Letter: Political partisans unlikely to adopt nonpartisan cloakThere’s a management philosophy that states: “Future performance can accurately be predicted by past performance.”
By: Susan Gnatzig, town of Kinnickinnic, River Falls Journal
There’s a management philosophy that states: “Future performance can accurately be predicted by past performance.”
It came to mind when I saw Nan Lambert’s name linked with helping people in a nonpartisan environment (“New group to promote civic awareness,” March 15 RF Journal).
Are you kidding? Nan Lambert is one of the most skilled, dedicated, in-your-face, vocal, arm-waving, ever-present, liberal Democrat activists in our area.
From her daily post on Main street, she solicited recall petition signatures against Senator Harsdorf and Governor Walker. She stood by Shelly Moore throughout her recall-induced campaign and her concession speech.
So now we are supposed to believe that anyone who enters the 2,800 feet of pricey Main St. space housing The Awareness Project will get an impartial, altruistic view of political matters facing our state and nation?
Don’t insult our intelligence.
While Nan and her TAP co-founder, Julie Coates-Draves, may want us to believe they have no ulterior motives, and may even believe it themselves, their past performance says otherwise.
No doubt they are, as stated in the article, “two women with a big space trying to make a difference.” I just wish they’d be honest about their definition of “difference.”