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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

If At First You Don't Succeed...

The one thing I keep coming back to with this new incident with our mayor is that's not so much her opinion or that she said whatever it is she said.

It's how she handles it. She is inept. She has learned nothing. And even putting safeguards into her protocol to protect her (recording her sessions with the public) cannot help her if she then refuses to play them when asked or to respond to questions about them. It speaks volumes that she ran from a TV camera and had to have Gosselin and Clark there to act as bouncers at a community session.

It gives the impression that she has something to hide and is not in charge of herself or her office.

When you campaign heavily on transparency, complain bitterly for years about a supposed lack of it and then show an extreme lack of it yourself in the first two months in office...well, it's not good, Mayor Daniels. Not good at all.

When you complain about big government and then surround yourself with two heavy political players with clear agendas? Even worse.

1 comment:

  1. This is a remarkable chain of events, and it will only get worse for her. To run from a major local news outfit is a perception becomes reality moment. And the perception and the reality now for everyone paying attention (an increasing number every day, no doubt) is that this is a woman completely out of control, out of her league and out of common sense. She has to resign to get out of the line of fire, but she is clearly too stupid to see it. The ironic thing is, those of us on the receiving end of her lies for the last few years are not leading the charge against her--this is a whole new group of people who look at her and see evil.

    Now the cat is out of the bag with Gosselin and Clark and their relationship with her must be the next area of scrutiny. These guys are puppetmasters with an agenda that must be discovered and exposed. If it's not nefarious, they have nothing to fear. Have a strong feeling the opposite is true.