Its good to see many of these tenured public servants who are responsible for
crating the socialist dependence on government going into retirement. We have
the opportunity now to turn things around and put a decline in welfare state of
Utah. For this country to continue as a free nation, we have to cut the
umbilical cord of poverty and the state treasury. Its time to exploit free
enterprise and being independent of government services.I'm
glad to see many of the old school hard liner left wing yes men leaving
government so we can restore unification of this country back into the hands of
the people.The only way to break the gen tic welfare system is to
cut the cords of dependence.
Thanks for your comment shamrock. I'm another Palmer fan. I've seen
him work tirelessly, selflessly, with no desire for honor or recognition, for
decades in Salt Lake City and in Utah. When the people who have to work around
you day in and day out say the kinds of things people say about Palmer Depaulis,
you know you are in the presence of someone special. I'd like to serve
others the way I see Palmer serve: with great competence, graciousness, and
empathy. Thank you for all you have done and will continue to do to
assist every people you come across every day.
So how was the difference between the Lt Governor and Mr Depaulis worked out?
Palmer DePaulis is one of my heroes, and I don't use the word lightly.
He's a man of intelligence, integrity and kindness, and it's been our
great good fortune to have him as one of our public servants.