It’s Friday, let’s see what’s on your mind.
About the American and other elections, Fred said, “We seem to accept the fact that some politicians are morally deficient and ethically bankrupt.”
Eugene says we have to stop voting for political parties and start choosing individual independents.
About a murder charge being stayed because it took too long to get to trial, Alden says too many people confuse the words legal and justice.
Brian says it’s quite comforting to know you can be murdered and your killer can go free.
Jenna says our court system is an underfunded joke.
Lesley says victims are the real prisoners.
About City Council spending seven million on downtown bike lanes, Betty says it’s a shame to spend so much money on so few people.
Mike says, “And all 15 cyclists in attendance screamed in glee.” He wonders, if they can afford 7 million, doesn’t it mean they are overtaxing us to begin with?
And, Bobby says with that much money laying around, council should celebrate this unanimous vote with a round of $18 dollar glasses of orange juice.
Let me know what you think and have a great week-end.