Bill May subscribes to the Mark Twain quote about Kentucky.
"When the end of the world comes, I want to be in (Frankfort) Kentucky, because everything there happens 20 years after it happens anywhere else." and it takes me 20 years to do anything
Bill May waits and waits and waits. And he waits more. Its time Frankfort has a decisive leader, a leader not afraid to make a decision. Vote Kyle Thompson.
Here are excerpts from a State Journal interview of Bill May. "Q&A with Frankfort Mayor Bill May" State Journal Staff Writer Vince Tweddell -- Published: July 2, 2006 12:00AM
Smoking Ban - "I remember talking about it once when I was a city commissioner. I dont know if it was in 92 or 93 but around that time, either the end of 92 or the first part of 93 we talked about a smoking ban." -Smoking Ban took effect in 2006, only took Bill May 15 years of concern for our health to get the Ordinance passed.
How long have you been around city government?
I was elected city commissioner in 1991 and took office as a city commissioner in 1992 so I was a city commissioner for two terms and elected mayor in 95 and took office in 96 so Im in my 15th year as an elected official. (Now 21 years in City Government)
We have people addicted to different things, Bill May is addicted to running for political office. It's time for a political-ectomy ----In this 2006 Vince Tweedle interview -- "Mayor Bill May, who is in the middle of his third and final term, said he ... doesn't have any future political aspirations besides finishing his term on a positive note." --- So in 2006 Bill May wasn't going to run for Office again, but his addiction to continually running for Office made him immediately run for City Commissioner in 2008.
Then BAM!!! Vince Tweedle asks Bill May about his philosophy in helping the younger or less experienced City employees... Tweedle asked "Do you talk to the younger or less experienced in the city government who have to deal with criticism?"
Bill May enthusiastically replied "Oh, absolutely, all the time, absolutely. One of the bits of advice I gave them was that it always blows over, the tough issues, ..."
Is this why we elect people to handle our problems?, so they can wait for our problems to "blow(s) over"
Folks, its time to elect people to handle our problems in an efficient and timely manner, not let them blow over.
Lets vote for Kyle Thompson.