Crazy Daisy At It Again

24019487.jpgSo Daisy Lynum’s son gets pulled over for having a light on his vehicle burned out (a violation I can attest even “some white boy” would get pulled over for) and she throws the race card for the umpteenth time. Maybe, oh just Maybe, Daisy your son was driving around with a traffic violation? Are you suggesting that because he is black he should not follow the law? Of course not, THAT would be racist. Are you suggesting that he not be held accountable because he is the son of a local politician? Of course not, THAT would be nepotism. So then how do you explain your calling the officer’s superiors to try and get your son out of a legal traffic stop? Why, it’s not YOU being racist or practicing nepotism, it’s the police department being racist. Ah… I see… Actually, Daisy, all that makes you at best is a hypocrite, and at worst (and most likely so) a racist nepotist yourself.

This isn’t the first time Daisy has done and said things that should most likely get her tossed from public service, and it surely won’t be the last until voters in her district replace her with someone who will represent them with respect and sanity.

1 Comment so far

  1. FryGuy (unregistered) on June 21st, 2006 @ 7:01 pm

    Damn, you got to the story first.

    Totally agree with you though, throwing in the race card in this instance was more inappropriate than it normally is.

    Rumor has it that he called her before he knew that the cop pulled him over for a legal traffic violation. I find this hard to believe considering cops are kind of jumpy these days and if he went for his phone while in the middle of a traffic stop this may have turned out a little different.

    Regardless of who is is, he should not get preferential treatment and she knows it. That is why she played her “wild” card, to try and smokescreen the fact that she attempted to get her son off completely free just because of his relation.

    All in all, bad show by Lynum and a another bad example of our bumbling local politicians.

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