What's going on, Albuquerque?
love that Ruthie! great week, Lita.
"if your dead..." Really? The writers are embarrassing KRQE...
OBTS, also note that the article describes Manny Aragon as "one of New Nexico's most corrupt politicians."
The quality on display at the online hubs for all the local TV stations makes me think they would probably be better served by avoiding the written word altogether, or hiring an actual print journalist or two...
"His names is on the library at Lowell Elementary School, and he in prison for helping siphon millions of dollars from construction of the Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court building in Albuquerque."
Aiyaiyai. This are an embarrassment...
Nah, Lynette is all smart compared to local teevee news writers.
The idea of naming facilities after elected public servants (politicians) is off-putting to me. No Manny Aragons, no Ed Mechems, no Dennis Chavezes, etc., and certainly not before their death. There is some merit to naming people after a facility that is related to a person's life work --- Milne Stadium, Roy Johnson Gym, Bob King Court, Ernie Pyle Library, Longfellow School, etc. Rudolfo Anaya? He should certainly have his name on a library some day. He's good. That's my two-minute analysis and I'm sticking to it until somebody convinces me otherwise.
Of course that means we can all sit around and speculate on what current politicians we'd like to see get buildings named after them, soonest...
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