Telling It Like It Is

Don’t be ashamed to let your conscience be your guide
But I-I-I-I-I know deep down inside of me
I believe you love me, forget your foolish pride

Life is too short to have sorrow
You may be here today and gone tomorrow
You might as well get what you want
So go on and live, baby, go on and live

Tell It Like It Is, George Davis and Lee Diamond

Pastor Ennis held a meeting at In His Presence where he laid out a “plan” to combat what is going n in Millville. There’s a lot of interesting things Ennis says. Most notably, he places blame on elected leaders. Not content to just place blame, Ennis offered the following:

The leaders of this state have to begin to look at why there are no jobs here. Millville is often neglected and put on the back burner. We’re going to start holding people accountable. We‚re going to start making sure if you can’t do what you’re supposed to be doing, then you’re not going to get re-elected.

Ennis earlier said:

I’m going to ask Sam and his church to join us, and these are some things we’re going to strategically look at and hold the representatives who are responsible accountable. If you’re elected, and getting paid to do work and improve the area, we should see results in people’s lives and the community. They say we’re the poorest county, but there’s a lot of money that comes through here.

Got that? Ennis is going to work against our elected officials. He wants to hold them accountable for improving the community. It’ll be interesting to see what criteria he uses. Since he railed against how dirty the Third Ward is, you would think he would target Dale Finch who is in charge of enforcing code.

What about Jim Quinn? Quinn’s been at the helm for most of the current decline of Millville. You think he’ll be targeted?

Commissioner Derella is the moneyman of the Commission that is steering the administration. Will any blame be placed there?

The Mayor of Fun, Tim Shannon, is a willing participant, and now commander, of the direction of Millville. Is Ennis going to campaign against him?

Ennis seems like a concerned man with a good heart. I look forward seeing him work to oust the City Commission.

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