[On this morning's Liberadio show, David Briley] said that if he were in the position of Richard Exton,Sean Braisted goes on to analyze problems that Mr. Briley poses with this scenario, most of which revolve around--you guessed it--the mainstream news media's framing (in the sense of spinning editorially and in the sense of contriving events to set someone up to fall) of challengers Exton, Hostettler, and Banks. Then if the media were not enough, there is that annoying matter of big legal fees.
Michael KerstetterPhilip Hostettler, or Brady Banks; he would challenge the election results which put Tygard, Loring, and Greer into the At Large runoff, as a violation of the intent of the Term Limits law [given that the latter have already served two consecutive council terms].
Monday, August 06, 2007
Something I would love to see, given that the three Metro Council patronizers, Charlie Tygard, J.B. Loring, and Ronnie Greer, have to be in the run-off more on the basis of name recognition and less on the basis of what they have done on behalf of the Nashville community: