When is enough enough?

The Inspector General’s office has demanded the firing of a zoning inspector who embellished his resume- claiming he was a construction forman at the time he was ten years old.  It seems his application was pushed through because his father was a friend of one of the Zoning Board Assistant Administrator.

When is enough enough?  Since 2007, several Zoning Department members have been charged in a bribery scandal.  How long do we have to put up with this blatant corruption and patronage?  Alderman claim there is no need for reform, Daley just keeps adding costly layers of bureaucracy to insulate himself- just like the Mob.  The game goes on.  Year after year, decade after decade, generation after generation- going back to this towns inception.

Chicago is the most thoroughly corrupt city in America.  It is a felonocracy that knows no bounds- a cornucopia of corruption.  Unfortunately. reporting on corruption and actually doing something about it are two vastly different things.

There is really only one solution.  Replace this disgraceful mayor and every single alderman.  But, the media, big and small business, and so called community organizations will endorse Mayor Malaprop and his loyal dunces, or their replacement morons, again.

Real change means real change.  In order to change this totally corrupt system, the people in it must be changed.  The time is now.  Republicans have a long history of reform and starting good government reform movements in Chicago.  It is time for us to stand up and be heard.  We have a historical and moral responsibility to go after the grifters, grafters, and organized criminals in the Democratic Party and chase them from office.

Let us show them there is a groundswell of voices for reform.  Let us prove them wrong.  Chicago is finally ready for reform.


About Peter V. Bella

Peter V. Bella is a passionate cook and photographer. Mr. Bella started cooking as a child with his parents. He has taken professional courses through the years. Mr. Bella a a freelance photojournalist and writer based in Chicago.
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