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Yesterday we published this blog about State Senate President Harriette Chandler appearing to park illegally in a handicapped spot in Auburn.
And according to Mass General Laws she should be subject to a $500 fine and a 30 day loss of her license:
So does the law apply to her, or is she above the law that she helped write? Will the Auburn Police hold her accountable, or does she get a free pass because she’s the President of the Senate? She’s well aware of the blog right now as people have been tweeting at her all day about it. Yet she has not addressed it, likely because she believes she can get away with this. Because who would ever hold her accountable? Of course it helps when you’re buddy-buddy with the woman in charge of enforcing law and order in Massachusetts:
God these people make me sick. Their arrogance is the most disgusting part about them. They know that they can get away with anything because they run the show.
The real question, as always, is when will the Boston Herald do their job and report on this? She’s kind of a big deal, and she just replaced an incredibly corrupt politician in Stan Rosenberg. How is replacing corruption with more corruption reform? We know the Globe and the Turtlegram and Gazette won’t cover it because it doesn’t fit their agenda and they don’t want to publicly admit that they read Turtleboy. But the Herald is supposed to be the renegade newspaper. Haven’t heard from Michael Graham or Adianna Cohen about this but I’d sure love to. Seems like she should be held responsible for her crimes. But that’s just me.