphasis in Management from Eckerd College.See? That wasn't hard, now, was it?
So, once again, Ulster County's newest attack blog packs all the punch of a wet noodle. This blog is so bad, in fact, that I would not be surprised if Bernardo herself were writing it.
Did anyone you know attend SUNY Ulster Commencement last week? Was Bernardo there? If so, it would explain where this latest post came from.
As I said before, can't you do better than this, Crusader? I'm beginning to feel like I'm picking on a weakling.