They met, they talked, they made points of order, they balked when Bill Crosier gently suggested that they focus on the scheduled topic. That idea was most irregular, they thought, so blocker-in-chief Cerene suggested that it be put aside for another time. Croisier reminded the manipulating majority that time was of the essence as fundraisers were fast approaching. The majority turned to the last page of their well-worn manual and suggested that this called for an "executive session."
Nothing positive having been accomplished, the phones were killed and the private session started, now allegedly to center on "personnel matters."
We don't know what happened after that, but here's what PNB Secretary Janet Kobren reported on the following day:
Was that a flush we heard in the background?