Saturday, January 13, 2007
Twin Cities Answer To Increased Crime:
More Peace Buses; More Lemonade Stands?
Mayors: St. Paul Kommissar Koleman / Minneapolis Socialist Rybak
So the chief Meddlers In Everyone's Life dislike being told - or getting advice - from others? (Click on story : GOP tells Twin Cities to use aid for crime).
Oh, this one is rich, so rich! Creamy, gooey, chocolately, nougat-filled Rich! (uppercase/bolding emphasis mine):
[Minnesota] House Republicans had a message Wednesday for St. Paul and Minneapolis: Use
ALL YOUR STATE AID TO MAKE YOUR STREETS SAFER.
The two cities had a quick response: Butt out of our business.
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak and St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman have (especially Rybak), for the past year, appealed to the State begging for help in solving their skyrocketing crime problem, especially in Minneapolis.
So now these two Little Stalinists dislike being told where they should spend their state aid, huh? Hmmmm, you don't like being told what to do? Join the club.
Maybe the House Republicans suggested this because of the history of each city to, in recent years, fail in combatting their escalating crimewaves.
In other words Mayors Coleman and Rybak, some legislators and Taxpayers are sick and tired of seeing you and your cities fail to handle what is a city problem and your ever increasing reliance on the State to do the work for you.
Whattsamatter Mr. Rybak, isn't all that crime in Minneapolis being solved and reduced by the Amazing Peace Bus?
You mean the The Lemonade Stand isn't the crime-fighting tool you thought it would be?
I know... Rybak wants to spend state aid on TWO Lemonade Stands and a SECOND Peace Bus? Why, that'll really combat the Minneapolis crime, won't it!
Yeah, right...that's why Rybak begged for the State Patrol to police the streets of Minneapolis, not because Minneapolis didn't have money to fight crime, but because the money the city did receive was spent foolishly.
Like on a Peace Bus and a Lemonade Stand. How's that workin' for ya, "R.T."?
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