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Breaking News: Craig Gutchell to Serve Full Term
Thursday, December 27, 2007
Well I finally had my much anticipated first-ever BurlingtonPol VDB-style "sit-down" this morning with first-term Republican city councilor Paul Decelles from my home ward of Seven. I haven't transcribed it yet and I can't read most of my own notes, so I'll have to just make it up like a real journalist would.

Here's one little sneak preview that I'm not making up, however. Paul Decelles told me that Craig Gutchell is now definitely planning on serving out the term he was elected to, but may not run for re-election in 2009. Jeez, I might be ready to run myself by then. Running for office is a lot of fun.

More when it's written and vetted...

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Benazir Bhutto 1953-2007

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Recurring Nightmares of Childhood
For several years of my childhood roughly between the ages of three and six I was haunted by three recurring nightmares.

In one I was falling from a rocky cliff about 500 feet high and I'd wake up just before hitting jagged rocks at the bottom.

In another dream I was walking through a dark creepy place like a warehouse or a large basement. I was usually with my pre-school teachers and we were trying to avoid some vague evil, but we were scared and groping around in near pitch darkness. Then suddenly out of nowhere a hideous pale white creature with ragged extremities and horns shot out from the ground straight at us at a forty-five degree angle. That's usually when I would wake in a panic.

The third dream that came to me over and over again when I was a small boy was the worst of all. In it, I'd be going about my business and suddenly remember that I was the owner of a large animal menagerie wagon. Picture the train-car looking thing with cages on a box of animal crackers and you get the idea. I would realize that I haven't fed my animals in the longest time and I would race to the wagon to find them all starved dead, or mostly dead. Horrible.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 12:40 AM   1 comments
Philip Baruth Differentiates Bill Simmon
Monday, December 24, 2007
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 12:08 AM   1 comments
Breaking News: Barb Perry Becoming a Democrat
Saturday, December 22, 2007
Barbara Perry has been representing Ward Six on the city council as an Independent for at least a dozen years. Now she'll be running for re-election as a Democrat and caucusing with the Democrats if she wins.

This post does not meet the bar for journalistic due diligence, but gossip is still protected speech. Disclaimer

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Remote Control Pager and The Light Bulb
Thursday, December 20, 2007
Cumulatively, the number of hours Americans waste looking for their remote controls probably amounts to many lifetimes per year. What I don't understand is why the hell there isn't a pager button on the TV itself that makes the remote control beep. Cordless phones have it. Why don't remotes?! It seems so obvious. Patent Pending.

And what's this I hear about incandescent light bulbs becoming illegal? Is it me, or is the earth melting under our feet? I love light bulbs. You know how old people always talk listlessly about the way things were? The good old things you just can't buy any more? I think the pace of change in the last 30 years has turned me into one of these melancholy old folks at the age of 34. That's exactly what my recent posts about Mind Games and The Seventies were about. In a couple of years I won't fit into this modern world at all any more.

The small tribes of South America who have lived the same way for a thousand years have really got it over on us. We could only dream of living in such an environmentally friendly way, and they don't have to go from DOS to Windows to Windows 95 to Windows 98 to Windows XP to Windows Vista to Windows just kill yourself already, you're a tool locked in a system that will destroy you eventually anyway. You know? Just spear some wild boar and let the women skin and gut it. Eat and dance around a fire. Look at the stars. Perfect. We're not better than them. We're worse. Much, much, worse.

Now where's my remote?
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 10:40 PM   11 comments
Mayor Comments, Gutchell May Step Down
Tuesday, December 18, 2007
Well, BurlingtonPol garnered it's first official comment from a former mayor of Burlington today. Thank you Mayor Peter Brownell for your kind words regarding Jo LaMarche, and for your willingness to take a stand and admit you read this silly blog. Good for you!

And in other news, word on the street is that freshman city councilor Craig Gutchell (R-Ward 7) may step down after serving only one year of his term, setting up a special election to fill the vacancy when we go to the polls in March. I haven't talked to councilor Gutchell about this yet, so I won't speculate about his reasons if it's is true. Poopsie was disappointed when I told her. She likes him and voted for him. I voted for Ellie, but I like Gutchell too. Props to him for getting so pissed about Brendan Keleher taking that extra pension. That wasn't right.

So who's gonna fill Craig's seat if he steps down? Linda Deladuka? Ellie Blais? Alan Sousie? You guys thinking about it? Anybody else? Jeremy Ryan? The vaccuum created last year when Ian Carlton left his Ward 1 seat lead to a 3-way race, while the regularly scheduled Ward 1 election went uncontested. Funny thing, huh? The Dems took that special election, and are looking to field a strong batch of candidates in much of the city this year. The Progs might lose a seat or two this cycle.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 11:42 PM   0 comments
Is Jonathan Leopold Screwing Things Up?
Maybe. Take a look at what John Briggs wrote in today's Free Press coverage of Jo LaMarche's departure...

Her decision, after 22 years in the clerk-treasurer's office, and 27 years in total working for the city, led to speculation from some councilors that morale in that office has plummeted under the leadership of Chief Administrative Officer Jonathan Leopold.

Leopold said Friday that no councilor had spoken to him about LaMarche's resignation, or that in mid-November of Cathy Jones, who left as assistant chief administrative officer for finance after less than four months on the job. He said rumors about morale problems in his office were "ill-informed and unfounded."

"Ill informed and unfounded" Jonathan? Then why are there such rumors? I've heard the same thing from multiple sources.

Leopold has done a good job restructuring the city's retirement accounts and balancing the budget, but from what I hear, he may be playing the "bad cop" to the mayor's "good cop" in running the city. City employees feel like Leopold doesn't respect them.

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Open Phones
Friday, December 14, 2007
You got anything to say? You can call in to the Haik Bedrosian Radio Program Saturday mornings from 9-10am on 105.9 FM The Radiator in Burlington. Or you can leave a comment.

I'll start. The CIA destroyed some videos of them waterboarding a person. What about the tapes they didn't destroy?

Over 100 million dollars has been stolen or is unaccounted for in Iraq. How much over 100 million? Three hundred billion over.

The number of elderly people living alone in large suburban houses is staggering. People in their eighties are still driving out of pure necessity. Is the dream of suburbia becoming a nightmare?

Bill Clinton endorsed Joe Biden on the Charlie Rose Show tonight calling him "absolutely" ready to be president.

The Force is strong with the one who takes from Aykroyd and gives to Belushi. Who am I talking about?

Ok, if you have any thoughts about any of these topics, or anything else, give us a call here at the studio and I'll put you on the air live.

Thanks for reading BurlingtonPol.com. Visit often.
posted by Haik Bedrosian @ 11:11 PM   8 comments
Breaking News: Jo LaMarche to Retire January 11
Thursday, December 13, 2007
Well I just got off the phone with Jo LaMarche over at city Hall. "I'm definitely leaving." said LaMarche, 50. "Twenty-two years is a long time. Twenty-two in this capacity and twenty-seven overall with the city of Burlington."

LaMarche's first job with the city was as a police dispatcher back in the spring of 1981, the same time Bernie Sanders first became mayor. She recalls the first time she saw Sanders he was riding around with some police. "Who is that?" she remembers asking herself.

In 1989 LaMarche became the assistant city clerk. In 1993 she was poised to ascend to become Burlington's first woman clerk, when the upset mayoral victory of Republican Peter Brownell put those plans on hold. The first woman Clerk would be Ruth Stokes, appointed by Brownell in 1993. When Peter Clavelle returned to the mayor's office in 1995 he brought with him a restructuring plan that would make Brendan Keleher, not Jo LaMarche hold the official title of "clerk-treasurer."

Jo LaMarche turned in her resignation Wednesday. She does have another job to go to but won't say where just yet. Her last day with the city will be January 11 ,2008. She will be missed.

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City Clerk Jo LaMarche May Retire
Say it ain't so. The city can live without Brendan Keleher. It can take or leave Peter Clavelle. There's even life after Joe McNeil.

But what the hell will we do without Jo LaMarshe? You can't go, Jo... All the plants will die!

Also known as "Director of Elections and Records at City Hall," City Clerk Jo Lamarsh has worked tirelessly for many years making sure the mechanics of city government function smoothly. She runs the clockwork of elections, city council meetings, vital records and much much more with accuracy, percision and grace.

Bob Kiss should tell Jon Leopold to offer Jo LaMarshe a big raise and a new title if she'll stay. Otherwise all the papers are going to get lost and nobody will ever know for sure who wins the darned elections. If LaMarshe quits it will be the most damaging thing that has ever happened to the Kiss administration.

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VT Man Kills Rabid Bobcat with Machete
Sunday, December 09, 2007
Yeah. This sort of thing happens to me every week. (Thanks to Chuck Norris and senator Webb of Virginia for the tip.) Note to Sera Congi freaks: She's in this video.
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Dreams of the Farm
Friday, December 07, 2007
My Grandfather is on the left and my Grandmother is on the right. The three boys are my mother's brothers. My mother took this picture in the late 1940s, down on the farm in Sudbury, Rutland County. Click the photograph for higher resolution.
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Minor Heresies and The Radiator II
Wednesday, December 05, 2007
I can't say enough about this blog Minor Heresies. It's so damned smart!

And OMG! I've got a call-in talk radio show on low-power FM radio 105.9 WOMM-LP The Radiator this Saturday from 9-10am. Call-in! Just don't ask me what the phone number is. I'll have to get back to you on that.

But talk about living the dream! A 100 watt FM Station transmitting from the heart of downtown! This is Burlington's radio station. We're transmitting in MONO! You have to love it. It's legitimate pirate radio. It's Burlington Telecom 70s Style! And I've got a chance to be DJ Mister Señor Love Daddy and Barry Champlain in one!

It should be fun. I'll talk about local politics of course, as well as national and international issues of course- callers can be nutty, but they can't curse or make threats.

Remember that's this Saturday from 9 to 10 am on 105.9 FM. I don't think the station is podcasting yet, so you'll have to actually be in Burlington to hear it.

If the first show goes well, you'll probably read me blogging about The Radiator an annoying amount. I've had dreams of being at Doughboy's Diner on Pearl Street in the middle of the night that felt just like this. Really really cool and good, that is.
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Link Graveyard
Tuesday, December 04, 2007

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Clinton vs. Romney V
Sunday, December 02, 2007
The other candidates are just conversation.

Hillary Clinton and Mitt Romney continue steamrolling toward their inevitable party nominations.

Last week Clinton had a made for TV hostage crisis in New Hampshire, while the Giuliani campaign continued to implode, clearing the way for Romney.

Could it be more obvious? I know a lot of you like Obama or Paul. My mom loves Biden, God bless her- but Clinton and Romney are your choices people.

The Trash Heap has spoken. Nah!
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