Lost Priorities: College Station Forgets Who Works for Who

The city of College Station, Texas has apparently forgotten their purpose. They are supposed to work for the people they represent. The government should have no role taking any position on any political issue. Their only role is to facilitate the democratic process to let the people the represent decide how they want to be governed.

But not in College Station… In College Station, the city believes they know what the people want and the position they should take on the issue of red light cameras. In fact, they are ready to spend thousands in tax payer dollars to take a stance on a ballot initiative and promote it on television and in the newspaper.

Yes, that’s right. The government that is supposed to serve the people, is now telling the people how they should vote, and using the people’s money to do so! What country are we living in again?



  1. SovereignSoul
    Posted September 16, 2009 at 1:40 am | Permalink

    Seems to me that it would not be too hard to get a petition signed by all but the lemmings and call for a special election and vote the tyrants out of office while concurrently suing them individually for misappropriation of public funds that they held in trust for legitimate public/city operations… streets, sewers, salaries, pensions, etc.

  2. Jerry
    Posted September 16, 2009 at 3:49 am | Permalink

    So What?
    Do you really think the people will do anything about it?….I doubt it.
    We`re starting a partition to remove the words,”home of the brave”,and “Land of the free” from the song..it`s no longer meaningful.

  3. 1776resister
    Posted September 16, 2009 at 9:42 am | Permalink

    It is a scam. Makes money for the admisistration. Screws the drivers. Bogus, search on internet. see for yourself. Other drivers in other countries have the complaints that we will soon have. Take Aim on this issue.

  4. aaniko
    Posted September 16, 2009 at 4:30 pm | Permalink


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