Wednesday, November 11, 2009

UNM Regents President Raymond Sanchez is not the only one who will not allow an "independent review" of the public interests.

Truth, we don't need no stinkin' truth.

Former politician now Richardson political appointee,
Raymond Sanchez says, there will be no independent review of the administration of the public trust and treasure at UNM.

He isn't alone.

UNM President David Schmidly says, sorry, its just not the way I roll.

UNM Athletic Director Paul Krebs echoes the sentiment, as does

UNM Human Resources Vice President Helen Gonzales.

I rather imagine Bill Richardson will be obstructing any independent review of the executive branch and its administration of the public trust and treasure.

Senate Majority leader Michael Sanchez finds the suggestion of an independent review personally insulting.

House Speaker Ben Lujan says, get back to me after we finish building a highway interchange next to my land.

Marty Chavez ain't going there.

Police Chief Ray Schultz isn't playing.

Marty Esquivel says,
no swingin' way.

Winston Brooks says,
not on my watch.

School board head honcho Paula Maes said it about as clearly as it can be said;

"I will never agree to any audit that individually identifies..."

corrupt or incompetent APS administrators or board members.

Name a single high ranking politician or public servant,
demanding an independent investigation of anything.

The cruelest truth, so far,
Mayor-elect Richard Berry
is not calling for one.

Apparently, the only people
who would actually like to see
some independent reviews
are the people.

The ones with all of the power and
none of the control.

photos Mark Bralley

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