I Will Not Be Silenced
I have noticed several statements in social media regarding the anonymity of this blog. I wish to respond with the following question – Has Mr. Cormier used his office to “get” people who don’t agree with him or with whom he has had his differences?.
Ask the 16 defendants in the 4 lawsuits that Mr. Cormier has continued to pursue and appealed, even after losing. They might say yes.
Ask Charles Ballay who has had to fight for nearly 2 years for a building the Parish government promised him before Mr. Cormier took office. He might say yes
Ask Mr. Bickford who had a fee dispute with lil Amos in the Sun Drilling case? He might say yes.
Over 200 years ago, a small pamphlet was released anonymously to the colonists advocating independence from England, It was called Common Sense. Some credit that small 49-page pamphlet as one of the driving forces that created our United States. It was written by Thomas Paine.
I have strived to detail and give you the reader the facts only. Countless hours of research and fact-checking have gone into what is reported on this blog. I have purposely stayed away from the name calling and personal attacks that often accompany a negative campaign. I am only interested in facts regarding the job performance of our current parish president,
I challenge anyone to call me out on anything that I have reported – as it relates to the truth, If you can find any fact that I have reported as not true, and have the evidence to back it up, send me an e-mail or post something on social media,, and I will be man enough to admit I was wrong and post a public apology to Mr. Cormier. However, I will not be silenced and will not be intimidated. I will only report the truth. It is my first amendment right. Thank you, Mr. Paine.