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Prince William County Needs An Enema

By Greg L | 2 August 2013 | Prince William County | 11 Comments

It’s just heartwarming how in the midst of multi-million dollar budget mistakes, inane decisions that gave us logo-gate, and persistent general government malfeasance, Prince William County Government has established a new priority goal that will benefit the whole community: a plan to attack citizens who dare to criticize government.  I’m sure when Melissa Peacor is done pummeling local bloggers into the ground our communities will be far better, our taxes lower, and every illegal alien day laborer in the county will speak with a British accent, because obviously it’s the bloggers who are the problem.

Here’s a tip for the tyrants at McCoart: if you weren’t so awfully brazen about demonstrating what a corrupt monarchy would look like as a governance system, there probably wouldn’t be blogs popping up dedicated to outing the complaints of the remaining county employees who are utterly aghast at what Peacor and her star chamber are up to.  If there’s not heaping piles of dog crap littering the yard, you don’t generally have a problem with annoying insects.

We have a crap problem in Prince William County.  A massive one that has two local bloggers seemingly dedicated full-time to exposing government waste, fraud and abuse at the local level and two more that harp on it when the bloggers have some time to spare.  This site falls into the second category while newer sites like The Derecho and The Sheriff perform the heavy lifting lately.  There’s no other locality in Virginia where this is happening, although there are blogs everywhere in Virginia.  It’s not like Prince William County should have cornered the market on local government tyranny, and it’s not as if Prince William County has so many more people than any other locality that there are just going to be a lot of local blogs and a lot of them will talk about local government.  It’s not the largest locality, it’s not the richest, and it’s not in any other demographic way unusual.

Prince William County is simply more corrupt, and residents are sick of it.  Our Democrats are more corrupt, our Republicans are more corrupt, and our county executive leadership is more corrupt than anywhere else in Virginia.  If the FBI actually bothered to look into local government corruption, because our corrupt Commonwealth’s Attorney is demonstrably not up to the task, they’d have a field day in this place.

A few are fighting back, like the citizens who run these blogs, Supervisor Peter Candland and a handful of county activists of different stripes.  Someday they’re going to be the ones that clean this place up.  That day of reckoning is coming regardless of who Melissa Peacor decides to target with official government harassment.  That harassment will probably only hasten the process, but that process is inevitable. 

UPDATE: In case you might have thought the school board has escaped scrutiny, it hasn’t.  Check out “Stop The Tidal Wave” and see if you can guess how long it will take for the school staff to set up it’s own list of enemy taxpayers to punish.

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  1. conflicts of interest said on 3 Aug 2013 at 9:32 pm:
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    Where is the evidence to back up both your claim and SON claim of a “blogger hitlist”?

  2. G Man said on 4 Aug 2013 at 7:28 am:
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    Me thinks the chiefs are looking for the leakers so they can eliminate them.

  3. Anonymous said on 4 Aug 2013 at 3:22 pm:
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    There have been people trying to have absolute control over Prince William and it’s citizens for over 10 years. I’m glad you decided to open our eyes.

  4. Anonymous said on 4 Aug 2013 at 3:32 pm:
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    Lets start the Fleets Enema with this guy. They all think they are above reproach. Sickening.

  5. Anonymous said on 4 Aug 2013 at 4:01 pm:
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    If you think he is bad, Terry McAuliffe doesn’t have a clue of what’s going on and he is running for Va. Governor.

  6. Cynic said on 4 Aug 2013 at 4:53 pm:
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    Before implementing this enema action, does there not have to be an Environmental Impact Study? Like where would all this waste be stored? Are there equipment and facilities in place to move this waste in a safe manner, etc.? And, might there be any other unintended consequences related to this enema action?

  7. Anonymous said on 4 Aug 2013 at 5:44 pm:
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    Thank you cynic for giving me a good laugh today. ha. Don’t forget the sewage and UOSA fees. ha good one

  8. Cynic said on 5 Aug 2013 at 8:18 am:
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    Anonymous, just doing my duty!

  9. Scout said on 6 Aug 2013 at 9:53 pm:
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    The so-called “Enemies List” when one follows Greg’s link, looks like something that another blogger created himself. I guess if one is trying to magnify one’s own importance, suggesting to gullible people that one is on an “enemies list” might make one stand a little taller.

  10. Anonymous said on 31 Aug 2013 at 4:10 pm:
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    Don’t forget to look very deeply into the sheriffs office, Hill is asleep at the wheel, and let’s the incompetent like Chief Fearnley run the place like his own private Gestapo.

  11. Benton said on 2 Sep 2013 at 10:09 am:
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    Well at least he’s a Republican. That makes it better.

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