The disjointed and chaotic content makes for a terrible Haiku, but perhaps the thought experiment serves a more productive purpose than ceaselessly banging one’s head against a wall in trying to comprehend the actions of government:
Car camping in Seattle,
Needles transcend urban art,
Dreams die in Boise.
Similar to leftist policy architects bestowing more rights upon dangerous criminals than law abiding citizens, the very liberal 9th Circuit court of appeals ruled against the Idaho capital city, by opening up the floodgates of a terrible precedent in permanently hindering efforts to remove vagrants from public spaces, reports the Idaho Statesmen. The public perception of park is being morphed from a recreational greens area for individuals and families, to an adult nursery school, full of tents and sleeping bags, and sidewalks are now residences. The decision marks yet another incorrigible adoption of policy in a series of aggressive and retched attempts by public officials in fanning the flames of festering issue in order to protect union pension funds- a decrepit and rotting illogical tree of policy which began in 2014 with the city of Portland forced to give sidewalk sleepers a 24-hour notice to vacant temporary urban residences, followed by a Superior court judge this year ruling that car campers are immune to criminal sanctions, and the most recent heinous ruling in Boise allowing homeless to permanently inhabit parks. This follows a recent investigative report by the Seattle Times confirming that Seattle police officers are told to look the other way when encountering individuals shacking up on public property.
The egregious and subversive nightmare of the homeless industrial complex certainly adheres to the lowlands of western Washington, however, the politics in Idaho are decidedly right-minded, which makes the efforts of the 9th Circuit court even more suspect and inexplicable. But, then again, the court is referred to as the “9th circus court” by pundits and proud Americans alike.
Examining an imagined flowchart of vagrant migratory patterns in the western US, the series of webbed intersecting lines which flow directly from metropolitan areas such as Phoenix, where the city has no tolerance for human piles of debris, used drug needles and waste scattered throughout the downtown corridor, to Portland, Seattle, and now Boise, as elected officials welcome the masses with open arms and dreams of a river of solid gold in the sum of hundreds of millions of dollars overflowing the civic coffers, as tax payer funds top off the sickening fiscal wetlands in unleashing a bureaucratic creature of epic proportions. Adding insult to injury, lawmakers in the state of Washington, and gun control lobbyists, used the liberal tendencies of the state Supreme court to allow a flawed initiative to proceed to the November ballot, which makes gun owners accountable for crimes committed with stolen firearms. In other words, public safety and reason, are not the priorities of civil servants, rather the forwarding of a one-sided agenda dominates the premise for an elected term.
The simple fix to the homeless problem is to unseat the idealists during the next election cycle. However, the problem is ingrained within the systematic paradigm shift of political philosophy in the legal system over the last two decades, effectively resulting in the appointment of judges displaying a left-leaning bias. As with the rulings by the 9th Circuit court and the Washington Supreme court, where logical was replaced by the visceral, the official white legal flag has been raised in surrender, that no solutions exist in a dystopian of nightmare of unchecked government infrastructure. For those who are hopelessly damaged and destined to a nomadic and dangerous lifestyle this is a tragedy, and the remainder of the functioning idoctrinated vagrants can celebrate with politicians and union leaders in a boisterous and joyous parade of vans and campers through downtown culminating in a massive orchestrated parking effort, and claiming every free space, as the tax payers are forced to pay $10 per hour in a garage to attend jury duty.
Read the Idaho Statesman story here.
Read the Seattle Times article here.