A bad memory makes for an even worse governor
Big City media is trying to pick your next Governor for you
To this day Christy's buys all of its Gas and Diesel from our long-term provider Noonan Brothers.
This is a business disagreement which happens each and every day.
Yet, when one can not be found, the courts are the only place to take these. This issue has absolutely nothing to do with the political campaign.
In the political process of a Governor's race, people will try to leverage this type of situation to go negative on a candidate. That's part of the ugliness of a political fight.
I can say that in my 40 years as a full-timer, officer and owner of both Christy's Market, INC, and Christy's of Cape Cod, LLC this is the first time an issue like this has ever gone to Court. Yet, you can't back down on these issues because of a concern that a reporter may write a story that is not a positive story.
Sneak attacks will backfire
As far as the stories that we did not pay former consultants to the Campaign, that is just not true.
All were paid. We have offered the Boston Globe reporter, 1099s, cancelled checks, resignation e-mails, and a trail of e-mails to disclose all the facts.
There are still great newspapers like the Standard-Times which try to set the record straight, see the sidebar on right.
We even met with the reporter and gave him all the documentation to prove the allegations false. To this day, the facts have not been printed.
Coy ploy used by bad reporters
The questions to these issues come mostly on Friday afternoons between the hours of 4 PM and 5:30. the stories had already been written.
We had asked for a delay to get the facts, and documents to the reporter and no time was afforded to get the information to the reporter. no chance to get our side of the story out.
Casey Ross of the Globe is now writing on the campaign.
We have given Casey all the information that we gave to the former reporter. we'll see if he prints the facts.