“For the Common Good. “
Your meetings seem to get more interesting overtime.
Can anyone show me in the US or Virginia Constitution where you can take money from someone and give it to others?
If you have not seen this meeting it is available on Mr. Thompson’s website. I cannot do justice to what was shared in the meeting. But here are a few highlights to wet your appetite.
After listening to Mr. Douglas S. Meredith, we should consider getting an Economic Development Director to look out for the interest of the county. Not sure what he is looking out for besides himself?
Mr. Hutson thanks for sharing your tell tale with us when you are less than totally honest.
Mr. Chriscoe why did you get a text message just before the Woodville vote, was it voting instructions? We were so sorry to see that the meeting was keeping you from something important that night. We will help someone else get elected into your position next time around so you will not have to waste your time dealing with something as unimportant as county business. Why did you use the term “funneling money” sound less than honest for one of our Supervisors in an official capacity?
Back to giving away our tax money. You spent most of the meeting trying to look out for the tax payers and not wasting our money. You had many energetic and passionate discussions about saving taxpayers money until the end of the meeting. I am not sure what happened: you had not given away any money; you were tired; or you had money you had to get rid of before the end of the meeting? I fully agree that our watermen are hard working and need to be looked after, but what law says to take from the many and give to the few (Haven’t we provided them a dock at taxpayers expense?)? How is this helping the whole county? You did not give outhouses to any other hard working groups like construction workers, landscapers, or VIMS PHDs that are forced to wear short paints to work in the summer because of the heat?
I am not a lawyer and cannot give legal advice. Our founding fathers used common sense and Christian scripture when establishing our founding documents.
“For the Common Good. “
Alexander James Jay
P.S. "I am for doing good to the poor, but I differ in opinion of the means. I think the best way of doing good to the poor, is not making them easy in poverty, but leading or driving them out of it." --Benjamin Franklin, On the Price of Corn and Management of the Poor, 1766
"Be not intimidated ... nor suffer yourselves to be wheedled out of your liberties by any pretense of politeness, delicacy, or decency. These, as they are often used, are but three different names for hypocrisy, chicanery and cowardice." --John Adams (1765)
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