26 September 2007

Morning News Roundup

Drips and dribbles this morning across the state with the news...

Representative Mike Alberts, a man for all seasons, is running for the Board of Selectmen in Woodstock, in addition to his other duties.

Connecticut's kids know how to read good

No more energy aid to illegal immigrants, so sayeth Dick Blumenthal. And apparently, they are actually going to check to see if people are lying on their applications now. Actually reading the documentation generated for the State seems to be in fashion now. Someday, perhaps all of the information created by the State of Connecticut bureaucracy will find someone to care for it. Perhaps they could start an adoption program for Official Government Documents That No One Has Read But Someone Probably Should.

After French President Sarkozy makes a tough speech, Ahmadinejad says the "nuclear issue is over". Glad we don't have to worry about that one anymore...

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Connecticut's kids know how to read good"

Ummm, not to be a jerk or anything but read good is grammatically incorrect. It should be Connecticut's kids know how to read well".

Heath - Exec Dir said...
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