posted on Jan, 29 2014 @ 06:02 PM
reply to post by Another_Nut
Oh, I'm not saying that we won't see pure foolishness from them.
Post Katrina, during Gustav, the idiot leading PoPo hammed up how bad it was and instituted a curfew (and suggested people look in, and leave for
safer ground)-which the parish president allowed because he was a "buisnessman, not an emergency man". Ticked my dad off enough to go home and write
MAKE ME LEAVE on the back of his car as a thumb on his nose to the local cops. And the daft man lost the next election because the locals want to get
back to their homes and make sure the deep freeze is still frozen enough to keep a year's worth of deer sausage and hand filleted fish
edible. Well, that and his cornyism wasted jobs on his good for nothing friends, and we just wanted him gone. (The one season of Cajun Justice marks
the end of this fool's power.)
We've got to remember that the closer an elected official is to his constituents, the more he has to pay attention to his constituents, and the more
competition he has for his position in office. Which is why we have more influence over our state's officials and our local officials than we do over
But even then, they still have a lot of time to mess up things while they are in office.
edit on 29-1-2014 by CynicalDrivel because: (no reason