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Aug 3, 2014 wsdw commented on Guest Editorial: Citizen Oversight Won't Suffer at All If We Vote for a Seattle Parks District.
@8 and others. Why does "stable funding" require a taxing cap that is nearly 4 times current levy and 2.5 very generous initial tax rate of MPA. You have to be really dumb if you don't think that has been done with the anticipation that it might be used for (1) a sport arena we don't want; (2) an extravagent waterfront park or (3) shifting all operations of parks out of general fund.
Aug 3, 2014 wsdw commented on Guest Editorial: Citizen Oversight Won't Suffer at All If We Vote for a Seattle Parks District.
Sure glad the MPA as presented hasn't got a cat's chance in hell of passing but really mad that the MPA hasn't been configured in such a way that it could.
May 2, 2014 wsdw commented on Time to Fight Back.
Wouldn't it be great if KC Metro could focus on maximizing the number of bus hours within their budget? Might actually have happened had not BEN SCHIENDELMAN rushed to get them more money.
May 2, 2014 wsdw commented on Murray Announces Minimum Wage Plan So Complicated Reporters Can't Understand It.
If the "Reporters Can't Understand It" they must be pretty dumb
Dec 18, 2013 wsdw joined My Stranger Face
Dec 18, 2013 wsdw commented on Fuck the State.
It seems equally likely Seattle voters will both support spending their own money on transit and theirs and everyone else's on more roads across the state. That is not a particularly bad outcome for the Senate Republicans
 

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