Residents of State Street Condo Told To Leave Chicago During NATO Summit
"I can't just leave my garage whenever I want. They'll be holding us hostage in here," said resident Sebrina Krielinger.
"I'm inconvenienced by parades and a lot of other things. I can't get out on the day of the Thanksgiving Day parade. So that's just a part of city life," said Lunz.
Patriots: Do you really understand how much people are willing to endure so long as they are permitted to have cable and a roof overhead, while willingly paying at least 60% of their income to various taxes?
The people in this particular condo are not low-income. They are not food-stamp FSA, but they are FSA. They want their Social Security and Medical benefits. They are willing to allow a private condo building to lock them in their homes.
I hope you genuinely understand just how strongly your concept of Liberty will be opposed from every social and economic class in America.
Here's the column.