Thursday, February 25, 2010

"You cannot manage it, if you cannot count it."

There is no one in state government who can, or will, tell us the whole truth about the spending of our trust and treasure.

How can you manage your power and your resources,
if you don't know where they are, and you don't know
what they are being used for?

There is no reason to not tell as much of the truth as the law will allow, except to hide corruption and incompetence.

There is only one reason to not tell the truth, and that is to hide it. To hide it, in order to escape the consequences of what they have or have not done.

It is fascinating to watch the Health Care Summit at Blair House. It is a pity that we are not able to watch our Governor and our Senators and our Representatives debating important issues in a venue where we can watch.

And if we weren't in front of our TVs today, we have only to go to the internet to watch it in its entirety at our convenience.

The only reason we cannot do that with our own state government, is because of the actions and in-actions of those whose interests are served by hiding incompetence and corruption.

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