Holding Bureaucrats Accountable
Filed under: Corruption, Issues, Laugh at the Aggressors, Living Free, New Hampshire
In New Hampshire government officials are supposed to be accountable to “the people” at all times. Anyone who pays attention knows that is not the case. This lack of accountability was seen, or rather heard again on TalkBack this morning.Garret Ean and James Cleaveland both called into the weekly radio show to ask bureaucrat Andy Bohannon questions about his actions on “National Chalk the Police Day” in which he refused to identify himself and assaulted a cameraman.Today on TalkBack, Andy stated that he had “learned from the incident” and there was a mention of people harassing public officials. Garret called to clear up the story to inform Cynthia that Andy had approached him, not the otherway around. Andy refused to apologize to Garret for hitting his camera. When Garret called back in a second time, he was rudely cut-off and host Cynthia Georgina said that such calls will not be accepted.
I guess former public officials who are now in the media don’t believe they should help the public hold current bureaucrats accountable.