Good, his memory has had its day in the sun.
guys, there is hardly any disrespect or ignoring your sense of loss, as I said, he was a local icon and he has a place in your hearts so who faults you for taking a day to mourn him and/or celebrate his life.
However, there surely are more newsworthy issues (ebola, the vote, Canadian shooting, the debate, the
shooting over in the Highland park area, as well as others' passing) than the passing of a local radio personality. It has been said, it is time to let the dead bury the dead and move on to helping the living.
You are right about one thing, however, in the larger perspective, there is not a lot of extra time for sentimentality. There is too much to do.
I hear he was a great guy, but it seems like there should be more newsworthy issues in the city than the passing of a dj?
right on the point, ibshame
To put it more directly, you created a problem to solve your problem that few African Americans, Hispanics or low income people vote RED.
fairmon, Because it worked that way for years with no problem
Anyone who can present a voter registration card or their name, legal address and attest that the card or address is true and they are a legal resident should be able to vote with no restriction.
At least you lack of patriotism is consistent jack
Choosing a trusted associate to stay on top of the crisis is crazy? Like I said you have nothing useful to say on this issue
ols tjd asks if the President's pick is "prudent?"
President Obama is a very intelligent person. It appears from "unofficial sources" he is livid at the lax response by CDC and others in Texas and has acted to put someone in charge who has management skills to assess and provide good advice and direction so the President can deal with all the other crises you REDS complain about.
If President Obama feels this is the right guy I'm ok with it. If we all are in this together to support the government taking adequate precautions rather than making inane political points you ought to be supporting him as well.