Oh, what’s that? Ed Glasscock going up to Hal Heiner’s campaign manager, Joe Burgan, telling him that Heiner shouldn’t support a proposed anti-tolling ordinance in Metro Councilland. That’s what.
I hear, according to witnesses, that Burgan explained Heiner was on record being in support of the proposed ordinance and had asked his caucus to follow suit. Glasscock responded with, (paraphrasing) “Bullshit – that’s bullshit. Tell him he’s lost any support he had in the business community. No – I’ll tell him. Bullshit.”
Glasscock then cornered Kay Stewart of TARC, formerly of River Fields, and went off on her.
I’m sure I’ll now receive threats and people within the power structure of Louisville will lose their cool with me because of this post.
But when does the bullying stop? Pushing the wants of a few ahead of the needs of millions just isn’t going to fly any longer.