Q:Why do you want Gutierrez to keep stirring things up? I thought you wrote before that you support him for Congress? What does he want?!!! To be governor or congressman? make up your mind already Carl --- and then just go away! You lost. Who cares!
Think about it for a minute. You, like so many other haters, would rather allow thousands of island residents to be disenfranchised by voter fraud than see someone you hate get ahead.
If you let election fraud stand today, then what is it to keep someone from robbing you of your voice and your vote when it is someone you do support or like? Nothing.
That is one of the things that really gets to me with this topic. I do not believe in wasting voters’ time or taxpayer money on foolish shit. THIS is not foolish - it is a crime! And no one has said or done anything that really matters, hoping I guess that it would all just go away as long as they kept their political heads planted firmly in the sand.
Election fraud is not trivial and shouldn’t be regarded as such by anyone who really wants to see what is best for Guam.
When an agency director or leadership recognizes that previous agency management was fraudulent or criminally incompetent then that should merit real attention from every last one of our elected leaders….immediate attention. So far, politically corrupt justice officials like Guam Attorney General Lenny Rapadas who’s job it would otherwise be to safeguard the public’s rights, simply refuse to even acknowledge this critically important voter scandal.
GEC failed, at the most basic level, to conduct fair and adequate elections following the simplest regulations. Hell - the former director and board of commissioners with expired terms should have never been allowed to move past the primary stage…but they did.
When irregularities like that were raised the former governor did nothing - but in all fairness to the do-nothing Felix Camacho, well - nobody ever expected him to do any thing, except cash his paycheck and stay as far away from work as possible.
It’s time to think, Anon….think about what you want for yourself and the next generation of island residents.
Do you really want to be satisfied with halfass elections that can be switched around at the whim of some lazy, fatass bureaucrat who’s only concern is getting an easy check and lunch? Or do you want to have a voice in how and who runs your government?