“No one wants to open a restaurant in San Francisco.”
“It works, but for some reason the Department of Health is slow to get off the mark…”
Off the streets
One ringer at a time
“…convicted 68 times”
“Just all this street crime is crushing us.”
Ding Dong. But it’s not Avon calling.
“It makes people cynical when you … pretend that your angry political opinions are news, you know, people tune out.”
“For a guy who helped to be an architect of mass incarceration, this is an inadequate solution…”
“…the city hasn’t highlighted the dramatic uptick in any official announcement.”
“That’s an assault on our democracy.”
Feeding the beast.
“I am appalled, I am angry, I am frustrated over what’s going on down here and in our city in general.”
“…the individuals sampled in this report cycled through the criminal justice system with little accountability”
This is true, but his reasoning as applied to Flynn is so dubious that it’s become chum for a feeding …
“Anything that doesn’t fit in the mail slot, we’ve had it stolen.”
Come over to the dark web
“I found out at that time that grappling in a robe is very restrictive.”
Down the drain
Incentives and disincentives
There’s no “ho ho ho” involved
But now what?
Good luck, Mayor
Your crime spree has been postponed indefinitely
“Vague laws invite arbitrary power.”
We wouldn’t want to offend any of the gang members now, would we?
When nobody answers the door
“I actually think it’s the worst it’s ever been.”
Good luck with that, I guess
Catch and release.
But probably not too seriously
Painful but necessary
Improving, but still very bad
“…smugglers caught on, U.S. officials said.”
“He’s my guy, he’s my friend.”