Disclosure rule violated with King’s CMU job

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It’s like the good old boys club—Mesa Co GOP politics writ large from CMU to Sheriff to State House—hires and promotes from within regardless of qualifications or law, based primarily on name, back room dealings, and political connection. That individuals game that corrupt system to pad their own pockets with public funds should surprise no one.

Try a Democrat! We can do better.

King is not the demon some are making him out to be!  Move on.

The GOP will have a chance to show their true colors with their choice of replacement in the next few days.

@Claudette—No way to try a Democrat.  Mesa County Dems are dysfunctional and couldn’t even field a candidate.  @Steve Phillips—I can’t believe your defending this guy.

How bout letting the investigation finish then judge somebody?  All this over time cards?  Really?  Even CMU statement of “Full time temporary”.  What the heck does that mean?  Part time?

The key is still to see who the GOP selects.  DEMS are scared to run anybody with a D behind their name because there is no clout to win in Mesa County.  If a guy like Bernie Buscher can’t keep his job then there is really no chance.

I wonder how the Brady letter and investigation into King’s conduct might affect the Blagg murder retrial. King was the investigator in that case.

VetTheGov.com had this “news” days ago.

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