Slots task force won't endorse - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review The Pittsburgh Gaming Task Force is expected to release its recommendations for a casino in the city without endorsing any of the three applicants, but pointing out pros and cons of each proposal.Weenie's hardly ever endorse or take a stand. Non-democratic people can't vote either. It takes a backbone to vote and hold elections. Then things get "harry" -- as life should be. You can't control once you have real democratic discussions and freedoms to call for votes. So, you take the easy way and don't vote.
Furthermore, this group is "self appointed" by the old guard -- and they are marginal at best. They have no charter. They have no open meetings, minutes, published agendas, and formality that would hold up should there be a vote. The spit they swap as weenies is the only thing that binds them.
If everyone has an opinion -- then this body is nothing.
When you vote -- you don't need to 'agree.' I agree that Bob O'Connor is my mayor. But, I didn't vote for him. I accept the facts -- I move on. Life goes on.
The slots discussion has become 'politicized' -- duhh. Politics is a part of life. Get over it. Or, put your weenie buns in some other neighborhood.
Then you want to call a press event and still not have the final report. Talking out of both sides of your mouth can then happen easier. Another classic weenie move.
For help with its analysis, the task force turned to former U.S. Treasury Secretary Paul H. O'Neill, who lives in Pittsburgh. He attended the group's closed-door meeting last week with the backers of the Harrah's casino.
My quote: "Paul O'Neill is an extremely good thinker in the weenie world."
I would NEVER go into a closed door session with those weenies. I'd be glad to help them with their public problem -- in public -- in the open.
Courage crumbles, again. Weenies wiggle, as expected.