Denise Bricker: Self-representation

April 1, 2013 

Self-represented

A legislator who is a developer thinks city rules on developments should go away.

A legislator who rides motorcycles wants the helmet law to go away. How about the seatbelt law?

A legislator who has impatiently waited behind a school bus wants busses to drive faster.

Republicans in general want to do away with a signed contract because they don’t like the governor who signed it, they want to fire any Democrats on any boards and they want to retaliate against teachers ... again.

Do we have any fifth-graders willing to educate Jones Street about the fact they are supposed to represent the citizens of N.C., not themselves?

Denise Bricker

Clayton

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