Of Political Signage and Presumed Alliances

An approximation of the image in the original posting
An approximation of the image in the original posting

A Facebook acquaintance posted a picture on the timeline of an influential Portsmouth political action committee recently. It shows a well-known residential property that has hosted a variety of political signs over the course of many election seasons with the owners’ current selections. The caption supplied by the person posting was the time-worn saying that a picture is worth a thousand words. The inference I drew from this commentary was that sign proximity indicates personal affinity. Continue reading Of Political Signage and Presumed Alliances

My Top Three Priorities

Perhaps the question most frequently posed, in one form or another, to a candidate is “List your top three priorities in order of importance and explain why those and in that order.” Normally, the parties making the inquiry provide either too little time or space to answer the question fully. For the benefit of the electorate, I offer the following. Continue reading My Top Three Priorities