By Diane Benjamin
h/t a reader
City councils are supposedly non-partisan. We all know they aren’t. Everybody needs to quit pretending many of the local elected aren’t playing party politics instead of what is best for it’s citizens.
Bloomington’s mayor Tari Renner proves that point. I wonder if he is teaching this crap to his students at IWU?
Listen to the first 30 seconds, he doesn’t know he is live. You may want to play that 30 seconds a few times so you can catch the reactions of everybody else. Nobody seems too upset he is playing partisan politics at a non-partisan meeting:
Tari obviously thinks the electoral college should not exist. He obviously wants Democrats to win every presidential election simply because big cities have more population and more dependent democrats. We’ve seen Chicago Tari, thinking people don’t what the country turned into leftist utopia of bankruptcy, violence, lousy schools, and corrupt politicians.
This is a map by county of the 2016 election. Tari thinks all those red areas need to be taxed to death and ruled as slaves. That is what they would be, no candidates would ever care about anyone not living on the coasts. Our elections are 50 state elections to protect the minority. National popular vote elections mean minorities have no voice. Maybe Tari is still suffering from TDS.
This is who Tari was having that conversation with:
I wonder how Jenn can stand her buddy Jeff Crabill working for a corporation?
Capitalism isn’t a deity, it’s a way of life Jenn – as in how the country has existed for more than 200 years. Capitalism means you make something people want and they give you something you want in exchange. What can possibly be fairer – unless you want handouts instead? The biggest problem with capitalism is government attempting to usurp it.
Jenn is part of government. What corporation is running you? Maybe it’s a non-profit instead?