And you thought the Broward County term limits fight was over.

Not quite.

Apparently, Attorney Bill Scherer isn’t done with it and won’t take no for an answer.

And that has raised the ire of former Ft. Lauderdale Commissioner Tim Smith.

Smith launched a website dedicated to keeping term limits and posted commentary on his blog.

Smith can be a major player in combating the dark side of the force.

Term limits should apply to everybody from the President right down to city commissions.

Scherer’s carried the ball for County Commissioner John Rodstrom (soon to be former Commissioner, but not soon enough) who simply wants to overturn the will of the voters.

Maybe we should reregister Rodstrom as a Republican and send packing to Tallahassee (as a lobbyist, not State Rep.)

We always thought the name of the game is overturning the will of the voters since the Republican majority is bound and determined to overturn fair re-districting this year.

I’ve tangled with Rodstrom before, first when the jackass teamed up with the criminal Joe Eggleletion and the arrogant Ken Keechl to block me from the Transit Advisory Committee.  

But like a bad marksman, he missed the target.

I don’t think it did him any good to find out that his criminal Commissioner buddy appointed an anti-gay bigot to the County Diversity Board, even though Keechl and his friends swept that little goodie under the rug for years.

The second time was when he decided to make himself look like a hero by attempting to restructure the School Board debt.

Only he didn’t have a clue as to what he was talking about and made himself look like an idiot instead.

Sources tell me that Rodstrom ultimately wants to work for Nova Southeastern University.

I think he’d be better off.  I think we’d all be better off.

And maybe he could sit in on a public finance course.