Yeah, it's been like that. For some reason, discussion continues to blossom regarding my disqualification from the Clarksville Town Council ballot. I formally dropped out of the race shortly after word came down the campaign was DQd, by way of press release. Not entirely sure there's really more to be said about it. And yet there has been. Not a problem, not one to shy away from addressing criticism, but I still think it's starting to get a little silly.
"...how I choose to express or represent my opinions, last time I checked, is strictly of my own concern. When acting in my capacity as the Comm Dir for the LPCC, I use professional language suitable for the situation, because I am representing the party. If I choose to use that language on my website or my social media network, to promote myself or my creative projects/business interests, then I realize the possibility of turning off a segment of the people that promotion is reaching. That is a chance I take as a businessperson. Freedom is an F word, also, even when it applies to speech, sir."
-in response to a critic's complaint of excessive profanity on my Twitter feed.