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Chicago Ridge, IL

#21 Nov 30, 2012
RUFNKDNME wrote:
<quoted text>A bat to the head might help take care of this. Or not
Take your best shot Twinkie!
Runnin Things our Way

Chicago, IL

#22 Nov 30, 2012
RUFNKDNME wrote:
<quoted text>A bat to the head might help take care of this. Or not
all talk no action, ha, going to run the table in April too... just watch me errr us. Just move away
Ridge Rat

Chicago, IL

#23 Nov 30, 2012
Runnin Things our Way wrote:
<quoted text> all talk no action, ha, going to run the table in April too... just watch me errr us. Just move away
Are you an official Performance Party spokesman. This is a very interesting platform. This sounds a lot the kind of government they get in Harvey and Markham. Great for our property values. We are all a bunch of loser rednecks anyway.
Life Long resident

Oak Lawn, IL

#24 Dec 4, 2012
It will be a sad day when the Mayor announces his retirement - he has done lots of good things for Chicago Ridge but of course as with anyone only the bad gets pointed out and the good is said to be an act for personal gain - wonder why no new candidates have stepped forward
Life Long Resident too

Chicago, IL

#25 Dec 4, 2012
Life Long resident wrote:
It will be a sad day when the Mayor announces his retirement - he has done lots of good things for Chicago Ridge but of course as with anyone only the bad gets pointed out and the good is said to be an act for personal gain - wonder why no new candidates have stepped forward
you didn't know about the presumptive Mayor Chuck Tokar? He is running with Lynn Barker.
waknup

Evergreen Park, IL

#26 Dec 4, 2012
Life Long resident wrote:
It will be a sad day when the Mayor announces his retirement - he has done lots of good things for Chicago Ridge but of course as with anyone only the bad gets pointed out and the good is said to be an act for personal gain - wonder why no new candidates have stepped forward
good things?maybe you can give me a few examples,and lets try for the last ten years
Baldy

Chicago, IL

#27 Dec 5, 2012
waknup wrote:
<quoted text>good things?maybe you can give me a few examples,and lets try for the last ten years
Well Im happy, so theres one, Jacks prolly happy too, so theres two, what else matters?
waknup

Evergreen Park, IL

#28 Dec 6, 2012
Baldy wrote:
<quoted text> Well Im happy, so theres one, Jacks prolly happy too, so theres two, what else matters?
yep
So Sad Wa Knu Pee

Chicago Ridge, IL

#29 Dec 6, 2012
waknup wrote:
<quoted text>yep
So sad Lil Wa Knu Pee. All alone with no support system in sight. Like a lil ol ant trying to piss down a steel door.
Wa Knu Pee, if you're going to be a goof, you be the best Lil goof you can be!!!!!
Sunshine

Chicago, IL

#30 Dec 6, 2012
So Sad Wa Knu Pee wrote:
<quoted text>
So sad Lil Wa Knu Pee. All alone with no support system in sight. Like a lil ol ant trying to piss down a steel door.
Wa Knu Pee, if you're going to be a goof, you be the best Lil goof you can be!!!!!
What real life experience do you have? People donít want to know about other offices that Gene let you hold, Jack they want to know how you are going to be able to serve them in your elected capacity. You have always have your hand out. It is always about poor old you, when it should be about what you can do for the village. Since you are a well-known flunky and your guy is retiring, like you did you are done too. You canít you make hard decisions any better than you can handle your personal problems. What would a little research tell the village residents about you? Okay. Performance Party wins because Gene says so. That has nothing to do with you Jack. Two years.
Pat

Westmont, IL

#31 Dec 6, 2012
Too bad
No Gangsters

Chicago, IL

#32 Dec 11, 2012
Iím so disgusted with the Performance Party Gangsters running the village of Chicago Ridge. Without Mayor Siegel we will be screwed. The trustees and our new Mayor to be Chuck Tokar will be are getting richer while the village residents are suffering with higher taxes and village streets with terrible pot holes. This administration has financially ruined the village by squandering the surplus to raising taxes. They say the village is financially strapped and they are letting Police officers go. Iíve spoken to residents and they are terrified by the strong arm tactics that they use against the residents. They threaten residents into voting for their party if they resist they have the building code enforcers to their home writing up bogus code violations. So, I hope to ďGodĒ that next year the residents go out and vote those want to be gangsters out of office. We need to renew the faiths and hearts of the residents with a new administration of honest and community giving trustees.
Bozo

Chicago, IL

#33 Dec 11, 2012
Is that large drain pipe at the old Gas Stop part of the Alaskan pipeline?
DoubleDipDuty

Chicago, IL

#34 Dec 11, 2012
(50 ILCS 105/2a)(from Ch. 102, par. 2a)
Sec. 2a. Township supervisors and trustees. No township supervisor or trustee, during the term of office for which he or she is elected, may accept, be appointed to, or hold any office by the appointment of the board of township trustees unless he or she first resigns from the office of supervisor or trustee or unless the appointment is specifically authorized by law.

Since: Aug 10

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#35 Dec 11, 2012
Ima gonna get gene's job if he no want no more
All hail Mayor Nutbag!
Merry Christmas

Chicago, IL

#36 Dec 24, 2012
Performance Party wins because Gene says so, maybe in this election. That has nothing to do with you Jack. But look at it this way, Two years from now you will be able to spend even more time on the Golf Course and Chuck will still be Mayor. And you won't need to keep reading Topix. You can leave that to employed people who really are worried about the Village.
Merry Christmas Baby

Chicago Ridge, IL

#37 Dec 24, 2012
Merry Christmas wrote:
Performance Party wins because Gene says so, maybe in this election. That has nothing to do with you Jack. But look at it this way, Two years from now you will be able to spend even more time on the Golf Course and Chuck will still be Mayor. And you won't need to keep reading Topix. You can leave that to employed people who really are worried about the Village.
No maybe's about it!
He gone

Evergreen Park, IL

#38 Dec 24, 2012
Merry Christmas Baby wrote:
<quoted text>
No maybe's about it!
The maybe part is that Gene does what he always does and carries the trash out this one last time for Chuck and then the Know-Nothings have to actually get elected on their own.
Oaf

Chicago, IL

#39 Dec 26, 2012
Kinda like the Grinch,my stomach grew 3x this christmas....

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