A matter of trust!
All who enter the political arena with such childish worldviews believe that they must win the game no matter the cost...NO MATTER THE COST! Which in so many cases means that they will do what ever they have to do...Yes in deed - WHATEVER THEY HAVE TO DO...to win the game.
Sadly today, politicians like our County Executive John Stoffa, (who by the way really did not look well last night walking around on crutches) have managed to manipulate the system using nonsensical individuals to do their dirty work. In their mind's eye they believe that because they have not soiled their own hands, they are not responsible...sad because that's so far from the truth.
And the TRUTH is that they will by the wrath of God, eventually pay for their misdeeds, as we all will! Especially those of us who do not seek and accept His Grace instead.
In the case of our LESS than honorable County Executive, he will eventually have to answer to his bosses right here in the County of Northampton - We The People. Surprisingly, before last nights County Council meeting, there was a ceremony which presented the Constitutional TRUTH that the governing are accountable to the governed...how ironic.
Above all misdeeds, the County Executive will soon have to answer to We The People about that email that recently surfaced...you know, the one that offers clear evidence that he is in fact knowledgeable about accounts and events that he publicly denied - Yes, that's the one.
Even more ironic, the very nonsensical source he utilized in his failed attempt to destroy our beloved Gracedale, was the very source out to destroy him yesterday. Yes. Mr. Stoffa was being hurled at warped speed, under not just a bus, but also under some very heavy Big-MACK trucks...and you could literally see the strain on his face...painful it appeared.
Mr. Stoffa's close confidant had this to say about his patron:
"Yesterday, when LVEDC voted to endorse the Neighborhood Improvement Zone, three of our so-called local leaders were conspicuously MIA, unwilling to stake out a position. Lehigh County Exec Don Cunningham, Easton Mayor Sal Panto and Northampton County Exec John Stoffa all took a powder.
In fact, at yesterday's Finance Committee hearing in Northampton County, Executive John Stoffa asked Council to tell him his position.
And you thought he was your friend - really? It seems that you really can't trust him, and perhaps that's because he really doesn't trust you! And worst yet - he doesn't care about you. It's called dirty politics Mr. Stoffa, tactics that perhaps he and others have learned from you.
Now - the question that begs to be asked is: How in good conscience can We The People TRUST you today Mr. Stoffa? - can you sir, please answer the question?
Just an opinion!