Wednesday, August 23, 2006
"That government is best which governs least" - Henry David Thoreau
Welcome to the Rogues Gallery where we introduce you to some Hamilton county and Hoosier politicians, their voting records and stances on issues which affect us all.
President, Fishers Town Council
Mr. Faultless is a tireless worker for the cause of bigger and more intrusive government. He was the lone aye vote in 2005 that would have raised taxes on every restaurant bill in Fishers, Indiana by 1% (on top of a Republican passed county restaurant tax of 1%). Mr. Faultless is also the leading proponent of the forced annexation of the Geist Reservoir area which borders Fishers. He apparently wants the $2 million in taxes Fishers would receive by forcing Geist to become a part of Fishers.
"This is a fight over money," said Town Council President Scott Faultless, who is spearheading the annexation effort.At least Mr. Faultless is honest where the matter is concerned.
Mr. Faultless is currently leading the charge to enact a smoking ban in Fishers. Unlike many bans Fishers would actually ban smoking outside, even on sidewalks. What a guy!
Mr. Faultless can be contacted at: email@example.com
August 24th Kole Campaign At Pinheads In Fishers
The Kole For Secretary of State Campaign hosted a fund raising event at Pinheads Bowling center in Fishers on the 24th. Attendees came from all over the region to bowl and show their support for Mike and his campaign to unseat Republican incumbent Todd Rokita in the race for Secretary of State.
Mike and crew even managed to get State Chair Mark Rutherford out on the lanes just to see what a lawyer in a suit looked like while bowling! Needless to say Mark threw a strike, demolishing all hopes of a new round of lawyer jokes. Good job, guys!
August 23rd Libertarian Meetup
Hamilton County Libertarians had their monthly meetup at Fionn McCool's in Fishers, Indiana. The food was great and so was the company! Tpoics discussed were Fishers proposed smoking ordinance, candidates, future races and fundraising. Next months meeting will be at Sansui Japanese Restaurant in Carmel. We look forward to seeing you there!
Pictured below: Rob Place and Wayne Kirk at Fionn McCool's