Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Let's Talk....

We'll pretend like I'm that obnoxious neighbor who rambles on for 13 minutes straight without taking a breath so you can't get a word in edgewise.... it'll be good tahms.

(First Debate)

(Second Debate)

*CORRECTION: He was in his 20's when he filed for bankruptcy. My bad.


  1. Hopefully whoever loses will continue to be involved and make important contributions to our city.

  2. What I want to know is if we ever caught the dude that was hiding under the deck.

  3. On a serious note, I wholeheartedly agree that it's more important for citizens to engage themselves in politics on the local - as opposed to national - level. But I'll take that idea one step further: it's every bit as important for folks to engage and organize in their neighborhoods. Nothing enhances the influence of a neighborhood like a strong, united neighborhood association with lots of engaged members.

    So... become a block captain. Join the board of your neighborhood association. And - by all means - attend the meetings of your neighborhood association meetings regularly and enthusiastically.

    (Come to think of it, I just heard that Cottonwood Heights is holding its spring meeting at 7 p.m. this evening at Dover Elementary. And my sources tell me it's going to be fabulous!)

    1. Totally agree! I've seen Andrew Laska do more as a HOA prez than half the people on the city council.