Niagara Gazette — When it comes to our governments, it is far, far better that we take on the philosophy of that Navy chief, and of Marv Levy — let’s take our time, focus on each opportunity as a single shot, and then get it right the first time.
Our Congress rushed ObamaCare, and it will take us years to fix. Our state legislature rushed the NY-SAFE Act, to only have to later fix the part that would give the police the right to carry magazines comparable to the criminals’, and it still needs more work.
When we look at our tourist area, at what we have and what we do not have there, it is all the result of rushing and missing our shots.
It is my hope that our city council majority takes this time to aim and hit the bulls-eye with the bullet of a reconciled Hamister deal, and then apply it to similar decisions.
Why? Because in straight shooting, a pair of tens will beat three-twos; but the five bulls-eyes that we so sorely need to fix our city will beat everything, and they will improve the profitability of Hamister’s holdings, too.
And that philosophy beats all.Contact Ken Hamilton at firstname.lastname@example.org.