Friday, January 07, 2011
I ALWAYS FEAR THAT SOMEBODY'S WATCHING ME
Just when you thought it could not get any more bizarre in the City, now we have a paranoid Mayor claiming he is being followed around by the Chief of Police HE PUT INTO OFFICE.
The Herald reports how "Regalado Believes Police are Watching Him," saying that the poor Mayor feels "threatened" and nervous about cars in front of his house.
The obvious question is, who's fault is this?
Who put the police chief there in the first place?
Ah yes, it was Mayor Regalado himself.
And now when the police chief has him by the short hairs, Regalado starts to cry and feel "threatened."
"There's a climate that is paralyzing the city," said Regalado
Who's fault is that asshole!
SEND IN THE BLACK CLOWN
Why do your own dirty work and take responsibility for anything when you can have an Uncle Tom House Boy do the dirty work for you?
And that's exactly what the Reverend Commissioner Dunn is doing for his Master Regalado.
"Commissioner Calls for Police Chief to Resign."
So exactly how many deaths did it take Reverend Dunn until you finally decided to act and call for the Chief's removal?
Remember back in the Summer when Uncle Luke and we demanded the Chief's resignation, where the hell were you?
But now that your Master Regalado is in deep shit with the police chief you all of a sudden wake up and start to call for the chief's ouster, six dead folks later.
Nice try house boy.
Adding insult to injury, the New Times picks up on a story that the Herald won't touch about Exposito's tough boys, "hunting" for criminals in the Magic City.
Fuck professionalism when you can have the two sizes too small shirts on your steroid enhanced body attitude of appetite for destruction patrolling our city streets.
This is what MPD is all about:
"Miami cops smoking stogies, busting down doors and cracking jokes.
"The tone throughout makes it clear: These guys are out for a fight.
"We hunt. That's what I like," an unnamed officer intones at the beginning of the clip. "I like to hunt."
When Regalado said that the City would respond to "violence with violence," he wasn't kidding!
WHERE THE FUCK IS BRAMAN?
We wonder what Billionaire Braman, who applauds Mayor Regalado's leadership skills, would have to say about all this?
What better evidence of Braman's recall efforts being a not-so-veiled attempt at revenge than his refusal to speak up on the meltdown at the City of Miami.
If Norman Braman were truly the civic crusader and savior he claims to be, he would call his buddy Regalado and tell him to step down, leave the business of running a city to someone that is competent.
But every day Braman goes after the "other Mayor" and continues to praise Regalado, it's just another day he reveals his true intent is not civic duty, but pure revenge.