Tuesday, May 06, 2014

Molovinsky Gets No Respect

This is a district? 
Michael Molovinsky, who is running as an Independent in the 183rd state house race, was going to have a Meet-and-Greet at The American Legion in Slatington tonight. He rented the place and made arrangements for whatever refreshments would be served. But the day before the event, he received an apologetic call from The Legion, telling him to find another place. Part of the reason might be based on a Legion misunderstanding of the rules that apply to nonprofits. But it's also politics. The Molovinsky camp was told that State Rep. Julie Harhart would be unhappy to learn he had an event there.

This is the kind of thing that happens to an Independent.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

or maybe it was the fact that his Facebook invite had only 2 people responding yes, 1 maybe. Does he think he even think he has real chance? Most people who are contrarians like himself receive little following.

Anonymous said...

It was the blog mentor, always stymieing the WPA savior.

Anonymous said...

Not sure that non profit halls are allowed or should be hosting political rallies even if the host is picking up the tab.

Anonymous said...

I see the district map is a gerrymandered drawing from a 9th grade special ed student.

Anonymous said...

Respect is a two way street, if you want it, you have to give it. Molovinsky has never been one to display respect for others.

Bernie O'Hare said...

That's nonsense, delivered disrespectfully, by a person who won't identify himself.

Bernie O'Hare said...

6:08, it is permissible to rent the hall for a political event.

Anonymous said...

Yeah isn't it that they just can't take a side outspokenly, but renting is different matter