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Sunday, November 29, 2009

Senate report: Bin Laden was 'within our grasp' :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Politics

Senate report: Bin Laden was 'within our grasp' :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Politics


Really? Tell us something we don't know. But as things go, you will always hear from those that say, "hey don't blame us", or I'm sorry.

I remember a long time ago, about the death of accountability. If you missed it, accountability died about eight years ago. It was a slow and painful death that many of us tried to stop. But for some strange reason, those that could have helped, refused. Today, they don't even want you to give accountability a decent burial. The only way that burial can be achieved, is through the impeachment of those responsible for accountability's death.

But there will be those that say, stop digging into the past, and look forward. Yet I ask, how can we ever learn of the mistakes of the past, so as to never repeat them again? It's like telling a child that some object is hot. The child doesn't believe you, and touches it. Bingo, it is hot. They never do it again. We have to impeach these people, so that mistakes of such magnitude never happen again. Accountability must be resuscitated.

I'm sorry, and don't blame us, isn't going to cut it anymore.

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Thieves swipe $70,000 from ATM :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Metro & Tri-State

Thieves swipe $70,000 from ATM :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Metro & Tri-State

Two problems in an attempt at fixing stupid. First, if these bozo's were caught on surveillance cameras installing their device, why did the bank let them steal $70 grand, and walk away? The second, and most obvious attempt at fixing stupid, why didn't these mentally-challenged criminals, disable the camera recording them? Whoever was, or perhaps still is, in-charge of monitoring the surveillance footage, is also a mystery. But then again, knowing a bank like Chase, they probably didn't have anyone monitoring the footage, because it would hurt their "Bottom-Line".

Once you saw something suspicious on that footage, you set the trap. Yet, these clowns at Chase, let them grab the cash and walk away. The bottom line folks, Chase Sucks. Get your money out of that greedy bank, all over the country. Start using local banks that didn't destroy families with shady mortgage practices.

Yep, you can't fix stupid.

Friday, November 27, 2009

Teen tainted mom's coffee with antifreeze: Lindenhurst cops :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Chicago Crime

Teen tainted mom's coffee with antifreeze: Lindenhurst cops :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Chicago Crime


It's the most wonderful time of the year. Happy holidays everyone. Now don't be shocked at my callousness. This is historically the time of year when people just snap. The country is in a financial mess because of the greed merchants, yet people are jamming their collective out of shape bodies into mass merchandisers, buying crap. This is the time of year to really save money, yet we seem compelled to spend beyond our means.

Go on, take a guess why this snot-nosed brat tried to kill his mother? I'm betting she denied him something because his lazy ass refuses to get a job. So what does this dimwit do? You got it. Where's the dad in all this? Will they let him back home after time is served? Why wasn't he charged with "attempted murder"?

Oh well, Happy Holidays.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Was Grundy beating of Mideast man a hate crime? :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Metro & Tri-State

Was Grundy beating of Mideast man a hate crime? :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Metro & Tri-State


WTF. Well folks get ready for the nut-jobs, and don't be surprised if Beck and Limbaugh call these morons "winners". I have to admit, this story just speaks volumes of strange. What's a Muslim doing in a bar? Isn't booze prohibited? And these two low-brow dimwits deemed it necessary to attack the guy and brag about it? Under a jail, is a way over-used term for such stupidity.

Yet a fictional character said it best, "Stupid is, as Stupid Does".

WTF.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Billions in stimulus cash for Illinois, but jobs harder to quantify -- chicagotribune.com

Billions in stimulus cash for Illinois, but jobs harder to quantify -- chicagotribune.com


Really? Is this supposed to shock us? The "real people" know where the money went. In all honesty, all anyone had to do was just look at the current unemployment numbers. The money went to our collective political cronies fund. Look at what Mayor Daley did with his share. Oh sorry, no one knows what he did with his cut.

Anyway, a pitchfork party seems like a better idea, if this was the 18th century, but with all the money just enriching the rich, and not the people pounding the pavement looking for work, what else can you say but, WTF.

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Monday, November 23, 2009

Boy beaten for kick a redhead day? :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Nation

Boy beaten for kick a redhead day? :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Nation



Well if doesn't make you wonder about parenting skills, I have no idea. Is this what family life has come too? Parents give their kids all the "space" in the world, just to keep them(kids), from bothering them(parents)?

With all this "space", the kid is free to rummage the internet for porn, and messages to commit violent acts against others. What's the point of having "parental controls", when the parent refuses to use them? Hello "Facebook". One would think with all the money you are making, hiring a few more "real humans" would be a good thing to prevent such postings on your website? And by the way, advocating violence is a crime, last time I checked.

Oh well, things of this nature happen when parents just want their kids to be their "friends". Wake-up adults. They are your kids, not your friends.

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Movies online: Free 'n' easy, but is it theft? :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Metro & Tri-State

Movies online: Free 'n' easy, but is it theft? :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Metro & Tri-State


Boy technology sure knows how to bite the "Big Guys" in the behind. In all honesty, technology these days, is similar to a growing child. They continue growing and learning at such a pace, the old dinosaurs (old technology), just can't keep pace.

Eventually, movies will soon come straight too Americans homes via the internet. It's just a matter of time. Movie theaters are in a fight against extinction, just like the old "Drive-In theaters of yesteryear. Remember those? Well if you do, you are old. If you own a Playstation 3 console, you don't need to go out and rent movies anymore. This is the first step in the extinction of the movie theaters.

There will be those that will do anything in their power to prevent this extinction, but it will happen. And the answer to the articles question, is an emphatic yes, for now. Yet somewhere, someone will tap into this revenue generating pool of "watching movies online". After all, computers are getting faster, hard drives are getting bigger for more storage space, and technology will continue to evolve.

Friday, November 20, 2009

'Dead zone' in Chicago sees 2 fatal shootings in a week -- chicagotribune.com

'Dead zone' in Chicago sees 2 fatal shootings in a week -- chicagotribune.com


Well if you pick up a newspaper, or click on the infamous "Boob-Tube", everyone is talking about the end of Oprah. She's ending her Tv show, and that calls for wall-too-wall coverage in video and print. Yet buried underneath all this glamorous, glowing coverage, life continues for those dealing with the horrendous killings, that gangs commit.

Who knows how many "Dead Zones" are in Chicago, and across the nation. This one in particular caught the attention of the Tribune, because of the deadly sequence of events that led to this latest killing. Here you have a child, attempting to get out of  such horrible conditions, yet runs into brick wall after brick wall because of "poor grades", or any other cheap excuse not to save him. Now, he's dead.

Should you decide to click the link, and read the article in its entirety, pay close attention to what the people that still live there have too say. It's a wake-up call for all "Dead Zones" in Chicago, and across the nation. Once you are finished, Oprah's still leaving, and gangs will continue their horrendous killings. 

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Thursday, November 19, 2009

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Well the Good news is, at least they are not the Detroit Loins. Although I do agree the Bears are really stinking up Soldier Field, with no offense, and defense, I still give them a little bit of credit for trying.

From the lounge chair perspective, that killer instinct seems to be missing, especially on offense. Gone are the days of running/pounding their opponents into the ground with a far superior running game. It appears they just threw that out the window. Who knows, maybe one day they will get back to the basics of playing hard-nosed football. Until then, keep drinking, and pulling out your hair people.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Buffalo Grove boy dials 911 after parents take away his Xbox video game -- chicagotribune.com

Buffalo Grove boy dials 911 after parents take away his Xbox video game -- chicagotribune.com



This kid is 15, goes to school, and doesn't understand the consequences of bad behavior? Unless there is a mental impairment, like autism, or attention deficit disorder, maybe a good pounding after the police left, might prove a better deterrent. At least then he would have a case for calling for help.

What a wimp for a 15 year old. Hell he should have been ecstatic over his folks taking away such a crappy game system. I would have told them to exchange it for the Playstation 3 once they see an improvement in grades. But to call the cops for that crappy system? You might as well file that in the dumber than a bag of hammers cabinet. 

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Tuesday, November 17, 2009

State has good shot at Gitmo inmates: officials :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Chicago Crime

State has good shot at Gitmo inmates: officials :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Chicago Crime


For the love of Pete, just do it. What is so horrible about people getting jobs? I'm so sick of those "not in my backyard" bird-brains always putting their 2 cents in. These are the same people that scream "don't touch my medicare" when not one person said they would.

They will be the ones standing around with their hands in their pockets as the rest of the town runs to apply for all the jobs that will open up. Anyone with a brain knows they will not drop all detainees in one spot. You just have too many States with "Brand New" empty prisons sitting around this country for that to happen. So for all this "Fake Opposition" coming from the republican party, shut the hell up.

Come up with a better solution. Oh wait, I'm sorry you can't. You're just mad some people actually used their brains, and know how to help people. As far as I'm concerned, you can take your "fear-mongering ways" and stick it. We saw you stand idly by as your economic plan of voodoo exploded in your face. If you can't come up with some solutions, just sit in a corner and suck your thumb. If you haven't noticed, two criminals escaped from a Peoria jail, and the country hasn't fallen apart. Also, don't use O'Hare as an excuse either. The Mayor and his flunky council has already forked over $16 million from our cash-strapped city to put in new runways there. Guess what that means? Jobs.

If you don't believe me, just go to the city's career web site. If your lucky, you might see less than 10 jobs on there. Once the demolition of Bensenville begins (not the entire town, but keep your fingers crossed, joking), you will see more.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Leasing water system could be a risky move for Chicago -- chicagotribune.com

Leasing water system could be a risky move for Chicago -- chicagotribune.com


Okay, if this happens without our Mayor reading, and seeing what happened to other city's, suburbs, towns, and villages went through, we are in big trouble.

That old saying comes to mind of "those that do not learn from history" applies here. You have people running around saying "government-run institutions are socialism", but what do you call greedy corporations? The same people that call for a "Free-Market System" never admit this concept is a very bad idea for consumers. Mayor Daley should take heed of what happened to other towns when they thought "privatization" was a good idea. Hell, he can even look at his disastrous experiments with this concept when he destroyed "parking as we know it".

Sure this is a "trail-balloon". You would want feedback on such idiotic ideas of this magnitude. Let me pull out my crystal ball and tell everyone what would happen if he went through with this. Water Bills will skyrocket. There, enough said. Even though I could go on and on about how they (private companies) will even cut back on treating the water. Other than that, if the Mayor thinks this will help a cash-strapped city, well folks, start digging wells.

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Sunday, November 15, 2009

Durbin, Quinn see economic boon :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Nation

Durbin, Quinn see economic boon :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Nation

A question for all republicans that are using the fear-mongering tactic. What does Rudy Giuliani (New York) know about Illinois? Answer: Not a Damn Thing. Mark Kirk, running on the republican side for the Presidents old Senate seat has also voiced his opposition to helping create jobs in his own State. What does he know about Illinois? Answer: Not a Damn Thing. And for all the rest of the "Out-Of-Town" mouth-breathers, shut the hell up.

A near-empty prison, in an economically depressed area needs job growth. Do you none-math understanding republicans understand that? 2,000 direct jobs at the facility. Another 1,000 potential jobs outside the facility. The same can be said for other States in similar situations. Yet for as far as the eye can see, we have a bunch of republicans telling the people of the United States, sorry, you are on your own when it comes to job creation, or trying to stop foreclosure on your home. I don't know about the rest of you, but I'm getting really sick of people that can't give me one good alternative for anything. The next press conference they give, they should just stand there and say no for a half an hour. After all, that's all they are saying for everything. They just stick a few more words in to drag out the event.

If just say No is the best you have, as opposed to coming up with better solutions, shut the hell up. How much louder do people have to yell in your deaf ears, jobs dummy, jobs? What part of "economic boom" you don't understand? The best you can come up with is the "having dangerous people on U.S. soil argument"? What, and who in the hell do you think are in prisons anyway? And by the way, why do you think they are called prisons?

If the people of Thomson let this opportunity of revitalization pass by out of shear ignorance, and fear-mongering, they deserve to have that place turn into a "Ghost-Town". Don't let a bunch of "we have no plan but say no to everything" ruin your chance of helping yourselves. Think people. Don't let these morons destroy your town. Remember, they DON'T live THERE. You do, and you know how to help it.

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Illinois prison in running to house Gitmo detainees :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Nation

Illinois prison in running to house Gitmo detainees :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Nation


Now this sounds like a very good idea. But as we all have grown accustom to republican opposition to everything the President says and does, it's no surprise they are also opposed to job creation.

Here we have a climate to generate some jobs in this depressed State, and these "just say no too everything butt-clowns, continue to stand in the way. It would be nice if they ever got off their fat, lazy behinds and asked the people living there, if they would like to see jobs come to their community. But all they can do, is play on people's fears.

Let me ask you. How many people have escaped from a "Maximum Security Facility" recently? How many murder's are currently locked-up in a "Maximum Security Facility"? And for the record, how many people live near an "Over-crowded Maximum Security Facility"? I haven't heard any complaints, have you? But here we have a bunch of do-nothing, just say no, brain-dead, elected bums, against any, and everything this administration comes up with.

This is simple people. This move helps the State, and people looking for employment. This attempt has nothing but improvement written all over it, for the State, the city, village, county, and people in the area.

So to the "Party of NO", shut the hell up, stay out of the way of progress, and continue with your rock carving's, as we the people continue evolving. What a bunch of knuckle-dragging Neanderthals.

Friday, November 13, 2009

http://www.suntimes.com/lifestyles/health/1882155,CST-NWS-smoking13.article

http://www.suntimes.com/lifestyles/health/1882155,CST-NWS-smoking13.article


Well people have to do something just to keep those idle hands busy. It's such a shame the study didn't go far enough and ask, what else do you smoke?

I'll bet anything marijuana smoking is on the increase also. Face it, with jobs being the number one issue, people will seek out habits, and vices because they are a little bit under stress. The same holds true with alcohol consumption. During bad time's, people seek relief, or anything to escape the reality of the moment. For some, it keeps them sane. For others, they just give up, and wish to remain under the influence of something.

If there is another round of "stimulus", those funds need, and should go directly to job creation. All this talk about a "new green economy" must bear fruit. In other words; fix the streets and highways, use those abandoned factories to begin the manufacturing of wind, solar, and any other "green" components needed to put people back too work. After all, Wall Street got its "bailout", now it's the "real people's" turn. If you can help them, you sure as hell better help us on the front-lines.

And a final note to the republican party. You better get on board and come up with some solutions, besides saying "No" all the time. "Just say No" didn't work on your so-called drug war, and it sure as hell isn't going to work when it comes to creating jobs. And don't give me that bull on building more "Nuclear Power Plants". How many high school kids are out there, that can't get into college have a degree in nuclear physics? None you douche-bags. For those kids to become successful, they need those good old "nose-to-the-grindstone" jobs that involve infrastructure repair, and maintenance. Give those idle hands something else to do besides smoke.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Chicago Cubs must pursue Curtis Granderson -- chicagotribune.com

Chicago Cubs must pursue Curtis Granderson -- chicagotribune.com


Enough of politics, let's talk baseball. Now should General Manager Hendry pursue Curtis Granderson, the White Sox will certainly stand a "snowballs chance in hell" of reaching another run for the World Series. There is no-way, shape, or form, the Tigers will deal this ball player to the Sox. Let's face it, they suck, and are divisional rivals.

Now if the Cubs pull this off, without trading Carlos Marmol,  there just may be some exciting times at Wrigley Field next year. Personally, if I were the owner, I'd tell my General Manager to get this player. This kid can play.

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Wednesday, November 11, 2009

CTA reaches deal to avoid big fare hike :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Transportation

CTA reaches deal to avoid big fare hike :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Transportation


Ah what the hell Governor. Please don't tell me and the rest of the people here that you are actually trying to do something many politicians are incapable of. That of course is, govern.

We have become so use to getting the short end of the stick, even with Mayor "stick-em-good-on-property-taxes" Daley. Now all of a sudden you want to spare us from paying more to ride the biggest polluters, next to commercial trucks the city and suburbs have to offer? Have you ever drove behind a bus lately Governor Quinn?

Come on don't let all of us down. Most of us were ready, and willing to fork over a straight 5 buck increase just to get this Mayor off, I should say, out of our pockets, until his next gouge the taxpayer scam. Having a Governor attempting to govern is very strange for this city, and state. Oh well, good luck with that.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

911 official resigns over blunder that cost $2 mil. :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: City Hall

911 official resigns over blunder that cost $2 mil. :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: City Hall

Well that's all fine, but what about the money Mr. Mayor? As if making a boat-load of money on the taxpayer's dime wasn't enough for this creep, he sticks us with another bill for two million.

I truly hope this robber isn't getting a pension, or any type of compensation for leaving this "too much money for a do nothing job" to begin with. Here's an idea Mr. Mayor. Freeze his assets at his bank.

We want all of our money back.

P.S. Stop hiring crooks. Oh wait, that's the only people you really know.

Monday, November 9, 2009

Davis pulls out of County Board President's race :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Politics

Davis pulls out of County Board President's race :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Politics

Well this decision was certainly the ultimate no-brainer.

Let me see. Do I want to run for a county seat that sucks, and may soon find swarmed with federal agents taking stacks of files? So much for the "paper reduction act". Or do I want to sit on one of the most "powerful committees" the federal government has to offer, with seniority?

Like most people with a glimmer of intelligence, the latter sounds so much better. Why on earth would anyone want to become County Board President? They would not be able to get the county running in a responsible fashion for a couple of years, because of all the "House-Cleaning" involved. Imagine all that time spent in court testifying against the chumps that have wrecked havoc, and swiped millions of dollars.

Yeah sitting on a federal committee is way much sweeter than having to deal with a major headache like County Board President. I hope whoever wins has the time for all those court appearances.

A no-brainer indeed.

Sunday, November 8, 2009

The 39 House Democrats who Voted Against Their Party's Health Care Bill -- Politics Daily

The 39 House Democrats who Voted Against Their Party's Health Care Bill -- Politics Daily


I wonder what were they thinking? Maybe these 39 are just ready to call politics quits. Maybe they voted against it because other democrats caved and went to the far-wing-nut-right, and decided it's best to tell adult women what to do with their bodies, even in the case of rape.

I say, they better have a good reason for voting against this historic bill. That old saying of "Hell have no Fury, Like a Woman's Scorn" is the ultimate payback. Anyway, it's up to the Senate now to merge the house version with their own, and put it on the Presidents desk for signing. Talk about the ultimate Christmas gift, health care for all. It is a "small step", but one that should have been taken under President Theodore Roosevelt.

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Police chief worries about mass retirement of officers -- chicagotribune.com

Police chief worries about mass retirement of officers -- chicagotribune.com


Well they should be worried. Even as I write this, there are douche-bags on the next block of Parkside selling dope, right down the alley of a police department district. The ultimate kicker, is that these dopes stand right in the alley, looking for when the police go about their daily patrols.

When they see a patrol car, or an unmarked, they run like roaches when the lights come on. My first thought, was can you be any stupider? Yet these dummies do this everyday, and night. In this age of "Big brother Watching" with cameras posted nearly on every major intersection, these clowns take it upon themselves to risk jail time, selling garbage just down the street from a police department.

Times must really be bad, if you have to go to such lengths. So worry away Superintendent, maybe one day our Mayor will stop wasting taxpayer money on his little frivolous pet projects, and finally shift the money where it is truly needed. But I guess we (the voters) must get a new mayor first.

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Friday, November 6, 2009

Naperville businessman charged with bribing 'city agent' :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Politics

Naperville businessman charged with bribing 'city agent' :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Politics


I guess I can file this story under the infamous WTF banner.


This is the alderman from, and supposed too, represent the Austin district, yet why on earth would he seek a seat on the "Aviation Committee"? Oh damn that's right, more pension money right? You can bet he's on there to prevent planes from flying over Austin residents homes, or apartments, shaking them into oblivion right? And besides, Austin is like 15 miles away from O'Hare Airport, give or take.

This "Naperville businessman" has to be ranked as one of the dumbest "alleged" criminals around. Seeking out an alderman that doesn't even live near the airport, should have been a heads up, especially if your looking to get a "deal" on location spots for "restaurants".

And besides, who in their right mind would want to eat near an airport with all that jet fuel soaked into their food?

WTF dummy?

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Three shot trying to detain South Shore burglary suspect :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Chicago Crime

Three shot trying to detain South Shore burglary suspect :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Chicago Crime

There's nothing wrong with preventing crime, but in this situation, calling the police first, is the best scenario as opposed to becoming a vigilante. The examiner's employee, according to reports didn't live in the building, but observed these individuals in the lobby.

Instead of alerting police of suspicious activity, this person takes it upon his-self to investigate, and inquire of the nature of the suspect's business in the building. Not a very bright move considering our Mayor has a handgun ban for law-abiding citizens. Yet criminals have access to guns, at the drop of a hat.

I guess my point about this unfortunate incident is simple. Call the police if you see any suspicious behavior. Never take matters into your own hands. After all, it's the criminals that have the guns, we don't.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Matt Farmer: Through the Looking Glass With Mayor Daley

Matt Farmer: Through the Looking Glass With Mayor Daley


I'm glad I'm not the only one that finds this Mayor a bit odd. I say it's time for fresh, young, in-tune with the times leadership.

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Monday, November 2, 2009

Deals keep sewage boss flush :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: The Watchdogs

Deals keep sewage boss flush :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: The Watchdogs


The hits just keep on rolling, don't they? If you are pulling in 80 grand a year, part-time, but make more money with companies doing work for the government, would it not be nice, or fair to just only take a 1 dollar per year salary from department of the city you work for?

Here's another question. Does this individual receive a pension along with that part-time city job? Now don't get me wrong, there is nothing wrong with making money. But a little common sense has some role here.

Mr. Mayor, this has been going on for over 10 years, and yet you fail to address this salary for part-time work in your budget slashing efforts. What is so wrong with asking this person to take a pay cut, when you knew what he was pulling in from his companies? Instead you hit the workers of this city that do "Real Work". How many others are there that have a similar "hook-ups" Mr. Mayor? Yet here you are getting "pissed" at State legislatures for giving seniors a "free-ride".

Talk about a "free-ride" WTF

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Lawmakers' failure to end free rides angers Daley :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Transportation

Lawmakers' failure to end free rides angers Daley :: CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Transportation


This article just speaks of hilarity in the future for King Daley. When this guy is voted out of office, and burns through his ill-gotten pension, he'll be the first screaming for a "free-ride". I take it he is still setting his biological clock back too when he was still 20 years old.

Newsflash Mayor, you are not a young man anymore, and your days of possibly riding a bus, may soon become a reality. Why do you hate seniors so much Mr. Mayor? Hell it if wasn't for seniors, you would not be here. They have paid their dues buddy, so cut them some slack. And by the way, what do you, and the honchos at CTA, and RTA do with all that money you get from advertising on those buses and trains?

Stop picking on seniors. They are the ones that busted their behinds, so their children would not have to go through the crap you are trying to pull. How much money do you need Mr. Mayor? Wasn't the rape job on the property taxes enough? The selling of the Skyway? The selling of Parking Meters? It's easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle Mr. Mayor, than for a rich man to gain entry into heaven. Haven't you learned anything? Or is seeing it happen, is what will wake you up?

Getting mad at lawmakers because they know what's right is really petty Mr. Mayor. Well sometimes they know what's right.

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