Sunday, October 31, 2010
Vermont's Democratic candidate for the office of Governor, Peter Shumlin, joined by Steve Howard, Alice Nitka and Peter Welch and many others, met today with citizens of Springfield, Vermont, at what turned out to be a perfect, crisp Fall day on the grassy verge of Comptu Cascade Park. The backdrop included the silent factories, quietly brooding among ever more naked old trees, almost floating, lost in the bright late afternoon glare (like the ghosts of jobs offshored long ago), sitting there empty on the opposite shore of the now wild and raging Black River.
This close to the election day, Peter Shumlin took the time to mention the bald depravity of some parties in sending jobs offshore for decades, all the while claiming to create jobs.
And Mr. Shumlin touched on another fundamental point for voters to consider on the Second of November, that something as basic and important and traditional as the direct vote, the Direct Vote, that the direct vote is under assault, and that it is very important not to enable bad behavior by other parties who would eliminate, eliminate, the direct vote. That, dear reader, would be a tragic marker in the decline and passing of the Middle Class.
Please exercise your right to vote.
Peter Shumlin is scheduled, rain or shine, to visit Springfield Vermont today. He will speak at Comptu Cascade Park overlooking the mighty Black River, on Main Street, across the street from Springfield Vermont's Democratic HQ.
Posted by Edward Huse at 7:44 AM
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Saturday, October 30, 2010
Just what we need here in Springfield Vermont, a Pleasant Valley Brewery of our own with great artists like Sunny Lowdown ...
Thursday, October 28, 2010
- and www.springfieldvermont.org will be out and about taking photographic proof of witches, goblens and ghosts, for posting here subsequently.
- by all means, send a jpg of your own sitings if you like for possible posting as well.
- Have fun!
Posted by Edward Huse at 10:57 AM
Monday, October 25, 2010
more boxing pics from Springfield Vermont's Springfield Boxing Club are on the way, here is one now ...
Sunday, October 24, 2010
Springfield Vermont was treated to a rousing spectacle last night that would have gotten the crowd to their feet in any arena, a timeless display. Spectators and boxing clubs came from far and wide to attend the twice yearly event sponsored by Springfield Vermont's own Springfield Boxing Club, at the Riverside Middle School - a good time was had by all. More pictures will follow in the coming days ...
Saturday, October 23, 2010
If they are shutting down the Fountain, then the Summer must truly be over with! Springfield Vermont's handsome little fountain receives the attention it deserves ...
Posted by Edward Huse at 7:47 AM
Thursday, October 21, 2010
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Saturday, October 16, 2010
Thursday, October 7, 2010
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