The first thing I want to say is that it is dawn outside of Monday morning. If you go back and read the original email from Emma you will see that the meeting to eject M. Meo from the Party for the crime of referring to himself in the third person was at that time, I think it was Friday night, was set to take place Sunday night.
So I am now writing the second third of my defense against a charge whose initiator I have not been told [but who in point of fact is Seth Woolley]
to a State Co-ordinating Committee which does not approve of my blog and is little inclined to read it except to take a word out of context and condemn it
and which not only will not read this defense before deciding to eject me
but cannot since they probably have already, at this point in time, done so.
Well folks theres always something happening here at the busy headquarters of the Cascadia Chapter of the Pacific Green Party of Oregon
(note: Not Steve Entwhistle)
and we have just now received word
of yet one more friend who
as a fact
without need of further
verification. . .
His name is M. Sonnleitner
I assume not that you in fact need counseling — though I do hope, as the thoughtful person you are, that you reflect carefully upon the concerns raised about you behavior by many who care about you — including myself. I have sought counseling in the past, which has been helpful to that process of reflection.
Sent from my iPhone
Let us begin commentary on this unsolicited email with the observation that Sonnleitner is not his name.
That is, in the culture in which the writer of this missive lives
being proud of your name
is a no-no
so M. Sonnleitner has some made up meaningless thing for
You can see that the large, overweight, flabby
with a new stressful position on a community-college board
which keeps him busy 24 hours a day
far into the future until he keels over
from too much
he might have difficulty
persuading a 180-lb., six-foot adult male
seventy years old
and still easily able to outrun the
pampered Portland Police
because I survived twenty years in Oakland
and lived to tell the tale
and if you think thats easy
You Try It.
You do realize that under the circumstances
your admission that
you needed counseling
in order to bring the mess of your life
into some sort of order
contradicts your suggestion
that I need it.
Or lets say it tends to put the suggestion into the ‘less credible’
Ah but I do run on, Mr sonnleitner
talking about pride in your masculinity
and your family name
while you want
peace at any cost.
Oh and by the way
when’s that second state convention happening?
You could be a dear, do you think
and contact some of your
Friends in the Party
perhaps those at a national level
and tell them whats happening
It’d sound more convincing comeing
from a fat man.
You know how those