If someone says “I am honored” to be here, or “I am honored” to be with you, it means that they see this as a great privilege, and that they are happy that it is happening. In GT’s case, he was honored that he was given the privilege to steal the Nation’s money for his own use. He ravaged everything including the women. As for his accomplishments: defined as something that has been achieved successfully. The only thing he accomplished was to enrich his own pockets!!
He LIED again – he was sent an invitation to the inauguration. In fact, his step-daughter helped send the invitations out. No one said he and his family was not welcome. All Creek Citizens are invited. George should be embarrassed for telling such lies, but he is so ultimately consumed by his ego, that his entire view of the world and everyone in it is twisted. He is so centered on himself.
FACEBOOK COMMENT BY GEORGE TIGER:
I have been honored to serve as your Principal Chief for the last four years. There were many accomplishments with new initiatives implemented in Education, Economic Development, Health Care, new jobs, land base expansion, and a large increase in the nation’s Permanent Fund (Tribal Funds). I am proud of the MCN and leave with my head held high and leave in the hands of the new administration a much better MCN than what I inherited. Unfortunately, I won’t be attending the Inauguration due to a couple of factors. First, as a courtesy the sitting Chief is always extended an invitation, according to the Constitution I’m still Chief during and after the Inauguration and until the first Monday in January and yet I never received an invitation. Secondly, it’s been requested by Chief Elect Floyd that members of my family not attend his Inauguration even though we are citizens of MCN. As a family, we accepted and honor the outcome of the election and wish the new administration the best. Mvto for allowing me to serve as your Chief. May God continue to bless the great Muscogee Creek Nation!!!
New topic submitted by Creek Woman
I see lots of talk and speculation on here. I think Chief (elect) Floyd will be wise enough to get his cabinet figured out. I’ll be the first to say that I really don’t know who does what or how good they are. There is so much politics and backstabbing that it’s hard to believe what anyone says, but I doubt Chief Floyd keep anyone who is in a position ONLY because of name or politics. Maybe he intends to allow them time to be evaluated for the WORK they do.
What I hope is those who have managed to have entire careers based off of their name and their daddy’s name will have to show tangible work. I hope it will be expected that they need fresh ideas that stem from creativity. Those ideas need to be implemented and will have to produce tangible results. I hope they will no longer get by with simply putting on a fancy White man’s 3-piece suit with a silk tie while sitting at the head of the table to direct meetings. They need to be intelligent. They at least need to be smarter than a box of rocks.
Two people that need go: Jeff Fife (he just isn’t very smart and has never accomplished anything; has gotten by because of name and ONLY because of name).
Next, make sure that Ed Mouse stays as far from MCN as humanly possible.
There is no need to try to reinvent the wheel. Start by accomplishing the simplest of tasks. Evaluate each department’s work flow. If it gets bogged down somewhere find the weak link in the process. (realize that might not be a person; it might be a law or a regulation or any number of things) Example: Why does it take higher ed 2-3 months to pay the students? Everything is ELECTRONIC. So why is the process so slow? How can this be improved?
Evaluate how long it takes for an application of housing work orders to work through the entire process. Map it out the process and time it. How long does it sit here? How long before it goes here for signature? Do this for at least 1-2 years so there is a sizable enough sample to analyze the results. Yes, they need to be statistically analyzed and if we don’t have people that can do that contract them. Trust me, a pattern will show up. Then fix the areas where it bogs down.
That should go for every department. Get rid of managers who do not know how to actually work. If you can’t change a light bulb or fix a flat then maybe you shouldn’t be directing others on how to do it. Managers need a degree that is appropriate to the field and department they are managing but they also need to be trained in how to manage people.
I’m ready for a change and expect good things to come from Chief Floyd’s administration, but I also realize we’ll probably get stuck with the same do nothing managers (almost all of them MEN) who get by because of name and personality——-at least for a while.
Our new motto should be: PROVE YOURSELF.
Each and every one of you. Prove yourself. And the first one of you that refuses to cooperate with others and other departments because you’re worried about getting yourself ahead—————YOU’RE OUT!