Louie Ludwig has his number.
The election of a female majority to the City Council prompted a “training” for staff on how to deal with this development. Some of the Council Persons took umbrage. LOL
Note that Michelle gets the last word in the act!
This is an experiment to see how Facebook connects to the rest of the internet.
Handsome has been watching granny do her workout. Too cute! Katherine Holland Dubose and James Dubose
Posted by JoeandLisa Howard on Monday, April 20, 2015
The Cons seem to be evaders by nature. Maybe that’s simply a consequence of not being able to connect the dots. That is, maybe they can’t get from point A to point B directly because they can’t think or go straight. Random behavior is essentially evasive. In the case of evading taxes, there’s a dual incentive. Taxes are assigned tasks or obligations which random creatures can’t carry out. So, evading taxes may not be a matter of intent, but of destiny. If one can’t follow orders, then one doesn’t want to take them, or even hear them.
How do politicians then do what they are told? They don’t do; they repeat what they are told — sort of like a parrot. Parrot people are popular politicians until we realize they can’t deliver.
Perhaps he was not keen to receive this missive:
Your not having an “appetite” for amending and changing ordinances to account for changing conditions is like a milkmaid having no appetite for milking the cow.
It seems that, no matter how many duties and obligations are assigned to other bodies (airport authority, development authority, water and sewer commission, library board, planning commissions), the Glynn County Commission opts for doing even less. At what point is it impossible not to conclude the problem is sheer laziness?