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Monday, July 16, 2012

Last year was the sweeping Miami-Dade Mayoral recall, in 17 weeks comes the house-cleaning at County Hall, but first, here comes the reform cavalry! Change Miami-Dade Now! is now open for business

In case you didn't hear about it or see it...

Anyone who objects to giving Miami-Dade County voters a choice or spreads lies about Norman Braman must have a hidden agenda!It's time for a change!
Alison Austin, Shirley Gibson, Luis Garcia and Alice Pena believe in better oversight, honest government and fiscal accountability.  
Yes, the three basic aspects of local government that Bruno Barreiro, Audrey Edmondson, Barbara Jordan and Dennis Moss have consistently failed to do over the years.

Plus, as you recall from my previous blog posts here involving the M-D County Commission meetings on the involuntary public financing of the new Marlins Stadium and how that was handled, I still haven't forgotten Comm. Dennis Moss' over-the-top insulting attitude and treatment of the hundreds of citizens who turned-out and had to wait for hours and hours in the chambers before the meeting was eventually postponed, with Moss' spite in full-display.

Just one of the many things that happened that day at County Hall that I observed and mentioned here that South Florida's sleep-walking print and TV reporters consciously chose not to mention afterwards, because they like to play nice with the commissioners and their staffs.
Moss, well, I especially want to see him kicked the hell out!

CBS4-TV, Miami
Norman Braman Denies Bullying Voters, “Handpicking” County Commission
By Jim DeFede
May 23, 2012 7:16 PM

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