If breaking a campaign promise means saving constituents some money, I wouldn’t fault trustees. So says D.H. reporter Larissa Chinwah.
Obviously, the Daily Herald reporter has the same crystal ball that our SECRETIVE Village Board uses to look into the future of our finances in Carpentersville. This Australian citizen who must have some type of “economic Major” in “Voodoo Economics” has become a cheerleader for the present Carpentersville Village Board.
Aunt Brenda has changed her mind on the grand vision of Carpentersville’s Politburo. At first I thought that the bourgeois and counter- revolutionaries would have to pay a disproportionate amount to pay for the Public Works Building. But, now I realized that what is important is the comfort of our comrades at Public Works. Why should they, be inconvenienced by eating lunch in their work trucks or in cramped quarters and use porto-johns as other construction workers do in the bourgeois private sector. I say, “Let our Public Workers eat and relieve themselves in comfort!”