You guys are right. I don't really know as much as I should about what's going on at UF, because I'm not there. However, setting my humility aside, I do get rather reliable news on a regular basis and based off of that and emails I formulate my opinion.
The McShera letter read like something a turncoat would write. It seemed very much self-centered and treading on thin ice. Quite frankly, it's the kind of language I've read from turncoats in the past.
If you actually have read my blog over the last three years, you'll notice that my #1 passion is for the SG Senate and the great work that takes place in chambers. However, I'm also aware that this is one of the most important times the Independent movement has lived since 2004. I thought a Miorelli announcement now would be HUGE for the movement and its a sentiment that's been met with positive feedback from all parties presented.
McShera is not a turncoat and I sincerely apologize for having made that implication, but McShera should take on a larger role. Getting petitions, campaigning, staying up late, and taking abuse....you guys act like you're talking to a freshman pledge in some house forced to work. I worked. Ask anyone from Access or even from the tiny, beleaguered Voice Party. I worked! So don't throw your work in my face and expect anything.
McShera may be working, but he's no where near his potential. By his own words, the kid's slacking, but he's no turncoat, so my apologies.
I always apologize and retract when I've erred. Check back in time.