The. Rent. Is. Too. Damn. High! - Page 2

A record breaking conservative private donor puts the onus on progressives to show up on November 2nd


All this in one of the most progressive cities in America? If we are under attack from conservatives in San Francisco on some of the most fundamental issues of our city, it's no wonder the Tea Party is raging in the rest of the country.

Now more than ever we need labor, progressives, and renters to come together to fight back by voting Tuesday, Nov. 2. Harvey Milk once said, "Give 'em hope." Show us that hope on Election Day by voting for progressive supervisors, rejecting Adachi's so-called pension reform, and opposing the so-called sit/lie ordinance. Remember to vote and vote for Debra Walker in District 6, Rafael Mandelman in District 8, No on B, No on K, No on L, and Yes on J and N.

Gabriel Haaland is a local queer labor activist.




Thanks for this news tip and important analysis. Let's keep SF safe and affordable for everyone!

Posted by HK on Oct. 27, 2010 @ 10:11 am

>Let's keep SF safe and affordable for everyone!

Just speaking from my own experience, it's at least 8 years too late for that.

Take a tip from me and get out of SF before you forget what it feels like not to have doors continuously hitting you in the ass.

Posted by Joshua Clement Broyles on Nov. 01, 2010 @ 4:13 pm

Great editorial -- but don't forget to vote for Tony Kelly in District 10 as well. The poorest district in the city also deserves a progressive Supervisor!

Posted by Isaac Bowers on Oct. 27, 2010 @ 3:53 pm

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