Should Elected Officials Use their Office for their Careers?

The daily paper was obsessed with Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs continuing to wrestle once or twice after becoming Mayor. As is the practice of #TheMegaBullhornofTruth when I see it, I ask it to broadcast the question, ya know like a bull horn!

Sevier County Republican State Representative Andrew Farmer has billboards in Knox County that plays on his role as one of the 90ish state legislators.

The billboard says, “who better to argue the law, than an actual lawmaker?” #TNLawmaker

I believe the legislature and Attorneys have some specific rules and regulations about their profession. I am sure Farmer has researched it, but from a bloggers perspective this seems close to the foul line.

This billboard in Powell when the photo was taken

This billboard in Powell when the photo was taken

This is a billboard going into Sevierville from Seymour.

This is a billboard going into Sevierville from Seymour.

 


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1 Response

  1. MJG says:

    NOPE and hell no. Of course power corrupts. why should they be any different ? But Politicians have been corrupter than any other body in POWER since the 20’s. If they faced the SAME PENALTIES as the rest of us then Maybe not. there are 2 laws, one for us and then there is them….

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