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San Francisco Mayor Admits the City Is a Basket Case

We’ve said many times on these pages that San Francisco has gone from being a paragon of progressive success, to a dirty, overtaxed, crime-ridden, and the world’s largest homeless shelter hell hole in just the past decade.

We’ve all seen the waste and filth (literally) unchecked liberal policies have wrought on the City of San Francisco, and many people are leaving the city because of it.  It’s devastating to see. In a recent interview with the New York Times discussing the many issues facing San Francisco, Mayor London Breed was asked if “bloated” is the best way to describe San Francisco’s bureaucracy. She replied by saying:

“It is definitely bloated. I think that’s the biggest obstacle to the challenges we experience — bureaucracy. It’s telling you five different ways why you can’t do something. Years and years of solving for issues that aren’t issues anymore.”

Good for Mayor Breed. The first step to recovery is to admit you have a problem. Now, Mayor, please clean it up!

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