Saturday, July 14, 2012

Not Only In NorCo...

...Do we strive for security, but, also the entire world.

We surely long for stability and dream of a glowing and predictable future for ourselves and our posterity. But because of politicians like the ousted councilman Ron Angle, and our current "less than honest" County Executive John Stoffa, and let us not forget to mention their evildoer friend Bernard O'Hare III, for most of us in NorCo these hopes and desires are far from certain to be realized.

We must count our blessings however, that by the will of the dedicated residents/taxpayers/voters of Norco - positive change has taken effect, and now we simply need to continue our involvement within our community to maintain it.

Honest government forever welcomes civic engagement, which almost always spearheads change, and is an element of civic duty, as well as civic responsibility, and civic awareness.

Take a good look at any governing body, and those that stand out as not receptive to civic engagement...statistically speaking - are usually the ones involved in some sort of corruption.

For the health and welfare of our great Northampton County, we must understand that corruption is a disease, a cancer that eats into the cultural, political and economic
fabric of society, and destroys the functioning of vital organs.

Corruption today is definitely one of the greatest challenges of the contemporary world. It undermines good government, fundamentally distorts public policy, leads to the mis-allocation of resources, harms the private sector and private sector development and particularly hurts the poor”.

have a responsibility to maintain a vigil eye, which will prevent the ugly decease of cancer (corruption) from infiltrating and attacking our governing bodies.

Applying the proper cure, our local government will lead with our interest at heart - not their own!

But in NorCo, we removed one decease, but, there is still a cancer that requires our attention, as well as radiation for removal...and that cancer is better known as...

We must closely monitor this cancer until we can remove it forevermore. To do less will mean suffering the ill effects it will intentionally continue to cause until there are no organs left for it to destroy!

John, you no longer have the trust or confidence of the people, so please step down...or continue to suffer the effects of our radiation exposure!

1 comment:

  1. So right. Let us please remeber all of this as we look forward to next years elections. If we forget or fail to see what is at stake, we will be right back were we started.