And the rubber stamping starts…

The politicians have made their first legal appointment after a campaign based on misleading people who haven’t read the state constitution into amending it to legalize appointing positions that were already unlawfully being appointed.  Amendment 2 would have never passed if people had understood what they were voting on.  Several people I spoke with, who voted for Amendment 2, regretted their votes.  They all said that they didn’t know what the state constitution actually said about election judges until after they had voted.

Thank you Brian Kelsey and many in the Tennessee General Assembly for pushing Soviet style elections on us.  I so look forward to voting for or against the R (Red ?) party appointments.

30-0 and 97-0.  How many will line up to vote yes on the judges in the next retention “election?”

http://www.knoxnews.com/news/politics/tenn-legislature-confirms-pages-as-new-state-supreme-court-justice-2c6195d8-4f17-18b8-e053-0100007f5-369729281.html

Suggested Reading:  http://www.dartblog.com/data/2013/02/010669.php

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soviet_democracy

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