SF Democrats Cancel
Tonight's Meeting Fearing Nudists?
When the going could get tough, the sissies at the San Francisco Democratic County Central Committee get up on a chair as if they'd seen a mouse and shriek in fear.
Yesterday I blogged about the intentions of local beautiful nudists and myself to attend tonight's monthly DCCC meeting. There was also a story in the SF Examiner about the body freedom activists making plans to address the Democrats.
Instead of going ahead with tonight's forum, it simply won't happen and for quite a lame last-minute excuse:
Due to unforeseen permitting and scheduling issues with the State Office Building's Milton Marks Auditorium, the S.F. Democratic County Central Committee has had to cancel its regular meeting for Wednesday, November 28, 2012. As soon as a date, time and location are chosen for a new meeting, it will be properly re-noticed, and an updated agenda packet will be posted here.
Our apologies for any inconvenience.
If you believe permitting problems are the reason why the scaredy cats of our local Democratic Party won't be hearing from the general public tonight, can I interest you purchasing the deed I have to the Golden Gate Bridge?
Cancelling the meeting is so in keeping with how San Francisco electeds of all kinds fear voters and directly hearing our concerns.
Since no members of the Board of Supervisors, including progressives John Avalos and David Campos who are also members of the DCCC, hold regular interactive question time events in their districts with the public, even though they want robust question time with Mayor Ed Lee, there won't be an opportunity to publicly ask them about tonight's cancellation.
Lemme know when regular, small "d" democratic engagement events open to all between electeds and the general public become an integral part of the local political scene. Perhaps 2013 will be the year voters force our electeds to get with the democratic engagement program.