Phoenix LXXIII: "This Space Available"
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03-27-2013, 05:25 PM
Join Date: May 2010
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I believe they
believe that generally & collectively their positions were solid & sound as they had no reason to doubt the foundation upon which those beliefs were based. Didnt ask enough questions. Well beyond the scope of their lifes experiences and as such they put their trsut in, and had no reason
to trust their City Manager, Ellman, Bettman, Hulsizer & Jamison. No idea that they'd been coerced, a false system of values & beliefs instilled. Menticide. That their perceptions were incorrect, judgement clouded, faulty. Destabilised. Gaslit. Love Bombed. Gehirnwasche. Brainwashed.
Sorry, Killion, I can't give them such an easy pass. All of them knew (including Clark and Martinez), that Beasley tried to pull a fast one on them by concealing the Walker report (on parking), while serving up Hocking's thin gruel. They complained about it publicly. Since then, Scruggs and others continuously asked for a report on the actual cost of managing the arena. Beasley refused, supported by the same council members who supported the Jamison deal. So, why, one might ask, would some council members want to have due diligence conducted to verify the claims of Beasley, while others did not. Are we to believe that Alvarez and Lieberman had higher mental capacity than the others?
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