Saturday, November 03, 2007

Shouldn't Be the Cost of Being Involved in Government

Anyone who deals with state legislatures or city councils on a regular basis sees this happen so much that they often become inured to it, but the Courier Journal -- and the citizen they reference -- are correct to describe it as an issue of basic respect:

...[I]t was refreshing when a massage therapist told Kevin Kramer, R-11th District, what she thought of his announcement that the Metro Council committee he was chairing would postpone action on the issue that had brought her to the meeting. "You just cost some people $200 (in lost business) to come here tonight, and you did that two weeks ago," Denise Logsdon, a member of the Kentucky Board of Massage Licensure, scolded. "Nice."


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