Here in Seattle, we want everything now. While that might not
have always been the case, this constantly expanding metropolis now
dictates we be in a constant state of impatience.
Rather than basking in the warmth of a beautiful Sunday in Seattle, a
large number of people instead got heated during what has been
described by many as a very frustrating Democratic legislative-district
No agencies ever use slogans for preventing
homeless people from dying — it’s quite the opposite. Quantifiable data
points are important. Survival? Not so much.
The last week has shown us how local governments work — or rather, don’t work for the public good.
Local government officials must moonlight as comedians — or at least
they should because Seattle traffic has become such a joke. But that
doesn’t stop officials from making the city the punch line of even more
It speaks volumes that Seattleites were more captivated by a man who
climbed an 80-foot sequoia tree in the middle of Downtown Seattle than by the visit of presidential candidate
and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.