Tuesday, 21 December 2004
WARD WATCH: Connerly gives a computer through the Detroit News Helping Hands project
Yup, we're watching Ward's moves -- big and small. I think it’s interesting that he participated in this charitable program in Michigan, reported by The Detroit News. I wonder if it has anything to do with the fact that his salary has been all over the news and he wants to appear to be a giving fellow…or that Michigan is the state he will soon be courting. Don’t get me wrong, I think that the act was quite commendable. He came to the aid of someone who really needed help. I just hope that he doesn’t have ulterior motives. Your favorite conspiracy theorist signing off…
Gutierrez received a call from a woman who donated two turkeys. She also got a call from Ward Connerly, founder of the American Civil Rights Institute. Connerly had read the story and wanted to outfit Vashon Gutierrez with a computer. "We are getting him a computer and all the accoutrements that go with it," said Connerly, 65, of Sacramento, Calif.