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Shannon Sullivan files complaint against Tucker…

Good morning, Netizens…

 

It is my lasting impression that Shannon Sullivan has more chutzpah than any of our elected officials in Spokane County, especially but not limited to County Prosecutor Steve Tucker. I remember the hue and cry that arose when she took on our former Mayor, the late Jim West and how she brought West down. Now Sullivan has set her sights on Tucker, and rightfully so. Tucker needs to go, for the various reasons stated in Shannon Sullivan's complaint, a copy of which can be read here: http://www.kxly.com/download/2011/1201/29900422.pdf

 

Detractors to Sullivan's plan has used the comment she must has missed the limelight. I find that and other negative comments regarding Sullivan's recall plan to be farcical, of limited imagination and an outright insult to her good character.

 

What I find particularly ugly is that, once Shannon Sullivan announced her intentions, Steve Tucker has all but disappeared from most of his favorite haunts, such as The Globe downtown and various golf courses. His office? He only goes there when re-election looms, or someone in what passes for high places in Spokane desires his company. He even ignores judges sitting on the bench, because he is purportedly not under their control.

 

It is time for Steve Tucker to be recalled. The stench that wafts out of his office is particularly bad, and he needs to find a new job, hopefully somewhere other than our local government.

 

Dave


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