Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Meanwhile In Fort Worth & Other Locations Dominated By Dimwits

I saw that which you see here, yesterday, via the Seattle Times.

45 new restaurant openings in Seattle.

Will the economic devastation from that $15 minimum wage ever cease?

Meanwhile, in Fort Worth and other locations dominated by dimwits...

Oh, why bother.

So, next week I am going to be seeing Seattle and much of the Western Washington Pacific Northwest zone in person for the first time in almost a decade.

I will get to eye witness, up close, the horrific results of an area of America dominated by well educated liberal progressives, as contrasted with what I see in less well educated conservative, non-progressive areas of Texas, such as Fort Worth, where little happens, slowly.

Such as attempting, for years, to build little bridges over dry land connecting nothing to nothing over nothing. Or decrepit parks allowed to fester in utter decrepitude year after year after year, such as Fort Worth's embarrassing boarded up celebration of the town's apparently limited heritage, Heritage Park.

I will be staying for a few days in Tacoma, a town where the streets have sidewalks, on both sides of the street, with a landscaped barrier, in most locations, between street and sidewalk.

What a concept. Sidewalks. Probably something those damn liberal progressives came up with, deranged mental midgets that they be.

One can only wonder how much more their economy would be booming if Seattle, and Western Washington, had not raised the minimum wage to such an economy stifling level...

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