BOE calls special meeting...
...to discuss AG's opinion on Hansen's eligibility to be in office. Thursday the 21st at 9:30am, Sunny Isles.
Right on! Everybody wear yellow!
Thursday the 22nd. The newspapers will be given the recall petition, to recall Rupert Ross, on Wednesday the 21st. Let's see if they print anything...
would be a nice xmas gift ...no hansen
How disgusting is this???
Hansen said she opposed connecting to Puerto Rico's grid because she believes Puerto Rico would break the contract and turn off V.I. power.
"That is how Puerto Ricans fight: by whatever means necessary," Hansen said. "I don't believe we should give the people of Puerto Rico the power to turn the switch off. And no National Guard gonna stop them because they are Puerto Ricans too."
Why even bother quoting Chucky? She's been a loud-mouthed asinine twit for years now. What's preposterous is that she even got re-elected in the first place. If those who are eligible to vote registered to vote and voted, much of this nonsense would stop being perpetuated.
@ jbati. I was amazed when I read that in the Source this morning too. If her mouth wasn't so big, might she be less compelled to stick her foot in it???
Any enlightened person would understand that it is more than an election that got Hansen into the senate. Try "selection" vs election. Wait and see how the audit turns out... all the People considered to be conspiracy theorists will be vindicated...
sounds like she is culturally challenged
The AG's opinion was just released to the public. It is his opinion that the decision to allow or disallow Hansen is the legislatures responsibility. Man, are we screwed!!!
Same old, same old, I want the power but notvthe accountability. Kick de ball down de hill.
It is very unusual for the judicial branch to rule on the eligibility of a member of the legislative branch, no matter where.
The way I see it, the judicial did not rule on this matter, they only tossed the hot potato back!
Chucky thinks they "ruled", but she is wrong.
I am looking for the 1974 Case whereby it was ruled by Judge Hodge that a probationer can not be permitted to vote while serving out sentence. Funny, the more the BOE stalls, the more time that is afforded to research.