"CONGRATULATIONS to Seattle Police Chief Gil Kerlikowske for being chosen to head the Office of National Drug Control Policy. Along with the high federal appointments for King County Executive Ron Sims and former Gov. Gary Locke, Kerlikowske's appointment gives hope that experience from this part of America will influence national policy." New Drug Czar Gil Kerlikowske brings Northwest lessons http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/editorialsopinion/2008849773_edita13drugczar.htmlSomebody googled Gil Kerlikowski and David Icke and ended up at my blog. I had to know what Icke has to do with Kerlikowski, and what I found is Obama may name Kerlikowski as his Drug Czar. This article in the Seattle Times is over a month old:
He became the first department outsider to lead the Buffalo, N.Y., department in the 1990s, and left there for the deputy-director position in the Department of Justice's Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, a post he was appointed to by then-President Clinton, according to his biography on the Seattle Police Department's Web site.
Kerlikowske lists one of his accomplishments as the development of less-than-lethal force options for officers, equipping dozens of officers with Tasers. He also oversaw the installation of cameras in the department's patrol cars.
Currently, he serves as president of the Major Cities Chief's Association, which consists of police leaders from the country's 56 largest metropolitan areas.
He has been an advocate of gun control and fought to pass the assault-weapons ban and has championed closing the background-check loophole at gun shows.
King County Executive Ron Sims is under Obama consideration for a HUD position. All the Seattle crooks are heading to Washington DC! Maybe it's time to move back there.
I love Seattle, it was my first and only experience living in a "big city." Although I did head straight for the mountains when I was cut off from the Dawson lawsuit in April 2003 (and lead Dawson attorney Margaret Boyle has a lot to answer for someday. She's the one who sabotaged the case by taking out all the evidence of the TRAINING. The 9th appelate court denied the appeal based on the fact that there was NO EVIDENCE of training. You can't sue government employees for breaking the law very easily. What the court wants to see is that these employees were TRAINED to break the law.).
What if I move down to Seattle and start building gertees for the homeless people? That's where many of them live. My sister Sue and I went to the theater one night in the Seattle Center, we were all dressed up and giddy with the aftermath of a nice dinner with wine, when we passed about 200 people living underneath the cement walkway we were on. Both of us went silent and looked at each other ready to cry. That was before I was evicted and joined the ranks of the homeless. That was back when Jeri Dawson told me I din't have a clue what it meant to live on the streets. The only difference between me and the thousands of Seattle homeless is, I went to the woods. There's a perfect park in the University District on 5oth and E 15h Ave... Ravenna.. yeah. Or has Puget Sound Light Link Rail Planning Commission already destroyed the "Ave?"
Summer in Seattle? It's beautiful there when the sun shines... all except for the skies full of chem trails (which I haven't had to deal with here). And man, living in a gertee in Western Washington or up in the Cascades would be a piece of cake after gerteeing for 2 Alaska winters. Hrmmm.