Finger-pointing

The Vermont Democrats just put out this video attacking Gov. Jim Douglas for allegedly using the Brooke Bennett tragedy to boost his reelection campaign.

I’m sure the Douglas team disagrees, but we’re at a point now in the debate where both sides are claiming higher ground and suggesting that the other side is playing dirty.

And, yes, that is Vermont Press Bureau Chief Louis Porter who asked the now-famous question, "I hate to keep harping on this, but …" when questioning Douglas about Jessica’s Law and the Bennett case. It was the same press conference from a few weeks back when Douglas first floated the idea of holding a special legislative session.

-Dan Barlow

2 Responses to Finger-pointing

  1. If both sides are claiming “higher ground” I have news for them. No One looks good in the wake of this mess. Vermont has a lot of work to do to protect its children and avoid being a prime destination for child predators. We should start with recalling some of these ridiculously incompetent judges. Then dump the incumbent politicians who favor the defense attorney lobby. Sears, Lippert, etc….

  2. point out some one is one kind of mistake . Government also provided some rules according this mistake.This is regarding like a story of Douglas team disagrees. but we’re at a point now in the debate where both sides are claiming higher ground and suggesting that the other side is playing dirty.
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