You too can be a dignitary
Original post made by Alamo Tom Foolery on Nov 11, 2008
A panel of dignataries will be available to guide the discussions and you can be a dignitary too.
Many among the Alamo Towne Fool, a long-standing and seldom sitting group of comedians that "ask the difficult questions no one was willing to ask and gain answers that everyone wants to know" intend to be present as official dignitaries promoting an Alamo Towne Fool as an official position of the proposed Towne of Alamo at AIM's November 19th meeting. We will not simply settle for a towne council or even a village idiot. We want true, meanigful tomfoolery as gatekeeper for our quaint and sort-of-rural towne and its unique culture.
Join us, you are needed,
on Nov 11, 2008 at 3:38 pm
I can't fully agree with Alamo Tom because we must not discriminate against village idiots. A long-standing tradition is at stake. Every Alamo has that one or more persons that ably serve as village idiots so the remainder of the citizens can feel somehow better than an idiot.
It is often an assumption.
The next thing you know they will stop village idiots from marrying because of their lifestyle and we be heading down a slippery slope into full-blown hate and prejudice.
We agree with AIM that Alamo is for all its citizens.
on Nov 11, 2008 at 4:35 pm
Our neighborhoods support AIM's efforts to define the role of town council members during the formation and initial operations of a proposed Town of Alamo. It is possible that such efforts will provide the definition of a government for the proposed town and provide voters a rational choice in an incorporation election.
We therefore suggest residents interested in such candidacy or any role in the formation of government attend the meeting November 19th, 7PM, Creekside Church in the Alamo business district.
Diablo Vista region neighborhoods
on Nov 11, 2008 at 10:54 pm
If you exercise, you create greater definition in your muscles.
If you exercise your rights in a democracy, you create greater definition of the Town of Alamo and its formation, function and structure.