Posted: January 25th, 2013 by Militant Libertarian
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That…Is a beautiful sight to behold.
[...] speaks for itself. An appropriate neighborly [...]
[...] at 10:15 on January 26, 2013 by Karen De Coster This speaks for itself. An appropriate neighborly gesture for the local politician? [...]
[...] This speaks for itself. An appropriate neighborly gesture for the local politician? [...]
The councilman should be happy to have a house with such a wonderful view.
What city is that? The foothills come right up to east Salt Lake or is it somewhere else.
A politician behaves like a politician…and elicits the only appropriate response.
Isn’t it entirely possible that if Councilbully Easton had simply TALKED to his new neighbor, explained the problems he had with the current home design, and perhaps had offered some $$$ for the time and trouble of design alterations during building, all of the bad feeling would have been avoided?
Like all politicians, Easton had to throw his weight around, and force his unilateral “solution” to the issue.
He (and his city council) got exactly WHAT HE DESERVED!
PEACE AND FREEDOM!!
This belongs on the lot across the street from the white house. LOL!
What city is this in? I live in Utah and would love to shake this man’s hand.
This gives new meaning to the phrase “fingering a government official”.
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