Featuring Blogger KipEsquire (A Stitch in Haste)
On the Council's term delimiting plans:
Here we have politicians, who knew the rules before they ran for office, now deciding that they simply don't like the rules, and now intend to change them — the law and the voters be damned. In other words, they're not rules at all, but mere suggestions.
This is no way to run a city.
There's a reason why some of us have more confidence in unelected judges than we do in elected politicians (or the mob rule of direct democracy). It's because we read the newspapers.
As I've said before: Too many houses, not enough pox.
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