The gift that keeps on giving

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Read complete coverage of Eugene’s latest Big Adventure here.

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8 Responses to The gift that keeps on giving

  1. eileen says:

    When is his term up? This nightmare needs to end.

  2. Lori says:

    Hey David – check out wonkette.

  3. David says:

    Oh, nice. As embarrassing as this is short term, the cancer needs to be exposed.

    A contact told me last night that Mr. Delgaudio is bragging to Republicans that he has raised “thousands of dollars” from this. For those who don’t know, Mr. Delgaudio’s livelihood is earned via his position as “Executive Director” of a sort of sole proprietorship known as Public Advocate, USA. The only function of this little enterprise seems to be performing street theater type stunts on Capitol Hill (example: the “Man-Donkey Wedding”), and sending long fund-raising letters to lists of gullible, frightened old people (example: the Terri Schiavo list).

    This boast of raising money, and the admission that he was trying to get attention, shows that this County Supervisor gig is nothing more than a platform for increasing the revenue stream for the Delgaudio family business. This is why he has no interest in higher office. The people of Sterling are being played. I’m sorry.

  4. David says:

    For all the new folks, check out Mr. Delgaudio’s profile on our Know the Foe page, here and here.

  5. liz says:

    I wish the author of the Wonkette piece hadn’t called Delgaudio “retarded”. There is no reason to insult people with developmental and intellectual disabilities by lumping Eugene in with them.

    Eugene is an attention-seeking, angry, bigot. Those words describe him quite accurately and don’t insult or hurt other groups.

  6. Chek this out says:

    It’s no surprise he was on probation for photographing underage girls in a hotel room:

  7. David says:

    Chek this out: Actually, that was his brother, Richard Delgaudio.

    Liz: I agree, that was gratuitous and unnecessary.

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