Party of the century

Guess what is back in the limelight? That “rumored” party Kilpatrick had in 2002. Yea, the one with strippers and all. The one a stripper supposedly attended before her death.

I agree that every person killed deserves justice. At the same time, I am tired of hearing about this party. In a way, it represents the issue surrounding Kilpatrick that bothers me the most – his maturity. Do I think Kilpatrick has the potential to be an amazing politician. Heck yes. Am I comfortable with him “growing up” in office? No.

Our mayorial election is about a month away. I just got my newsletter from Jackie Curry reminding me to vote big. At this point, I am leaning towards one mayorial candidate, but have no clue with the city council candidates. This is an important election yet silence seems to be method of communication. I’ve heard more about hockey’s return than anything.

2 Comments so far

  1. wrong turn (unregistered) on October 7th, 2005 @ 10:47 am

    Kilpatrick is already an “amazing politician”, said with every negative connotation that politician implies, but he will never be a good leader.

    I don’t know if the mayor had a hand in killing the woman, I’m thinking that a person in her line of work may have encountered many dangerous and violent people besides just the mayor and his entourage, but if it was ever proved that Kilpatrick ordered a hit I would not be surprised.

    On a lighter note, have you seen the leading contender’s latest TV commercials? He is filmed standing at curbside looking at a pile of trash, all this not long after the mayor announced that bulk pickup will be eliminated after Christmas. This is no coincidence, but I won’t be wondering much about who will pick up the wrapping from our presents. A week after Christmas we’ll have a new mayor and bulk collection will resume.

  2. lance (unregistered) on October 7th, 2005 @ 5:09 pm

    There was only one such party?

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