by you’re not gonna believe this…
It was brought to the ECT’s attention last week.
Re: The last several Minutes of their meeting(s)– from our elected Public School Board.
Where are they? Below a screen shot from the Public School’s web site that (formerly) had the Minutes published online.
Why are the last (most recent) Minutes of our School Board not published?
Stand by…ECT looking into it.
Is there really another place in our great Country where the vetting process is actually worse than with Eagle County’s own GOP? Recall, both Eagle County GOP Commissioner candidates have had (how should the ECT say…Courthouse issues?) exposed right after they announced their candidacy for Eagle County Commissioners…
Well consider this…
Dateline: August 2012 – Nashville, Tennessee
Democrat Primary: for the U.S. Senate
So? So, Mark Clayton has since been disavowed by the Tennessee Democratic Party.
According to the Tennessean Newspaper –
“The party said Friday that it would do nothing to help Mark Clayton, 35, who received nearly twice as many votes as his closest challenger in Thursday’s seven-candidate primary, winning the right to challenge Republican U.S. Sen. Bob Corker in November.”
“Many Democrats in Tennessee knew nothing about any of the candidates in the race, so they voted for the person at the top of the ticket. Unfortunately, none of the other Democratic candidates were able to run the race needed to gain statewide visibility or support.”
Further the report went on to insist: “Clayton defended his work for Public Advocate of the United States, the pro-life, pro-marriage group in question, and said he was disappointed with the Tennessee Democratic Party’s “zero-sum politics.”
All the ECT can say is that if being “pro-life” and “pro-marriage” is enough to get a person disavowed by the Tennessee Democrat Party…well then the ECT folks are glad we don’t live there.
One wonders where Al Gore buys his ‘chicken sandwiches’ these days…How long before we read that ‘chicken sandwiches’ are a leading cause of Al’s Global Warming?