The following is an open letter to Volusia County Council Chairman, Jason Davis.
When I was helping to elect you to the Chairmanship of the Volusia County Council in 2012, I received a phone call from you just about every day. Now, it is hard to obtain a return call from you. However, I do understand that you are a busy man and having more than your share of grief from some members of the Volusia County Council.
I hope that you are reading my website, Sanityandsense.com. It has a very large number of readers in Central Florida and throughout the U.S. Hopefully, you may have noticed that I plan to campaign against Pac-Man Patterson and Pac-Woman Northey in the 2014 election.
While reading the newspapers, I noticed that Council Member Deborah Denys does not seem to understand that you have the right of free speech. I find it almost incomprehensible that Ms. Denys has asked the county staff to obtain a transcript of your statements while visiting citizens in Volusia County.
It has been quite apparent to me for some time that Ms. Denys is not the sharpest knife in the drawer. I respectfully suggest that you lend Ms. Denys a copy of the U.S. Constitution that you carry with you. Since it is quite apparent that Ms. Denys is rather slow of intellect, I would also respectfully suggest that you underline the First Amendment so Ms. Denys can begin to develop a concept of responsible free speech. I believe that there is about a 50% chance that Ms. Denys could understand this concept.
Also, I find it interesting that some slow witted politicians are often very likeable. For example, I found Ms. Pat Northey to be very likeable and friendly when I had coffee with her in the past. It is really too bad that she lacks a functioning brain and has no qualms about using the Murphey Act to violate the rights of law abiding and honest taxpaying citizens of Volusia County.
Unlike Pac-Woman Northey, Deborah Denys was one of the extremely few politicians that I immediately disliked when I met her at a school board meeting some years ago. Ms. Denys, in my view, is a vile, crude, reprehensible, meanspirited, and vulgar woman without any redeeming political values.
Even the BEACON newspaper seems to believe that Ms. Denys’ attempt to remove you from the Canvassing Board in unwise and probably in violation of county laws. The Canvassing Board is nothing more than a group of elected officials who observe and assist the Supervisor of Elections in the counting of election votes. This allows our residents to have some belief that the votes are counted correctly. Now I wonder why Ms. Denys fears you on the Canvassing Board? Could it be that Ms. Denys hopes that you and other honest elected officials should be replaced with Pac-Man Patterson and Pac-Woman Northey on the Canvassing Board? Would Ms. Denys like to take the unopened ballots home with her and count them herself and then announce the winner?
I would like to remind you Jason that I have been an amateur herpetologist for more than fifty years. I have handled both non poisonous and poisonous snakes. Also, the state of Florida issued a venomous reptile certificate to me. Keeping these facts in mind, I would like you to call me. I believe that my work with poisonous snakes would help you deal with Deborah Denys.
Most respectfully, R. Van Conoley 6March2014
( PS : I am very pleased to see that you and Joyce Cusack continue to protect the freedoms and liberty granted to all U.S. Citizens by the Constitution. I hope that you and Joyce keep up the good work even though you come from differing political parties. )