Thank you for your views, Mr. Ed.

There were no insults intended, but Ms. Tam's "comments" on meeting her purely selfish, non-public benefitting needs, and the "check one's head" was exclusively hers, and not from the public she must serve, and certainly wasnt complimentary in showing a chance to steadfastly and publicly be accountble for one's actions.

I was just asking all parties to be less selfish--to me, good public servants serve the public's needs before one's selfish material ones.

Just watch the news at state capitols and make one's own decision--I proudly see BOTH sides of the coins thrown. Thank you.