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Satire Is Lost On Some.

In a post called “Palm Bay: City Of Palm Bay Solves Road Funding Issues – Passes Charter Amendment Which Uses Money From BCSO, Clerk Of Courts, Tax Appraiser, and Supervisor Of Elections To Pave Roads,” to illustrate the fallacy of the City of Palm Bay’s position the the suit against the Brevard County Supervisor of Elections, we wrote the first part of the post – a fake news “article” – that is clearly satire.

If you click on the links within the article, you’ll see what we mean.

However, at least one person missed the satire:

Oy vey.

One commenter used the term “GULLIBLE.”

We wonder if Fine knows the word “gullible” is not in the dictionary?


EDITOR’S NOTE: Apparently some people don’t recognize sarcasm when they see it. Please click on the in-article links to see the “documentation” of this “article.” We wrote the “news article” to show that the above cannot be true and yet the City demanding that the Supervisor of Elections can be forced to do the City’s bidding by proclamation of the City Charter is as ridiculous as the City making a Charter amendment which would allow the City to take money from the County Constitutional officers’ budgets. The above is satire. What follows is the analysis of why the City’s arguments fail in the lawsuit and have no legal basis. In addition we ask the main question that the City has not answered: “Why did City Officials continue to lie to the petition group and impugn the integrity of the Supervisor of Elections?”



One Response to “Satire Is Lost On Some.”

  1. […] NOTE: Apparently some people don’t recognize sarcasm when they see it. Please click on the in-article links to see the “documentation” of this […]

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