SG Braces For Litigation, Makes It Easier to Create Meaningless Titles
But even as Ted Kennedy is mourned, the work of an activist is never over.
Frank Bracco, a former Chomp the Vote director and SG politico down in Florida, has filed suit against the UF Student Government for its failure and refusal to comply with Florida’s public records laws. Coming as it does after a year in which SG argued that a constitutional amendment is unconstitutional and that Government in the Sunshine laws don’t apply to them, it’s hardly a surprise that these yokels want to keep their dirty secrets where the public can’t get to them. We can’t have another “Green Means Go” scandal, after all, can we?
And speaking of bizarre arguments, how about the one where a supposed GDI argues in favor of giving the executive branch the power to creat whole agencies subject only to a 2/3 veto by the Senate as a “decentralization of one power” when it in fact does the opposite? Or how about that this same Progress Party had at one point argued against the proliferation of SG resume-making titles and is now actively making it more difficult for anyone to reign in such practices?