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Response to Davidbray. Because she was voted down 60% of the time doesn´t make her wrong. Seems she was right and had better and more thoughtful motives for her votes than the one´s who won. Reminds me of another candidate on the ballot whose opponent is trying to use her loss on issues she voted on as a mark against her when, in my opinion, her views reflect the most commen sense. Almost everyone agrees that we are in trouble but refuses to see the wisdom shown by some of our representatives. We wale and cry over the decisions made but then critize the ones who voted against them. Duh!
The debate between newassessornow and saywhat has brought up several questions. First, what is the purpose of the aerial photos? Second, if Baker has made the office more efficient and cost effective, is that not what we want from government now? Third, since two employees are writing with completely different opinions on the moral of the office, I question if one has a problem with renewed efficiency, or the other with a hero worship on the boss. Whichever, it sure does not speak well of a leader who cannot accomplish efficiency without destroying the moral of his workers. The employees should feel a part of the successes. Somethings wrong here, and it sure makes it hard to vote.
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