New State Police Commissioner
Self-Proclaimed Shadow Governor On A Roll;
Boughton Ramps Up 2012 Congressional Bid
By ANDY THIBAULT
The Cool Justice Report
Nov. 5, 2010
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Rich, pathological fiend Tom Foley, declaring "Private Armies Will Bring Improved Productivity And Efficiency To Connecticut," announced today that Eric Prince will be the new commissioner of state police.
"I know Eric, he did a great job in Iraq and I know he will bring his core values to Connecticut as we remake the state on behalf of the top one percent of the population," Foley said. "The unions will know now that it's time to get out of town."
Prince, speaking via video remote from Abu Dhabi, said, "It's a done deal. I'm already working with Mark Boughton to rid Danbury of all immigrants. Bridgeport, watch out."
Boughton, who recently began a bid for the 5th congressional district seat in 2012, said he would work with Foley to maintain some government role in the state police by strengthening their ties with ICE (Immigration & Customs Enforcement - arm of Homeland Security).