Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Michael Sanchez misses the point, again.

The point is; any state employee who is pointing to corruption or incompetence should be protected, by the state, from retribution and retaliation for blowing the whistle on public corruption and incompetence.

Senate Majority Leader Michael Sanchez voted against it. He is concerned about its cost.

What ever it costs, it must be done.
It must be done, no matter what it costs.
Cost is no object.

Similarly, cost is no object with respect to webcasting to a searchable archive. It simply must be done. There is no good and ethical reason to postpone it for even one more day.

He claims worry over the cost of legislative webcasting with a searchable archive.

Again, cost is no object.

It is too important to do, to not do it.
No matter what it costs.

Which is, as far as I can tell, negligible.

He doesn't want real webcasting and archiving. He doesn't want to protect whistle-blowers; leaving them liable to retribution and retaliation for trying to hold politicians and public servants honestly accountable for their conduct and competence.

Who is this man protecting?

What is it, this man doesn't want us to find out about?

photo Mark Bralley

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