San Fran: Not Only Do the Politics Smell

We know that Socialism smells up freedom and democracy.  It makes success a negative value and failure a goal for society.  Lack of water assures that the fish can survive and the people need perfumes to be in an elevator without calling the health department.  San Fran, the People’s Republic is smelling like Venezuela and Havana—dirty, not because the people want it, but government orders the city to smell.

“There’s a nasty odor on the streets of San Francisco in the downtown area. I’m talking serious.

The epicenter of the odor is where Market Street meets Third Street and Kearny. You can often see passersby making faces and holding their noses, especially the tourists.

I fear locals are aware the odor is there and have either become acclimated to the nasty smell or they just know they have to grin and bear it, although I am not sure about the grin part.

There is a travel alert to keep people from visiting a one mile portion of North Miami, to protect themselves from the Zika virus.  Should a travel alert be issued by the Feds to keep people from the Market and Third Street section of Smelly Francisco? Who knows what diseases are carried by the smells?  Get the CDC, stat.

San Francisco, CA, USA

The Disgusting Odor on the Streets of San Francisco

Economic Policy Institute,  8/1/16

There’s a nasty odor on the streets of San Francisco in the downtown area. I’m talking serious.

The epicenter of the odor is where Market Street meets Third Street and Kearny. You can often see passersby making faces and holding their noses, especially the tourists.

I fear locals are aware the odor is there and have either become acclimated to the nasty smell or they just know they have to grin and bear it, although I am not sure about the grin part.

The best way to think of the odor is to think about coming across a homeless man who hasn’t had a shower since the Bill Clinton administration and is still wearing what is left of clothes he put on during that period–and hasn’t wiped his ass since that period.

I have never smelt such a foul odor anywhere, in any other city.

I suspect it’s government regulations that are somehow behind the stink.

I’m told by one merchant that because of the phony water “shortage,” shopkeepers are not allowed to clean the sidewalks with power water sprays unless the water is recycled water. Most of the actual physical sidewalks do look exceptionally dirty. I will see an occasional sidewalk being watered down but the sightings are few and far between.

Who really knows what is behind it? The city certainly isn’t doing anything about it.

Fortunately, right now it is the heavy fog season, so the cold, the fog and the strong breeze make the odor less of a problem until the sun burns the fog off around noon.  The stink rises with the clear sun.

In traveling various cities, I have come to appreciate mayors of Irish ancestry (#IrishMayorsMatter), they are crony but at least they keep their cities clean. Chicago’s Mayor Daley was as crony as you could get but he had beautiful flowers planted in downtown Chicago. (Of course, it turned out his brother was somehow linked to the flower provider.)

In New York City, when the Jewish Mayor Ed Koch was in charge, he made a big stink (pun intended) and called loudly and often for residents to clean up after their dogs. And residents did. When Koch was mayor, you rarely saw a dog dump. Koch was followed by Mayor David Dinkins and because of some sort of disrespect for him or something, the dog dumps came back. I named them Dinkin’s Dumps.

In San Francisco, the current mayor is Ed Lee. He is of Chinese ancestry.

He appears to be doing a fairly good job of getting building going in the city, despite objections from the wacko left. It is an exciting time to live in the city. But there is that stink.

The wikiepedia picture of Lee seems to show him posing through the stink.

I hope he gets the stink problem solved. I would hate to have to start calling him Stinky Lee.

 

About Stephen Frank

Stephen Frank is the publisher and editor of California Political News and Views. He speaks all over California and appears as a guest on several radio shows each week. He has also served as a guest host on radio talk shows. He is a fulltime political consultant.

Comments

  1. As I have said many times before, I will not enter that city or spend a dime in the area because of their liberal BS, sanctuary Cities, etc. I have been adhering to this for 20 years now and don’t miss the “stink” at all!

  2. All of the “Google Buses” should be required to transit this intersection with the A/C off and the windows open, under penalty of impoundment if not complied with.
    That should solve the problem post-haste.

  3. San Francisc0’s elected officials at Silly Hall govern and legislate based on extreme left-wing ideology with out regard for best practices or future consequences.

  4. It smelled like a sewer 48 years ago, too, when I was forced to live there and could not believe the smell of rot while just walking down the street, and males in drag approaching us. Couldn’t wait to leave the place.

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