John Budziszewski Has to Go

November 7, 2016 at 10:03 pm Leave a comment

Tomorrow’s the big day. You have a choice to make. Before you do, please be informed. You can’t trust someone in a local race just because they ascribe to a certain party. These are non-partisan races. Now, I’m not a name caller, but I’m going to reblog this because it does show some important character traits about one of the candidates. Character is everything. This blog post caused a lot of controversy in the day, so be warned, and vote smart.

Community Solutions MN

By Andrew Richter

The June 17 Crystal City Council meeting was full of fireworks. This wasn’t a pre 4th of July celebration, it was debate about how to fund mill & overlay projects. I’m not going to get into the issue here. If you want to know more about it you can listen to our interview with Mayor Adams HERE. In this post I want to focus on is the behavior of one person on the council.

You can tell a lot about a person by their body language. I was watching council members faces while other people we talking. Even though this was a passionate debate, I thought for the most part it was respectful. The one person who acted like a total jerk was section 2 councilman John Budziszewski.

When he was first elected, I didn’t know what to make out of Budziszewski. He was quiet, mild-mannered…

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