Alright, then...I'm gonna leave the dog here with the S.O., leave the blog here with you, and be gone for a couple of days to Bernie University. I'm looking ahead to both the upcoming primary, and the general election, and this two-day training is just the thing for me. So take care while I'm gone, and feel free to share your thoughts here.
Let me leave you with a little item from the official League of Women Voters notes from the last Port Angeles City Council meeting. I get these summations, and they often have a pro-status quo kind of slant to them, with unkind words for those who would, say, challenge the hegemony of the Fluoride Four.
But these last notes (from the March 15th meeting) end on a poignant note. It's the last public comment from the second public comment section of the meeting - the very end of the meeting, in other words. Here it is:
Sherrie Wilson, Buckley, Washington, wishes to
move here but is concerned about the divisiveness in the town and whether or
not the council is responsive to the voice of the people.
Sounds like a more sensitive and in-touch with reality Sherrie than some...