Monday, January 04, 2010

Galluccio: Another judge condemns the Cambridge pols

Bob La Trémouille reports.

State Senator Anthony Galluccio, former Cambridge City Councilor and Mayor was sentenced to a year in jail today for violating the terms of his sentence of house arrest. I must assume the judge was correct in his interpretation of reality.

Galluccio flunked breathalyzer tests which were a condition of his house arrest. He blamed it on his toothpaste.

From my point of view, this is just another example of the corrupt world of Cambridge politics meeting reality.

While the Cambridge Pols are in Cambridge, “reality” as described by them, frequently has very major differences from reality in the real world of Cambridge, but they keep on spouting nonsense with great piety.

The Cambridge Pols' “reality” is reality which frequently has no real basis, but it passes as reality in a world dominated by people who do not want to know reality.

When you get into the real world, decent human beings have contempt for the corrupt, fake “reality” which is paraded about by the Cambridge Pols.

Galluccio’s judge joins Monteiro’s judge who joins the Boston Conservation Commission and, basically, joins pretty much any objective person looking at the ongoing outrages in Cambridge, MA who is not in sway of the Cambridge pols or in sway of people controlled by the Cambridge pols.

Monteiro’s judge and jury call the City of Cambridge “reprehensible” for destroying a woman’s life in retaliation for her filing a civil rights complaint.

The Boston Conservation Commission has placed sanctions on the state’s Department of Conservation and Recreation for environmental destruction on the Charles River which is considered normal by appointees of the Cambridge City Manager.

And the Cambridge pols call environmental destroyers “environmentalists.”

The Cambridge pols claim a government is pro civil rights which destroyed the life of Malvina Monteiro and which still refuses to respect the very sound decision by the Monteiro judge.

Decent people have contempt for politics as usual in the City of Cambridge.

That contempt is well deserved.