The latest is that our Fitchburger will pay for "airplane banners, radio ads and similar strategies" to convince the public to recall the four Supreme Judicial Court judges who ruled same-sex marriage legal here. He also expects to convince the judges to resign now, in a panic that they will lose their big pensions if they don't yield to his will.
Yeah, that'll work.
If you are not aware, MassNews regularly runs paranoid pieces on the evils of the owners and editors of the New York Times and Boston Globe. In fact, its recent piece on Goguen quotes him as, "The Boston Globe will no longer be able to censor us. We will get our message out to the citizens."
Also, if you have time and the stomach, browse the site. There are numerous articles claiming to know the thoughts and feelings of Judge Margaret Marshall, the Times' owners and others. The blending of buckets of fantasy and emotion with snippets of fact is astonishing.
The Goguen piece is part of the larger, long-running claim that the judges will be ousted next week. For a flavor, consider the site banner, reading:
The promise from Speaker DiMasi to permit a vote on firing the four SJC judges who illegally imposed homosexual "marriage" on this state will take place before Oct. 14, 2005, according to the Speaker, who has promised to hold a fair vote with adequate notice to all. Citizens are urged to start calling their state Representative and Senator immediately.
Let's check back in nine days and see how they spin it.