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I would have been willing to tell them who did it for $64,500. They're just throwing out tax money down the drain.
O'Brien? Don't make me laugh. Sawant?
@Ansel - you guys dropped the ball reporting on the cities master dog plan. So far one mention in the daily news round up, and that mention was incorrect. It said Seattle might improve/increase the amount of beach access, which the plan explicitly recommends against.
There is new warped form of political currency these days, it is based-off of how grieved, offended, victimized and triggered a person can get when someone says or does something that contradicts their 'Generation Snowflake' point of view.
If I've triggered any of you, please feel free to go to your safespace. Maybe you can get trigglypuffs autograph.
Second, Ed Murray is NOT a progressive democrat. He is, at best, a middle-of-the-road centrist democrat who is brought half-way to the left kicking and screaming only after appointed blue-ribbon commissions arrive at a consensus to compromise on what should be done on any given issue.
At least blame the one one who leaked the contract, not the reporter it was leaked to. But even the one who leaked it didn't make Murray piss away $65,000. Murray made that choice, and he didn't have to.
And yes, ditto @20 - Murray is no progressive. He's a centrist at best, DINO when it suits his control-freak tendencies. This establishment candidate is worthless.
For what it's worth, Ed Murray hasn't gotten my vote since he voted to give Microsoft amnesty on over a billion dollars in evaded state software-license-royalty taxes and penalties at the height of the state budget crisis, back in 2010. (Ditto for Jamie Pedersen and Frank Chopp.) As for what he's done since becoming mayor, if you like it, I guess you must be a Seattle property owner who never has to drive or take the bus anywhere.