Wednesday, May 15, 2013
But Lisa has some other fellers, too. One of them is Exec candidate Scott Ott. In addition to being the Chairman at aluminum industry pioneer Silberline, Lisa has been an outspoken voice on Lehigh County's Board of Commissioners. She's part of what she and Ott would call a "reform" movement. I think a more appropriate word is "deform." One brick at a time, this group is intent on ripping government apart, because it's evil.
Let me give you an example of this "deform" movement from Monday night's economic development forum for Executive candidates. Scott Ott, a fellow "deform" movement member, was a participant. At the end of a question about what he'd do to promote the economy and jobs, he said he's all for outsourcing government jobs, even to the point of opening up individual jobs to "managed competition."
Of course, something like that is simply unworkable, not only in government, but in business, too. But he said it with a smile, but nobody minded.
You can't open jobs like corrections officers or nursing home nurses to competitive bidding. You don't run a business that way, either.
But Lisa has giver her feller, Scott Ott, $20,000 for his Exec race, nearly 1/3 of the total amount he's raised.
She has other fellers, too.
Mike Schware is another deform movement member, an appointed Commissioner. Lisa has given him $5,000 of the $8,950 he raised, over half of his support. She's also given another feller, Commissioner candidate Scott Aquila, $2,500 of the $5,985 he's raised, nearly half of his warchest.
Scheller has so far spent $27,500 to deform Lehigh County.
Once they're done, they're secret plan is to build everything out of aluminum. Silberline County.