First it was a proposal for a series of “free” government-sponsored pizza parties in a diabolically unabashed vote-buying scheme.
That was followed by co-opting Charlottesville city hall for a hyper-partisan, pro-Obama healthcare rally.
Next, she publicly slammed nTelos, a perfectly good company, just for being a “corporation.”
Then it was advocacy of “free” porta-potties for the law-breaking occupiers of Lee Park.
Now, she’s done it again.
During a March 18, 2013 City Council discussion of the Charlottesville Tree Commission, Democrat Szakos—self-styled defender of the poor and down trodden—said that Charlottesville’s low-income residents “don’t know a tree from a brick.” (see video above)
This Freudian slip of monumental proportion may damage Szakos’ re-election chances as she faces a five-way battle for two open slots in the upcoming Democrat City Council primary.
As a result of her loose lips and borderline-insane policy decisions:
- Could Kristin Szakos be “Talliaferro’d” by her own party?
- Might Kristin Szakos be denied the coveted “Mayor of Charlottesville” crown, that which she previously deferred to Satyendra Huja in a Bollingesque, off-record transaction?
- Will Kristin Szakos be the odd man out on primary day?
All blunders, corruption and shady deals aside—may the best man win, Kristin—and keep telling us what you really think!