The owner has been rude to me too many times. Although the food is decent, I don't feel welcome and the owner and staff are beyond abrasive.
Too funny. Like the mayor and his staff have nothing better to do than answer frivolous and very time-consuming requests for information. Poor news guy using his poison pen because he didn't get his way. Waaaa.
The boy chairman whose only credentials are a brief Olympics brush and a political Dad, has 'strategically' determined that those with the money make the party decisions. How un-refreshing.
This article is a complete embarrassment to the Indy. I have enjoyed this weekly until the mayoral election, when Ms. Zubeck began writing amateurish and empty articles meant only to harm. Yet when the articles are ignored or don't harm enough, she just repeats herself, hoping desperately for somebody to take her seriously.
Truly embarrassing. The Gazette may be old fashioned, but their reporter, Mr. Chacon, has risen above the political fray to write fair and unbiased articles. I wish the same could be said for the Indy. Ms. Zubeck really doesn't belong with you guys. You're better than this schlock.
These guys are speaking up, not because Mr. Bach is 'in trouble', but instead because it's difficult to sit on one's hands while a calculating, defensive, candidate hurls mean-spirited, half-truths at his opponent. It's never right to walk away from a friend who is getting his teeth kicked in by the school-yard bully. Paige and Laugesen obviously have the strength of character to speak up for the truth, which it appears is more than we can say for Bahr, Gilmore, and Gallagher.
But honestly, who really wants Gallagher's endorsement?
This article is shockingly pointless and vapid. There is no story here. No smoking gun. Just 30-year-old dirty laundry. Really?
captal--I'm sorry my post caused such an inflammatory response from you. But please do, in the future, consult a dictionary before responding--as my questioning your rudeness toward Mr. Bach's children did not actually constitute vitriol or abuse. My post only suggested there are other more kindly ways to make a point--without hurting or causing harm to others. Polite discourse and common courtesy should always prevail in debate. Good day.
So it's not enough for you captal, to see Mr. Bach's children suffer from these lies--you had to sling your own rudeness and ignorance on them too. Anonymity makes it so easy to be hateful.
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