Huether’s Heritage Alliance Sermon


#1 circulator on 03.30.14 at 12:21 pm

Oh man…HE IS LOSING IT!!! I heard from several attendees that it was the most awkward, “fake”, ridiculous speech…and they were right!

#2 anominous on 03.30.14 at 12:39 pm

He’s reading from the fine print on one of his credit card applications, isn’t he?

#3 Sammy on 03.30.14 at 1:10 pm

Is this real?

#4 M2CW38 on 03.30.14 at 2:00 pm

That was very weird.

#5 CCFlyer on 03.31.14 at 1:45 am

“This fine town.”

I can’t handle this.

#6 Taxpayer-Voter on 03.31.14 at 6:02 am

For additional insight on this see Jennifer Holsen’s comments:

Is the Mayor’s Job Too Tough?


#7 l3wis on 03.31.14 at 8:21 am

I also caught this, and was a little taken back;

“The mayor seems to be quoting scripture although he doesn’t reference actual scripture in his comments. At times it seemed like he was describing himself to the group. When he said, “But do remember, that I, your very present helper, am omnipotent” I gasped because I thought he was talking about himself. No way anyone would actually call themselves omnipotent which means having complete or unlimited power; having virtually unlimited authority or influence.”

#8 Karma on 03.31.14 at 8:28 am

“A course of action that aligns with my will.” No words can actually describe what that really means.

#9 Lamb Chislic on 03.31.14 at 9:27 am

More proof that MMM is unfit for public office. This audio needs to be shared widely before it’s too late!

#10 Dan Daily on 03.31.14 at 12:41 pm

Right or wrong, the city attorney is obligated to represent the mayor. However, it’s not worth losing your license and going down with a condemned man. Resignation is the only option. That’s when we’ll know this is over.

#11 Joan on 03.31.14 at 5:11 pm

I can’t stand listening to the mayor speak. He is so honored to be our mayor. I wonder how many people are honored to have him be our mayor. I hope to heavens he loses.

#12 85th stuckee on 03.31.14 at 8:49 pm

Let’s hope so Dan, the orchestration by city Attorney has been unreal, one has to ask, who is in charge, him or MMM

#13 Poly43 on 04.01.14 at 6:56 pm

Just watched my dvr’ed version of last nites mayoral debate. While Jamison stayed within the time limits allotted to each candidate, mmm consistently was over the time limit. That in itself was not such a big deal, after all, this is a guy who has a track record of breaking rules. What got me tho was his blatant bending of numbers. Numbers like this. The topic was safety. While Jamison stated crime is going up, mmm tells us were the top 5 in the nation in safety. He also said he hired 15 police officers in the last 4 years and is going to hire 5 more this year. We’ll, none of that hogwash lines up with mmm’s 2014 budget.

Since 2010 the city has gone from 268 full time police department employees to 269 thru year ending 2013. Every year since 2007 til now we have had exactly 68 marked parole units. Hiring new officers to replace retiring officers is not increasing presence.

Oh, and by the way….rapes have gone from 97 in 2010 to 153 in 2012. Aggravated assault from 197 in 2010 to 283 in 2012. Robberies in the same time frame from 60 to 83.
Larcenies from 3877 to 4269.

Are we really safer than we were when mmm took office? Only unless we’re talking about the tif program. That is alive, we’ll, and safe.