Rep. Sheila Jackson-Lee (D-Texas) held a townhall meeting on Monday, and during the meeting, she answered her cell phone while one of her constituents was talking. Check out this video (especially around the 4:45 mark). This goes to show that Jackson-Lee is not genuinely concerned to hear what her constituents have to say. Just remember 2010 is around the corner.
I guess this is the type of reform they are wanting to advocate.
So, how would you want to be remembered when you leave office? Would you want to be remembered for standing up for the people by fighting for what’s right or would you rather be remembered for improving the community at large?
The Loudoun Times asked each member on the Loudoun Board of Supervisors what their goals are for the remainder of their term. Stevens Miller wants to be remembered for a sign ordinance.
““If there’s nothing else that I leave behind as a supervisor, it’s a sign ordinance that is rational and reasonable,” said Miller, who is running for Virginia’s House of Delegates against Del. Tom Rust (R-Sterling).
Wow! A sign ordinance…that’s ambitious.
I’ll let this video sum it up for you.