I have no problem with Geissinger sounding the tea party bugle. Everyone has a right to be heard.
What bothers me is to see Kim Plyler, who owns County PR firm Sahl Communications, start posting his partisan comments on Facebook.
She is getting $76,500 in public money to promote a partisan agenda, and one that may be contrary to the wishes of at least five members of Northampton County Council.
This is the use pf public dollars for political purposes, is illegal, and needs to stop. There have been enough incidents like this over the past year. Brown refuses to do the right thing. But in the Budget for next year, Council should refuse to give her firm a dime.