This particular post reminded of someone. We couldn't put our fingers on in it immediately, but then we remembered a recent Paul Fromm photograph.
Here is Paulie sunning his svelte, tanned torso after having been beached on the shores of the Dominican Republic. Our best guess is he was trying to avoid anyone named Queequeg and, according to "patientman" perhaps looking for a little something more?
Actually, while we might have a bit of fun with this, we really don't believe that Paulie would travel to the Dominican Republic to participate in the sex tourism industry; we think he'd be flustered and scandalized by such a prospect. That, and we think that most women being paid for sex have higher standards. However, his vacation in a "non-White" nation does highlight his hypocrisy concerning non-European travelers and immigrants to Western countries.
But, that's the Paulie we've come to know and loathe.
As he does whenever a major (or minor) event occurs in the news, Paulie is now trying to use it to further his own racist agenda. His recent posts on Facebook and Stormfront have been rife with anti-Hatian hatred, including this particular gem:
So craven is Paulie in his efforts to diminish the suffering of the "primitives" in Haiti as he derisively refers to them and to appeal to the base nature of some individuals that he's created a Facebook group to promote his case:
Now Paulie has claimed that he doesn't hate anyone, but then he attracts people like this to his group:
"But ARC Collective," We hear you cry, "Fromm thinks Goudreau is crazy and has said as such publicly! Even Fromm wouldn't foster a relationship with this nutbar!"
We hear you, and at one point would have agreed. In fact, not a year has passed when Fromm said this about Goudreau who had apparently come completely unglued after his breakup with Alicia Reckzin:
He's a serious whack job and has been for over 12 years. He's spouting fool drool.
However, things appear to have changed in their relationship.
"Oh please! Just because Goudreau posted a message on Fromm's Facebook group doesn't mean that they're buddies now. You're grasping at straws!"
Now, now, no need to shout. We have more evidence. Goudreau is also claiming to have spoken at a meeting organized by Paulie this past January 15:
Now, we can anticipate the next argument:
"Yes, but Goudreau is delusional! This is a guy who thinks he's going to win elective office, has a weird obsession with Facebook (yes, pot calling kettle black here, we know) and flies off the handle at ever slight, perceived or otherwise. Not to mention, he's creepy as hell!"
Yes, we get that. But that no longer seems to bother Paulie:
So in other words, a guy who said this and this is considered now to be a valuable ally of Paul Fromm.
Paulie, we knew times for you were rough, but we never thought you'd sink to this level. It would almost be sad if it weren't as funny as hell.