Thursday, July 9, 2015
Assemblyman's Double Standard on Transparency
This is not sour grapes on my part. The only facebook contact I've had with Rep. Brostoff is in a political chat room, which is currently a private room. What confuses me is that if you join a political chat room, on facebook or elsewhere, you should expect to be engaged in some conversations with those who don't agree with you.
Now I would agree that personal attacks are a different matter and I can understand taking action when that happens, but I have never personally attacked the freshman assemblyman other can calling him out for blocking me in a political chat room.
It's my opinion that if you can't take someone disagreeing with your positions then politics should not be your chosen profession. And you certainly seem a bit hypocritical in pontificating about transparency when you use your power to block people from seeing your opinions on political matters in a political chat room.