If the SFMTA Had Been in Charge of Fighting World War II, We Would Have Lost World War II – Fulton Street

Together forever, in  Ignatius Heights from a few days back:

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PS: MUNI sucks. And San Francisco’s “strong Mayor” systems sucks as well. Perhaps there’s a relationship there…

PPS: Speaking of which, Mayor Ed Lee’s approval rating is now in the 40′s and MUNI’s on-time rating is down in the 50′s. Perhaps there’s a relationship there…

PPPS: An on-time rating is a fairly stupid way to keep track of MUNI, but it’s what we have so oh well.

And no one’s been lying
‘Cause we don’t lie any more

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One Response to “If the SFMTA Had Been in Charge of Fighting World War II, We Would Have Lost World War II – Fulton Street”

  1. sebra Leaves says:

    That sounds about right. 40% for the Mayor and 50% for the agency he controls. Now go take a look at the other agencies controlled by the Mayor’s office and you will see a real correlation. Time for a restructuring of the powers at City Hall. Question is, which candidates running for Supervisor are ready to vote for a Charter Amendment that would allow them to take back some of that control?

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