At this moment, he was dodging questions from The Bay Citizen’s Gerry Shih.
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“I ask Ed Lee if he’ll keep giving exclu. intvus/news/polls to chron. Nevius comes up after, sez “maybe when you work for a bigger place’ Heh”
And somebody got arrested because Mayor Lee is an “oath breaker?” Didn’t see that. (Hope it wasn’t David Chiu!) Here are some peace officers outside of City Hall dealing with the aftermath of that little scuffle:
Here’s the audio of heckler Charles Kalish, addressing the Mayor: “Sir, are you going to step down?” Well, Chuck got carried away by six Sheriff’s deputies, I heard.
Anyway, it was over in a flash, with Ed journeying up to Room 200:
And, oh look, here’s a fresh statement from Senator Leland Yee:
“I have always said that whoever wants to run should run. I look forward to discussing the important issues facing our city with the interim mayor and finally seeing him at the candidate debates. While Ed Lee entering the race today is newsworthy, I am more focused on our campaign’s message to voters and continuing the dialogue we have had over the past 8 months. What I hear from the people of San Francisco is that we need to clean up City Hall and have a mayor who is independent of the power brokers. That is why I have released a 21-point ethics plan to restore the public trust and return city government to the people of our great city. Fighting for them is a promise I will keep as mayor.”
One of those “power brokers” referenced must certainly be Chinatown ward healer Rose Pak, but she wasn’t on the scene today in the basement of City Hall.
“Today there are many San Franciscans who are disappointed that Ed broke his promise,” he said. “For many months Ed Lee told San Franciscans one thing but it’s clear now he’s going to do just the opposite.”
On It Goes…