It’s not just “security theater” but it will never be perfect
“Seattle’s homeless problem will never be solved without enforcing laws that limit their choices.”
“Livability that once made Portland a unique and vibrant city is now replaced with human feces in businesses doorways…”
As well it should be
“the public will have to give up things as well”
“our city is out of control and we are way past the tipping point…”
“We heard you.”
“…a cat-and-mouse game with the city”
“…there is no current funding source to maintain this expansion at an approximate cost of $8.75 million a year.”
“It’s making it impossible for the middle class to live in Seattle.”
“This is enough. I want my city back.”
“The example that we have set today can become a beacon of hope.”
Economics. Aren’t they learning it yet?
“For our City Council, virtue signaling is more important than governing.”
“the issue of free speech is coming up a lot in classrooms of whether you can set a price on it…”
In other words, not at all
“Emergency services are on the scene and Amtrak management is responding.”
“This is offensive to me.”
“Your chickens have come home to roost.”
“We can say we think this isn’t a good message for the city.”
This too is costing you plenty
Good thing this guy isn’t running for another term, eh?
Tax the rich and treat the poor, until there ain’t no poor no more. Or rich for that matter.
“His work was to be completed just before the University of Washington team announced its results.”
Start spreading the news…
“If I were a Seattle lawmaker, I would be thinking hard about the $15 an hour phase-in.”
If only someone could have warned them. Oh, wait…
Second time’s a charm?
“…the lawsuit, the judge said, has substantial likelihood of success in its underlying challenge to the constitutionality of the order.”
“The White House must die.”
To spend on politicians.
Where has all the money gone?
Reality vs Utopia.