Postulation: The People Who Want a Fence Around the McKinley Statue in the Panhandle Have Stopped Cleaning Up Its Graffiti

You see, because they’re wanting to make the case for putting up a fence, right?

So, it’s better to leave the graffiti up until our City Family gets what it wants, right?

We’re through the looking glass, people!

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2 Responses to “Postulation: The People Who Want a Fence Around the McKinley Statue in the Panhandle Have Stopped Cleaning Up Its Graffiti”

  1. Einstein says:

    Here’s an idea, put the statue in storage, next to the statue of King Carlos III. After all, why does a city that fancies itself liberal display a president who favored imperialism in the guise of liberation while refusing to display the statue of the king who reigned when San Francisco was founded?

    San Francisco is peppered with monuments to a dark era in its history.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    Indeed.

    Hey, why not get rid of the statue but leave the steps?

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