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Russell Dickerson  
Floresville, TX  
January 7, 2012 9:59pm
 
Attended the meeting - was worth the time. However, I think we observed the reason people want the recall.

The major begins his talk about the budget with the definitive declaration that there is no 'missing money.' Then as the back-and-forth progresses, he says 1) he's not an accountant so he can't speak authoritatively about the accounts and 2) the auditors report won't be back for at least a month or two. That really means he has no clue whether there is missing money or not.

His statement would have been better like this "I realize there were some discrepancies in the previous statements, but I am confident that once the auditor completes the audit, everything will balance out and little if any impacts on accounts will be seen. If the auditor identifies any significant problems, we will promptly act to rectify them."

The difference between those is the 1st begins with a declaration of facts not in evidence. He really can't promise there is no 'missing money'. So why make a leading statement that makes you sound authoritative? Making such a declarative statement sounds a lot like "Mr. Miller, this is all to complex for you to understand" doesn't it?

I don't think the Mayor is a bad or evil man, but I do think he needs to take a look at how these kinds of statements give the appearance of elitism.
     
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