If you are a parent, you know you can’t always get your children to do something you request. So we may have some sympathy for that. But, that’s where the sympathy ends.
Check out this post from The Frederick Extra. Bryan Chaney, candidate for city alderman, forged his daughter’s name on an application for an absentee ballot.
He claims he didn’t realize he made a mistake. We here at the Yokel claim BS.
There are a few options here about how to categorize his behavior.
1. He really did not know that he couldn’t just sign her name.
2. He knew he couldn’t, but he did it anyway.
3. He purposefully did it.
Are any of these good reasons? Nope!
1. If he didn’t know this was wrong, how could he possibly be a good candidate for office?
2. If he knew it was wrong and did it anyway, how could he possibly be a good candidate for office?
3. HOW COULD HE BE A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR OFFICE?
BONUS ROUND: If Councilman Billy Shreve thinks he’s a good candidate for office, how could he possibly be a good candidate for office?
He cannot possibly be a good candidate for office for reasons such as he expects us to believe that there are no printers or scanners at West Virginia University, according to his “brilliant” social media video.
As we tell our children, if we can’t trust your actions on the small stuff (knowing forgery is wrong is pretty basic), how can we trust you on the big stuff?
Oh, and that distraction about it would have been ok for him to sign if he had filled out the paperwork if he were her agent, but he can’t be her agent because he is a candidate, blah, blah, blah, why is this so hard?? Again, if you can’t figure this stuff out, are you seriously going to be a good alderman?
We are just asking the question. You can answer it by how you cast your vote.
3 thoughts on “Idiot alert, or worse? You be the judge.”
Shreve is obviously referering to BC, the 21st Century B.C.
Dude, she’s just not that’s into you
How much does Bryan Chaney want to bet there isn’t a scanner or a fax machine at WVU? Apparently his political career.
I guess there’s that voter fraud republicans keep telling us about
My read on this is he’s a dim bulb that, when confronted with his stupidity, thinks the rules don’t apply to him. Whine, whine, whine.
It’s not rocket science. You don’t sign someone else’s signature, unless it’s on a birthday card for someone your wife hates.
This guy is not fit to hold any position in public service! How you treat others in life tends to come back to you eventually. His true colors are finally exposed in the public eye!
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