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BJF Thinks slow implementation of speed changes is working

Billy Joe Fudge agrees the state regulations requiring a one-at-a-time approach: I think one size fits all government regulations have been and continue to be an impediment to efficient and effective governance. - BJF

By Billy Joe Fudge
Personal opinion of the writer

I am a believer in government of, by and for the people. Don't know the applicability of that Constitutional norm in this case but I thought it sounded "wisdomic" this early morning. And no, it is not in the dictionary but all the scholars at the Great Wooded South University are seeking support in our effort to put together a petition encouraging its inclusion in the Oxford Dictionary.

Since I have now solidified my position as the "King of Digression", I will address your question. I think one size fits all government regulations have been and continue to be an impediment to efficient and effective governance.

I applaud the Adair Fiscal Court's effort to address problems on an individual basis using a rifle shot rather than a shotgun blast! - Billy Joe Fudge

Comments re article 97874 Adair Co Fiscal Court 12 Jun 2018 Two more slow county roads

This story was posted on 2018-06-13 09:47:39
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