Tuesday, July 1, 2008
- Consider, but then reject, the idea of allowing camping in the parks during the DNC. The Mayor’s Extraordinary Event Powers could have included camping in the parks, but didn’t.
- Grant a permit, for “free speech” purposes, to a large group in City Park, since the City would be sued if it were denied.
- Attach 10 prerequisites, difficult if not impossible to comply with.
- The kids show up believing they have a permit, braving the park pollution, and having the right to speak freely. As “free speech” includes not saying anything, it may also include sleeping between bouts of speaking.
- The police/troops will attempt to enforce the arbitrary 11:00 pm curfew.
- They will use tear gas and other mass control weapons. (Brown Note?)
- Instant Chicago 1968.
- Follow with multiple lawsuits against the City. Injury, denial of rights, etc.
- City (that’s us folks) pays out millions for City transgressions.
Come on – folks, its only camping (and drinking and smoking dope and probably some singing and getting naked.) You don’t have to give them a permit, just don’t try to arrest them. Common sense must prevail.
at 3:08 PM
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