PH wrote:landsurfer wrote:Here we go ....
At the risk of ;
1.Sounding like an idiot.
2. Repeating a thousand posts again.
3. Stating the bleeding obvious.
Why does someone not table a no confidence vote in the board / trustees / whoever, if members are unhappy with the way the CTC Ltd. has headed ...?
Or have we been here before and i was asleep at the time or where the heretics burnt at the Tommy Simpson Memorial as a warning to others ??
Yes we've been here before, again and again. The big changes that some on here object to have been approved by the membership, charity conversion and name change probably the biggest though there have been plenty of others. Why would the membership vote no confidence in an organisation that's doing what the membership has already approved? Answer 1.
As a general thought, I think that these days often there are people who have to win an election to "get what they want" and it can become so important to them that they will say anything to get the votes they need (after which actually delivering on what was offered is irrelevant as it's to late then and there is no "come back").
I was not a member for the Charity Conversion referendum but people have said how those proposing the change were saying how "nothing would change" (except the extra income). And yet I think things have changed very significantly.
So these days it does seem to be a valid question to ask "Did the electorate get what the electorate voted for ?"