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Stan Meckler: Boardman off base about Tea Party

There he goes again. Once again George Boardman takes an unnecessary attack on the Nevada County Tea Party with an outrageous statement, “If members of the Nevada County Tea Party are going to promote the Constitution to school kids, they should at least learn how to spell the word”.

Mr. Boardman’s arrogant attitude permeates all of his writings. He obviously thinks he is smarter than all The Union’s readers. Has he ever been to a Tea Party meeting? Has he ever sat down with any of their leaders? Of course not. This is not his first unsubstantiated attack against this group. Mr. Boardman needs to get out of his ivory tower and get down here with us common folks and discuss reality, not his fantasies

Stan Meckler, who lives in Grass Valley, is a member of The Union Editorial Board. His opinion is his own and does not reflect the viewpoint of The Union or its editorial board.


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