John Budziszewski Owes Us Answers

August 10, 2014 at 9:39 am 2 comments

By Andrew Richter

Here’s John Budziszewski’s new campaign literature (I guess anyway). I don’t know how he got this since he has no campaign expenses even though at the bottom his campaign paid for it.

Notice a few things;

*He is still claiming he is against tax increases despite voting for one on July 15 with the mill & overlay project being funded 40% from the budget and 60% from a tax assessment (so it was two tax increases). So Mr. Budziszewski what are you going to cut so that the 40% isn’t a tax increases like you claim? What are your ideas? Yeah none right!

*He’s DFL endorsed. This is important here in a non-partisan race. He’s so desperate for re-election that he has to have state representatives door knock for him. So if he says he’s going to “listen to you” just remember that if he wins he will owe it to the DFl so good luck getting him to listen.

*He says that voting for him is “yes to diversity and inclusion on the council.” What the hell does that mean? How is a vote for you a vote for diversity? It sounds like DFL code words to me to divide people by gender and race, same old DFL tactics.

Isn’t this guy a jewel? I’d call him names but I don’t want any council members to wet their pants at a council work session so I’ll let this awful and untrue literature speak for itself and I’ll sit and wait for Budziszewski to give us answers. We’ll be waiting for a while…….



Entry filed under: City Government, Community, Crystal.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Julie Deshler  |  August 10, 2014 at 8:14 pm

    Now, I’m curious too,…What is Council inclusion? Seriously, I thought that volunteering in the Community, actually leaving my house to engage with the Community… listening to what concerns residents have everyday single day, face to face, no matter when..,election time or not, was being all inclusive!

  • 2. wants2know  |  August 10, 2014 at 8:25 pm

    There is something ironic about a white guy in the middle income range claiming to represent a picture of diversity and inclusion on the Council in a city of retired blue collar workers and young starter home buyers, Don’t you think?


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