NATO IN CHICAGO? A GOOD IDEA?

Would the NATO Summit in Chicago be a good idea? Make money and good PR? I don’t think so. In my opinion, this will be a mess and for the life of me, I can’t figure out why have it here or make this public? Why?

Why can’t they ( Washington ) have a private meeting and get it over with? Why make it public and get the bad elements that go with it? I do feel that we have rights to protest and question our government under the constitution. But when it turns into a riot, then that now cross that fine line that the police and national guard have to be called in. And they should be.

Why in any mind-set would you want to hold the city hostage to those who want to cause trouble and close businesses and expressways down costing money to many working people? We don’ t want radicals here and their troubles. Only have to look back at Oakland and the 1968 Democratic convention to not have this again.

I don’t know,  but Mayor Rahm dropped the ball on this one and I feel this is a plan to move attention from President Obama’s failure as President at the cost of Chicago. I hope people see this and no problems come to Chicago!

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