Listening to liberal activist Commissioner Johnny Miller bloviate with haughty moral certitude on a litany of far left social and economic topics ranging from increased bureaucratic regulations to outrageously strict environmental curbs will probably have any business that was considering Fernandina Beach as a possible location scurrying to seek a more sane climate to set up shop.
July 2015 Posts
Based on some of the comments made by one Fernandina Beach City Commissioner to the recruiting firm searching for a new city manager it appears that she didn’t give much thought to the fact that anything said might be a matter of public record or she didn’t give a rip.
Have you ever had someone tell you something that sticks in your memory and just won’t let go? A couple of weeks ago it happened to me when I met newly arrived Amelia Island resident from Kentucky, Mike Creed, while sipping a beer on the balcony of the Salty Pelican.
In his hysterical 1981 film “History of the World: Part I,” Mel Brooks, playing the role of French King Louis XVI, turns to the camera several times after molesting a number of buxom filles d’honneur, declaring to the audience: “It’s good to be the king.”