Let’s be realistic here. I’m in the IT business with a lot of clients. I see this all the time – people who are “in charge” don’t really understand the technology or how to use it. I’d be willing to bet that he didn’t even consider that the emails may would show his Bossier City return address. Lynn probably didn’t even think about his Bossier City Marshall’s office email address at the bottom of the letter sent out – and therein lies the problem.
Anything else he says and even his 30 years of experience are out the window at that point. He pushes for “internet task forces” and can’t even use the technology. Complete fail. Oh yeah – and I’m sure he violated some sort of ethics.
There is also the odd resignation of Gaming Control Board member Jerry Juneau after a report by Matt Sciba of the NWLATPA concerning some campaign help. Do I really care (as a citizen) if Jerry Juneau held a fundraiser? Not really, but it certainly violates some ethics rules. Matt has take some heat on this, but you have to ask yourself – “Why did Jerry resign so quickly?”
About the only thing I see going for Lynn Austin – his stated position on the 2nd Amendment. Of course, that could be lip service considering his long employment in law enforcement, but at least I like his statement.
“…assures the people that the government works for them and not the other way around…” – Lynn Austin
Videos Credit to Matt Sciba – Northwest Tea Party Alliance
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