Kalkaska Mayor demonstrates common sense by not engaging in unwinnable enterprise.
I just love it.
If someone said “hey come on by for a bit, cause we want to humiliate you, kick your grapes, and pour shame syrup all over you,” the usual response from squishy politicos, would be “can I bring the sprinkles?” Tis true. That is essentially what has happened in the past.
It goes like this:
- 1. Politico or popular figure says or does something considered politically incorrect, or off-colored.
- 2. Rage from community, usually driven from those who simply don’t like that politico. Because .. words.
- 3. News outlets, always looking for the next hand out of humble pie pile on with sensationalized reporting, never taking a position, but carefully framing the events.
- 4. Politico, feeling pressure from all side caves in, and feeds the beast.
Few can take the onslaught of abuse, usually delivered by the crazy left in a way that would make Saul Alinsky proud.
“Humor is essential to a successful tactician, for the most potent weapons known to mankind are satire and ridicule.”
We already know the lefties ain’t too humorous up in these here parts. There isn’t really much else for them.
But ridicule and belittlement of an opposing viewpoint (albeit expressed in a pointed manner) is SOP in the apocalyptic age of Trump and even for some time prior. Conservatives or traditionalists who hold unyielding positions are a threat to the new world order of “you can’t say that.”
Unfortunately for the progressive clowns in their mental midgetry, the circus is absolutely nothing without the high-wire performer. The guy who has been performing without a net so very well already, also has the ability to know that the next act involves water cannons while traversing the span.
That probably didn’t seem too appealing to Jeff Sieting and the rest of the high flying troupe, so they decided not to perform. From UpNorth live
Wednesday night, many residents were upset after a meeting to talk about the impact of those comments was cancelled
Dozens of concerned people packed into the village offices but when it was time for the meeting to start, a council member announced they didn’t have enough council members to hold the meeting.
According to the rules, the village needs four council members to hold a public forum and only three showed up.
Say it with me: ‘There was built up An-tic-i-pa-tion. ”
And with all the press in attendance, it was the greatest middle finger to the ongoing nonsense that could have been flipped. No one in attendance had any idea that this special meeting called by the three progressives on the Kalkaska commission could possibly have been blown off.
No doubt amidst the thumb sucking and puppy therapy afterwards, new plots to pay the mayor back for such open humiliation were developing in their childlike minds. When they figure what their plans will be, it will be no doubt be passed along to willing collaborators.
As soon as they can scribble it out with their crayons.