Delgaudio has met the enemy and it is him

Timothy Kincaid

October 5th, 2012

Please chip in

Any day now we should be getting an email telling us that the homosexual activists on the Louden County Board of Supervisors are persecuting poor Eugene Delgaudio (please chip in $10). Because the Board unanimously voted (including Eugene) to investigate charges that he used county staff for his anti-gay fundraising efforts (please chip in $10).

Of course, this could be a name-clearing project (please chip in what you can) rather than a real investigation (please chip in $15). We’ll have to wait and see, I guess (please prayerfully consider chipping in $20).

Delgaudio claims that he’s innocent (please chip in $20) and that the county was paying for an entirely different scam fundraising effort (please chip in $50, or whatever you can). (WaPo)

Delgaudio said Wednesday that he supported both motions by the board, but he vigorously defended himself against the accusations and reiterated his assertion that his fundraising efforts were for a youth football league.

“This is more than an attack on my simple methods at finding support for youth sports leagues, more than an attack on my non-controversial and straightforward record of winning four elections in Sterling,” he said. “There is a spot lamp on what I do and how I do it. That’s great. You won’t find anything.”

(Meanwhile please prayerfully consider chipping in your entire social security check.)

codyj

October 5th, 2012

ha ha ha, i will be laffin WELL past midnight on this one,lol..pls chip in ,lol

james

October 6th, 2012

Are you asking us to chip in to help pay for the investigation or just mocking poor youth football loving Eugene?

Cause if it’s to help pay for the investigation, I’d consider it!

But if you’re just mocking poor youth football loving Eugene, well, please continue.

Priya Lynn

October 6th, 2012

Maybe I missed something here, but does it matter if it was for a football league or anti-gay activities? He’ll be convicted either way, won’t he?

james

October 6th, 2012

@Priya Lynn. From the standpoint of whether he could use county employees, it does not matter. Country rules probably prohibit it either way.

But you know how Eugene thinks he’s too special for rules to apply to him.

Priya Lynn

October 6th, 2012

That’s what I thought James.

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