It’s just a shame that his handlers have no clue what his actual strength is. (Yes, it’s also a shame state law says he is ineligible to serve.)
On last night’s discussion about David Jones’ boring, over-produced mail pieces, someone made a terrific point:
Debbie Linnig Michals // Nov 1, 2012 at 2:55 am
I think he will do a great job….sometimes when you are not accountable to someone for a paycheck it gives you freedom to think differently and out of the box. Your right he will be held to a different standard and as long as he remembers that he will be fine. Public service is a good thing.
Emphasis on this point:
“sometimes when you are not accountable to someone for a paycheck it gives you freedom to think differently and out of the box.”
I said this in response and will say it here again: THIS! SO much of this.
It’s a shame David Jones is listening to people who tell him it’s a terrible idea to be honest and to talk about his massive wealth and how he got it. I think it’s a good thing.
He’s absolutely, 100% not a man of the people. But what he is? Is a man who doesn’t have to answer to anyone for a paycheck, as our commenter pointed out, and that can be a good thing when it comes to education. He just needs to quit this overproduced, PR exec vanilla shiz right away.