Thursday, July 16, 2015

Why not talk to Fox News?

SF Weekly thinks Supervisor Wiener's rejection of an attempted interview by a Fox News reporter was "heroic." What's heroic about insulting Fox News in San Francisco? And why not talk to people you disagree with? 

While he's at it, Wiener ought to explain the city's sanctuary policy to the rest of us here in Progressive Land. 

In the video Jane Kim provided more evidence that she's a birdbrain, citing defective gun control laws as the main issue in the killing of Kathryn Steinle, even though the murder weapon was stolen, not bought by the perp.

I'm a Democrat, but once again it's up to conservative Debra Saunders in the Chronicle to show that not all San Francisco residents are morons.

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At 5:02 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

the city policies killed this poor woman

At 11:02 PM, Anonymous Vince said...

Now the whole nation gets to see what an in-bred and cretinous political class we have. I suppose this is what a one-party town gets you.

At 4:21 PM, Blogger Rob Anderson said...

What should happen now: a hearing before the Board of Supervisors to thoroughly discuss the issue, with the participation of all parties---the mayor, the sheriff, ICE, and the public---to figure out what went wrong and how to put it right.

At 6:09 PM, Anonymous sfthen said...

Huffington Post has moved coverage of the Donald Trump political campaign to the Entertainment section. One assumes this means that Trump has now joined the coverage of San Francisco politics, e.g., the Wiener and the Naked Men, etc.

Sounds about right.

At 2:36 PM, Blogger Rob Anderson said...

I've always seen the US political process as in large part "entertainment." But the problem with the Huffington Post's statement is that it let's the Republican Party off too easily, since Trump is representative of a significant part of that party and not just an outlier. He's even leading in some of the polls.


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