Friday, January 15, 2010

UTB/TSC MESS CONTINUES - PUTTING IT INTO CONTEXT FOR THE MARCH PRIMARIES AND NOVEMBER ELECTION

As the saying goes politics is local. This is just another issue wherein the electorate can take a stand against the corruption and bad policies which seem so natural in Brownsville/Cameron County politics.

I have decided that come March no Democrat will get my vote unless they agree to the following: Ending the UTB/TSC contract. How can Juliet Garcia as the President of TSC do her job and recommend TSC sue the UT system to recover the money they owe TSC when she is the President of UTB. She cannot. This should be an easy decision by local politicians - TSC needs to fire Juliet Garcia for her clear breach of fiduciary duties to the taxpayers of the TSC taxing district. The same goes for the Board Members who are unwilling to take a very public position on this issue. They must commit to sue UT and fire Juliet Garcia. Their failure to authorize a suit is clearly governed by their priority in protecting Juliet Garcia as the President of both UTB and TSC and not their fiduciary duty to the people.

Another issue I have identified is, I will not vote for anyone unwilling to call for the sale of the Port of Brownsville. This is a useless tax on the people. It exists for one reason and one reason only - to keep the cronyism at the port alive and well.

Another issue I have identified is, I will not vote for anyone unwilling to call for a full ethical and criminal investigation against Armando Villalobos for the way he runs the DA’s office.

Another issue I have identified is, I will not vote for anyone who refuses to denounce the use of politiqueras in the handling of mail-ballots.

Another issue I have identified is, I will not vote for anyone who refuses to “I will thing of something else.” Any ideas will be considered by me and hopefully my readers

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