Clarification regarding override mailing
Posted Nov. 2, 2015 at 12:09 PM
A note to our readers:
It has come to our attention that a mailing was sent out to homes in Melrose with an image resembling the front page of the Melrose Free Press. The mailing, which was said to be paid for by the Yes For Melrose campaign, featured the following headline: "Breaking News Story: 'YES FOR MELROSE' ENDORSED BY MELROSE FREE PRESS."
The Free Press did endorse the Proposition 2 1/2 override proposal on this Tuesday's ballot, and we stand by that endorsement, but we would like to clarify that this mailing was not endorsed by the Free Press nor did we have any knowledge of it prior to it being mailed out to homes.
Village Voice is a full fledged, rubber nose, suspenders wearing clown. Who F*&$#! cares. You know some anti override nut job (perhaps the Village Voice) called the Free Press to harass them into making a "clarification". There is no difference between endorsing the ballot question in the paper or having it repeated by the "Yes" Committee. Who gives a sh*t whether the Free Press endorses a mailing...or whether they had any knowledge of it. That horse left the barn. Time to pull those suspenders up real high and act like a big boy or girl, Village Voice. The election is tomorrow. Don't miss the big clown rally on the front lawn of City Hall when the polls close.
"Clown Patrol" is getting more and more desperate as revealed by the more and more disgusting language and stupid metaphors.
Clown Patrol also obviously is too dumb to understand what constitutes copyright infringement. What a tool.
Thank you for the information Village Voice.
That mailer atempted to look like it came from the Free Press.
I'm glad The Free Press issued a disclaimer. Why kind of dummy would pretend to be the newspaper without considering all the consequences? Someone that I don't want influencing my tax dollars.