Representative Denny Hoskins (r – noun, verb, CPA) has been taking some heat here and from Fired Up! over his lame advocacy of SB 66 which would remove financial disclosure statements for officials in certain towns.
FiredUp thinks its great idea for unpaid,volunteer city council mmbrs to list their kids place of work on Persnal Financial Disclosure-SB 66 about 1 hour ago from web
And if you would read the Warrensburg Daily Star Journal, Denny, you’d note that Stan Hall, from Knob Noster, agrees with Fired Up!.
Parkinson/Dickhaus-Tried unsuccessfly to find some info on FiredUp about Nixon’s “pay to play” offer to Rep. Molendorp&Zerr.Any Suggestions? 37 minutes ago from web
I thought since the KC Star, STL Post Dispatch, Springfield News Leader, AP, MO Net picked up the story I could find info on FiredUp.No luck 33 minutes ago from web
Here’s a suggestion for you, Denny – do you have any proof other than a business card? Have “Molendorp&Zerr” said that Governor Nixon contacted them? That’s standard republican operating procedure – throw some shit against the wall in the vague hope that something sticks.
And then there’s this gem:
After “Pay for Play” offers from Gov’s admin to House Members, now may not be the appropriate time to debate SB 66…15 minutes ago from web
Heh. Switching gears after 45 minutes. Denny must be slowing down – it used to take him 18 minutes.
Denny, Denny, Denny, you don’t pick a fight with anyone who buys electrons by the terabyte.