LETTER: Spicer is the Lesser of Two Evils

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FRAMINGHAM – Concerning the mayoral race between two people of faith Spicer and Sisitsky, while I really dislike Spicer, she is by far, the lesser of two evils. 

This is always the only choice we are given in Framingham.  The lesser of two evils.  The greater evil wants significantly higher taxes.  Note Sisitsky stays away from certain words like taxes.  He prefers that the city enhance its revenues.  In his mayoral playbook, the word override is in very large flashing text, while the word underride does not exist. Ask him!

Meanwhile, Spicer was lambasted by her oponents of trimming the school budget.  Take note that during the pandemic, I did not see any layoffs from the schools.  Every single employee was fully paid, including the janitors, coaches, nurses, librarians, cafeteria workers, therapists, psychologists, directors, vice-principals, principals, blah, blah. Oh! Did I forget the large army of teachers and subs? Meanwhile no school employees had to contend with any nasty commute
in snow to their school when the Framingham school system went online and stopped using its physical buildings.  I wonder how many bus drivers and school crossing guards were paid?


Meanwhile, the MCAS scores dropped by over twenty (20%) percent. Did we get any apologies from the FTA Framingham Teachers Association (Union)?.

I think we are entitled to a significant refund from Adam Freudberg, Jack Lewis, and of course the FTA, Christine Mulroney.

On another note, I cannot thank Jack Lewis enough on his tireless work on getting the Commonwealth of Massachusetts it’s very own dinosaur. Given that he is a Trinitarian minister teaching Unitarian concepts, I suspect that when he watches the Flintstones, he’s watching
a documentary.

If Freudberg, Lewis and Spicer expect to be reelected, they have to cater to the FTA simply because the FTA is the largest well defined voting block in Framingham, followed by the
police and fire unions.  Union (association) dues are the monies that greases Framingham politics and allow those addicted to power to retain it.

Harold J. Wolfe
65 Delmar Avenue
Framingham


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