Saturday, May 23, 2009

Robert "the weasel" Lucero proposes greater restrictions on Public Forum.

Robert Lucero doesn't like it when I stand up at a public forum
and ask him to explain why he will not stand up as a role model
of the Pillars of Character Counts!.

The First Amendment to the Constitution protects the right
of citizens to "petition" their government.

Public Forums are one means of petition. They are in fact,
the purest example of it.

Lucero has suggested to District Relations Committee Chair,
Lorenzo Garcia, that comments at the public forum at
committee meetings be limited to subjects that he approves
of personally.

Even the very poorest excuses for public servants are required
allow the petition of government, including public forums.

The very finest of public servants, encourage it.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Well the board meeting of May 20th must have been a doozy because guess what, drumroll please, they did not air it on talnet on Sat night between 4PM and 6PM when it is scheduled to air. Imagine my shock!