Clark County Democrats CAUCUS

Oh my Heathern Gawds!!  Just when you think the Dems are down and all the way out, the come around and surpises every and all peoples by winning the dad blasted Clerk’s race. So, now, the Dem’s have 2 and maybe 3 spots to fill in caucus.

The other seat that must be filled is Clarksville Town Court Judge. This position will be filled next Tuesday.  It will be important that the Party puts in a person who is bright and ‘new generation’ and who can inspire the public that the Party has moved into the 21st Century.

Goliath hears speculation but sounds like a few people want this spot.

Second,  The County wide caucus has to happen to replace Susan Popp on the County Council. Goliath recommends as follows:

1.  Select a currently seated ‘bright star’ younger person who presently serves in a lesser office.  Either from Clarksville, Sellersburg, Charlestown or some other spot.  The benefit of doing this is you can move a good office holder up to a higher spot with more responsibility.  AND it would mean opening up a spot in the lesser office that you could bring in a bright new star and end with 3 Caucuses.    It’s CHESS not CHECKERS.

On  a side note, and in keeping with Goliath vision,  he recommend placing Brad Amos of Sellersburg Town board in the Council spot.  Brad was recently placed on the Sellersburg Town Board.  He has served very well and seems he would be a good choice.  Then you can return Brian Meyer to the Sellersburg Town Board to serve the folks that elected him and have the benefit of his good work in that spot.

2. Goliath hear that John Perkins is angling and lobbying for the spot of Councilman to replace Susan. Goliath advice to Caucus:  NOT IN A MILLION YEARS.    John,  we love ya but you gots to serve in some other appointed spot like Utility Board or  Redevelopment or something someone appoints you to to get all the benefit of your way smart knowledge of gummmit, but not in a spot you have to run for office.

3.  Goliath also think…any politician over 50 should be ruled out.

4.  Goliath also think any candidate that ran for office in the past two years and got beat should be ruled out. We want winners.

Good LUCK DEMOCRATS!!

6 comments for “Clark County Democrats CAUCUS

  1. Dennis
    December 18, 2014 at 11:01 pm

    I believe Joe Renck should replace Ms. Popp on the County Council. He needs a new source of revenue.

  2. Lono, Curse of
    December 19, 2014 at 9:35 am

    “Goliath also think…any politician over 50 should be ruled out.”

    Didn’t The Movement have a really hateful thing going at one time about killing everyone over 30?
    There was a movie?

    Surely, the G knows where this ‘blatant age discrimination’ will lead…..

  3. hoosiertaxpayer
    December 19, 2014 at 1:11 pm

    Totally agree…Good Post and good ideas…GSL would make an excellent Dem. party chair and I place his name in nomination….

  4. December 20, 2014 at 7:47 pm

    Merry Christmas, Goliath,

    I agree that the Democrat Party should focus on a future star for this office, not a retread. Our bench is thin and playing musical chairs with our current/former office holders isn’t the solution to revitalizing the Democratic Party in Clark County. The caucus must consider new blood to help rebuild the Democratic Party’s health in Clark County. I’ve stated publicly that I would like to be selected to replace Susan on the County Council. I am volunteering to serve the people of Clark County, just as I did when I enlisted.

  5. Lonom Curse of
    December 22, 2014 at 8:06 pm
  6. Lono, Curse of
    September 24, 2017 at 10:34 am

    Goliath is soooo yesterday…..over 30…an ‘Angry White Male’….WITH A BEARD… employed and paying taxes…drives a petrol vehicle…heats/cools his glitzy compound and office with dead environmental dinosaurs……USES PAPER….doesn’t recycle everything at his compound and office totally on site….exploits the workers!……SMH……and now detained for taking a suspected view from a high post “observation point” on a traffic overpass…..This is a serial pattern….

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