Anyway I was not going to say anything about Stan Rosenberg and his problems on the home front showing up at his job. Nope. No sireee. Everyone else is doing it. Low hanging fruit. Amateur hour.
That was until I read today’s Herald and see that Stan The Man With The Plan was “taken aback” because the media wrote that his controversial fiancé famous for telling state senators he is a power broker is considering a run for an open senate seat.
When asked whether he thinks his sexuality is the reason for the spotlight on his personal life, he replied, simply, “Yes.”
“I think just it’s offensive to focus so much on an individual’s personal life when it has nothing to do with my performance every day on the job … I really wish I didn’t have to weather that kind of personal nonsense.”
Stan’s fiancé has never run for office and has no connection with the district. Funny how he’s never considered running for state rep. or city council or selectman, or dogcatcher. Nope, not for him.
It’s sad to watch. Stan is clueless so he plays the gay card. F You Stan. Using civil rights as an excuse for your short comings.
You are a bigger joke than Bob Kraft and his young blonde plaything. You do know that, right?
Hey, did you hear that Bob Kraft’s girlfriend was going to try out for the Patriots but decided not to? No. You didn’t?
Yeah, it got a lot of press. People laughed and made fun of her and the old man. Then Kraft came out swinging and said there was nothing wrong with what she wanted to do and anti-Semitism stoked the story.
That’s what you did Stan.
Anyway, this is the same Senate Prez who lasted one term as Ways and Means chair 20 years ago. By all accounts he never learned why. Nice guy but his term so far has been a disaster and the fault lays squarely with him.
But the Globe being the Globe writes a ridiculous editorial the other day saying Stan is the hero and Bob DeLeo should do whatever Stan wants.
Stan came into the job wanting to show off his big guns, He thought he could change laws and take power away from the house and give it to the senate.
That shows he is mentally challenged. You see people, math is very important in passing laws. You have to count and add. Stan had 40 out 40 votes in the Senate for his proposed law while the House had 162 against.
His proposal went nowhee. Who da thunk?
Time for Stan to go. He is regressive not progressive. And blaming the woes caused by his uncontrollable young boyfriend constantly attempting to insert himself in the Senate on homophobes should be cause for censure by credible gay organizations.
Stan, your personal life is hurting the institution. It’s happened before. Speaker McGee watched as his girlfriend/secretary destroyed the House.
Keep on doin’ what you’re doin’ Stan. It’s great entertainment.