Dear Mr. Aguirre,
Your questions of Mr. Levitt on Tuesday were right on target, particularly those related to Section 1092. If one follows his logic, a vote that is tainted due to conflict of interest is allowed to stand if it happens to relate to pension benefits. Well, that is certainly one opinion. It might even be the right one (isn’t that what the court is deciding?), but it is impossible to understand that conclusion based upon the information in the report. We could never have learned that had it not been for your questions.
But Mike, when will you learn to stop being so confrontational in public? Don’t you realize that your behavior undermines the very points you are trying to make?
Ralph Waldo Emerson said “What you are speaks so loudly I cannot hear what you say”. You might want to print that on a notecard and keep it with you.
– APRIL BOLING