Jackson Miller wonders where Karl Dean is during Nashville's recent run on gas stations, which exacerbated an already slim fuel supply. He also has some good advice for Dean, who probably should have embraced his leadership role in our city by talking to distributors, massaging the media, and hitting the airwaves to reassure Nashvillians, many of whom may also be in shock over last week's stock market crash.
I have wondered where Karl Dean goes when he doesn't care about or doesn't want to deal with specific issues. Jackson refers us to a more general concern on which Nashville's Mayor should have gotten out front and lead Nashvillians away from knee-jerk panic. He may not be capable of doing that.