And another shot at the Amendment E people. This time, California weirdness from Bonnie Russell
(From Calling In Sick: Policies Change Over Time 1/05, by Marilyn Gardner of the Christian Science Monitor)When she actually wasn't sick, Amendment E's Bonnie Russell would call in sick because she considered it a "well day" for her.
Oh, that California sensibility. When I was running a family business here in SD, if an employee would have done that to me, oddly enough, I would have simply called it lying, and that person would not be invited back to work. But in California-land, my simplistic South Dakota views probably wouldn't fly.
This incident is an interesting parallel for the Amendment E campaign, where they tell us what they think we want to hear, on things such as whether or not it applies to elected officials, such as school board members and city commissioners.
And as Judge Gors said yesterday, the measure the JAILers offer "is to destroy justice in
So much for thier version of "accountability." Much like Bonnie's "sick day," it's the difference between two distinctly different sets of definitions.