Monday, March 14, 2016

Fumble Stumble

Governor Martinez and her mascot appointees to the UNM Board of Regents have stumbled and then fumbled the ball on an attempted coup to take over the Health Sciences operations at the University.  What the perpetrators thought could be a stealth power grab lasted but a few hours until the Journal did a fine story on the issue.  They deserve credit for that.  They even sucker punched the Governor and rogue Regents today in an editorial that made sense.

Another fumble is the revelation that  legislators are refusing to use email as a way of communicating.  That sort of begs the question that they have something to hide.  It shows transparency is dead, dead, dead, in the halls of the Round House in Santa Fe.


Michelle Meaders said...

But it went through anyway, didn't it?

Anonymous said...

i always supported having the public elect the UNM Regents ever since the Maloofs were regents.