Sunday, June 2, 2013

Continued desperation in politics

Another funny mailer just made it's way to the house.In it, Joe May's desperate campaign just launched another lie. This time, they've insinuated that Dave Larock has been sued for fraud.

The truth is that LaRock and his wife sold a house...their own house... to a poor chap and his desperate quest to flip an already well-equipped home for a profit. This occurred at about the top of the housing market, but probably RIGHT AT THE TURN in the market.

When he purchased the house, he was cash poor, so the LaRocks bent over backwards to try to help him afford the house. In the end, God only knows what financing tricks this fellow  enlisted to afford the house. Then a tumbling market left him upside down.
His solution? Hit LaRock for insufficient electrical/workmanship quality and the likes.
And remember, that this is the house that LaRock personally lived in...not one of his builds, but the one he would move his family into. That was reason enough to look at the slub who bought at it with a microscope.
Now he blames the LaRock family. For his own creation. Go figure.

I have also been made aware that Joe May's campaign is crying foul and claims that Larock is slinging mud. Nothing could be further from the truth. Joe May has an abysmal record of service, and pointing it out is completely within the foul lines. Anyone could find the same record with a quick search of the official record of his votes. He hikes taxes like a madman, he isn't keen on pro-life issues, and he doesn't exactly like gunowners rights, either. All of this is proven stuff, the letter of his past votes.

I also recieved two more pieces of mail today that are independent of Dave Larock's campaign. A pro-life group sent out a list of questions to both candidates. Only Larock answered the questions.

Alist of tax questions went out from a liberty organization to both candidates. Only Dave Larock answered that one.

Don't be fooled by the outright lies and attacks on the character of Dave Larock. Send Joe May packing on June 11th.

But do not be surprised when he runs as an Independent, either.


Anonymous said...

I do have to ask, where you get your information and how do you draw your conclusions?

If someone wanted to flip a house and got caught in a declining market, suing the builder to repair poor workmanship and code violations only accomplishes one thing. It gets the house fixed.

I was involved in the inspections for the house in question. Dozens of building code violations were found in that house that Mr. LaRock built and as you pointed out lived in. The homeowner just wanted his home fixed and brought up to building code. Would not you want the same?

The Bulletproof Monk said...

If you are unaqainted with me, I AM A HOMEBUILDER. Still want to go around this? There were no bad or faulty issues, there was only a sinking debt ship and Joe May only puts the charge out there. What he didn't share in his mailer is that there were no grounds and the case was ultimately won by Mr. Larock.

The Bulletproof Monk said...

Secondly, isn't it amazing that the inspector finds my little 'ol blog. Ain't internet anonimity the greatest thing EVER???