Every day, every single public servant in the land chooses how they interpret 'governing.' Some choose service, some choose bullying & dictatorship, others are so lost in their own ego, whims and desires that they serve only themselves and money, depending on their mood.
We know which one most people want and our effort is to remind public servants what the People expect from the role of public servant. We are here to serve a reminder to those dictators, bullies, money-grabbers and selfish ego-servants that their conduct is on show and it will no longer be tolerated. Our message is: it's time for an attitude change, or it's time to find a new role. Our communities do not need, nor want, that kind of servant.
We are here to let them know that there is nowhere to hide and we use a combination strategies to prevent them from hiding behind their job role or their colleagues as so many do every day. Every one of us is accountable for all our deeds. Public servants are no different, yet certain statutes and a conflict of interest in aspects of the court system are often used to prevent public servants from being made to change their ways and make amends as they should.
We need the support of individuals, organizations and public servants, who together make up ‘the community,’ to help make our hard-earned taxes provide what we really need: public servants and services that work for a healthy, sustainable & safe community; progressive, creative & enjoyable education; and quality services that are considerate, friendly & ethical. .