I think what you're all missing out on is the great Tennessee tradition of elevating our elected officials to a god-like status where they can do no wrong. This has been going on at least as far back as Andrew Jackson, if not longer, and it certainly includes Blanton and the Tennessee Waltz bunch. Clearly, our very esteemed mayor couldn't possibly be supporting somebody who has sexually harassed and then retaliated against his victims after they called him on it!
I'm sick to death of being sick to death of the current administration and their dismissal of any problem that doesn't suit their cause. I haven't, since kindergarten, since a group of adults so committed to portraying everything as sunshine and roses.
I think this latest scandal should cement that the current administration cares nothing of the citizens, city employees or for that matter, anybody else who gets in their way. If the mayor is going to let this man, who has a documented history of sexually harassing women, keep his high-ranking, highly paid position in city government, it means he has no problem letting him loose on a city of unsuspecting female citizens. Not only that, but to allow the use of city attorneys in defending him! Well, why doesn't he have all of us just line up so Paul Page can check our teeth and see if we're "fine stock"? I can't believe that anybody isn't completely outraged by this. We should all be down at City Hall, demanding that Paul Page be forced to resign. I can't think of one single reason why the mayor shouldn't be out the door with him.