it’s Talking Points with the Founding Fathers.
Sometimes I just hate technology. I just had a draft all ready to post when “poof”! Gone. It’s probably a good thing. I am on a roll with this paring knife fiasco.
Well, hello patriots! Did you happen to see the Constitution being read on the House floor yesterday? If not, and even if you did let me recap the show. The Dems hated it. Nasty tone in their voices. And some didn’t even show up. They disrespected our Founding Fathers and America. I wonder if the Quran was being read if they would have sat there, hands in lap, eyes focused, and ears open? I believe so. It was probably the first time some of them had even heard the Constitution. This was a significant move by the GOP. Kudos.
I wonder if we can get the Constitution read at the next Board of Commissioners’ meeting? Ha. Ha. Maybe at the next school board meeting we should read the Zero tolerance rule that explains, so notably pointed out by a reporter, that a paring knife is not considered a weapon. Who is up to the task? Certainly not Jeff Moss. Certainly not Shawn Williams who vehemently accused the media of “false reporting” instead of addressing the issue: an overzealous Superintendent and company!
Can somebody explain why the girl was served with a court summons? And weeks after the “incident”? Is there a cover-up of stupidity here? That’s what it looks like to outsiders. Wonder how many businesses and families said “screw Lee County” after we gained national attention? I think Moss and company should be investigated. Seems some of us can dig up his past (see previous posting).
Why can’t we trust our leaders to hire ethical people? Oh no, don’t be talking about ethics again, Patrick, or that other blogger will come back from hiding and attempt to hijack the commissioners and put his spell on them! You know, as well as I do, he was behind the ethics crap before! Unfortunately for him and good for the taxpayers, he doesn’t have as many puppets now. Good.
But don’t worry too much. When Bob Heuts faces the board, I’m sure he’ll bat his eyes and smile just right to convince them that another incentive is needed. Why do I say that? Let’s look at the track record so far: bonus and housing incentive for a county manager, property reevaluation in 2013 (they generally don’t benefit taxpayers like you and me, no matter how they are billed to us!), yada, etc, so on, whatever.
Did the memo get lost? What memo, you say? The memo that was sent November 2 and must have disappeared in cyberspace was: STOP THE SPENDING. We asked for change. When will we get it?
What’s the cliche`? How about we’ll see change when “it snows in hell”. Or when on that other blog, Tamara realizes partisan politics is exactly what government needs!
Who will be up to the task to prove me wrong? I can hardly wait to eat my words. But I’m not holding my breath. I have plenty of other stuff to talk about as the weeks unfold and decisions are made.
“Give me liberty, not liability.”