His trips to the confessional must be brief.
Last night, Kieklak, known in Blogistan as BTNP, sent me a few crocodile tears that increasingly became less apologetic.
Apology Version 1
I want to apologize to Sam Bennett for what I said.
I want to apologize to Joe Long for what I said.
I want to apologize to Charlie Dent for what I said.
I want Shawn Mullin to know that I meant every word that I said (because it was all good)!
I want to apologize to any Blogospherian who was even mildly offended by what I posted on your site.
Apology Version 2, a little later that night
The blogosphere was meant to push the limits and do what the mainstream press was afraid to do.
Most blog surfers know when someone's exaggerating for effect and putting on a persona (like with LV Housewife).
But, obviously you really are beholden to what the Morning Call says about your blog. And sensitive to "their standards" of what is acceptable for you to post.
You are a good sheep.
Go for vanilla. That's just what they want you to do.
Be bland, be safe, and be irrelevant for the rest of your life.
Apology Version 3, a lot later that night
Both posts to the women were pure Archie Bunker and everyone knew it but you. And it WAS priceless when she replied (in an innocent voice): "I don't even own any pumps!"
Lisa has personally received far worse e-mails/posts purporting to be "real accounts" of what she allegedly did in public, but neither her nor I ran to press to cry about them. And, if we had, they would not have considered them "news." You ignore idiots and what they say.
You keep writing about Lower Macungie and open records. Pat yourself on the back. What a difference you make.
Beginning to get the impression Kieklak feels this hulabaloo is little more than a nuisance from his inferiors?
Kieklak's blog persona no different than what he has demonstrated in Harrisburg.
Update: Notice the haughty disdain a state senate staffer has for a good government measure like open records? It's nice to know that Lisa Boscola is trying to keep a guy who resists reform.