Tuesday, April 15, 2014

ALDERMAN TUNNEY: Private Eye!

Following yesterday's sexual assault and robbery in Boystown, Alderman Tom Tunney has strapped on his well-worn superhero outfit. In typical post-tragedy fashion, the alderman is portraying himself as a hands-on crime-fighter, telling Facebook readers
I have been working closely with the Chicago Police Department on this case.
We've often wondered exactly what the alderman brings to the investigative process. Lifelong restauranteur by day, ace criminologist by night?

Super Tom! He helps with robbery sprees!
I am working very closely with Commander Voulgaris
He crushes drunks!
We are also working closely with the 19th District entertainment detail
He swoops in on burglary outbreaks!
Tom Tunney says he is working closely with the 19th District police commander..
And still more robbery sprees...with junior assistant superhero staff members!
My staff and I have been working closely with Commander Voulgaris to address robberies.
Honestly, Super Tom, if you want to help the police, why don'tcha stop voting for budgets that starve their operations?

Why don't you stand up and publicly demand that the city return the 27% of police officers who've been stripped away from Wrigleyville and Boystown over the past two years?

Why don't you demand that the police superintendent—who flat-out ignored your written questions about the police budget—be held accountable?

Why don't ya work closely on that stuff?
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22 comments:

  1. You haven't heard? Tunney is also "The Stickybun Superhero" watch out for his cinnamon death ray!

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  2. He says that everytime anything happens (daily) Yet nothing happens. Back to Manhattan for me!

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  3. Maybe Tommy would have more time to commit to OUR ward if be stopped involving himself in LSC elections in elementary schools that are not in OUR ward. But I guess that all of our issues are solved, so that's why he has that kind of spare time?

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  4. Tunney is nothing but Rahm's puppet. How would he like it if his sister, cousin, mother was attacked and raped in an alley - NEAR THE POLICE DEPARTMENT, mind you. I am out of this hell
    hole of a city and moving East.

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    1. Do you have room for one more? Oh wait, do you have room for about one million more?

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    2. Bunch of wimps. You ever think about sticking around a fighting for your neighborhood? This neighborhood is worth fighting for. We all need to start being more proactive and watching each others back.

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  5. Vote Rahm & Tunney out, we are tired of all the lies!

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    1. Be careful what you wish for. You might end up with Mayor Derrick Smith, or a Mayor Todd Stroger.

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  6. Murder Mayor is a big liar. Close schools, Merge Police Districts. Crime is down. Yet this young girl gets raped at 4:30 pm!! What is happening to our neighborhood? Rahm doesn't care, he has 24hr security, he even has cops throwing his trash away!

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  7. It would appear that Tunney "working closely" with anyone causes more problems than solutions. Tom please stop working closely with people so we can get some order back.

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    1. No shit. What a creepy leader. Leader, now there's a hot one.

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  8. After all he is just one dick.

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    1. Nothing wrong in my ward now just move along please.

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  9. Tunney is concerned with the street cleaning machines getting the fall debris away from the curbs- it was all the talk on our blocks here today, anyone else catch it? I do miss those gum and graffiti blasters Mayor Daley had, however. I digress. Get the order back in the neighborhood, and that would not suggest allowing open containers on Clark Street. Do something worthwhile with your time.

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    1. We tracked sludge, leaves and mud through the neighborhood and into our homes since last October. They still had time for another street sweeping and the signs were posted but it was never completed. They must have met their ticket revenue requirements for the year.

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    2. Totally agree! I saw Tunney too yesterday and asked him about the rape case on Halsted. Today I saw one of his workers out doing his dirty work. OH, I FORGOT, I live on the East side of Wilton and will be in the Uptown Ward, he doesn't need to show up for our side of the street. We won't be voting for him even though we reside one block from Wrigley. Not that I would have voted for him anyway. Ridiculous.

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  10. Oh My God Imagine the gold mine in fines for violating the open container law on Clark Street. Citation of $50.00 per offence. The city smells money, they bring back 19 into full force of man power and every one would win.

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  11. Y'all better watch it now, picking on little Tommy. Remember at that Cubs meeting when he publicly said "he would be all up in your butts?" Now, do we want that? Superhero, indeed. I wonder when his first screeching outburst at a CAPS meeting will occur this spring or summer. Can't WAIT until that CAPS meeting following the pride parade. Should be good theatre for everyone. Which is sad, because he is acting like a nimrod and is 99% useless to this ward. PLEASE someone step up and run against this little spineless cretin!!!!!

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  12. Did they add another car over at the Mayor's detail ? Do they now have a car roaming the neighborhood a 26Charlei? Since that so called Robbery that happened down his block.

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    1. Ain't that something? Citizens get robbed on his street and he gets more cops and the citizens get less. Backasswards

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    2. That is so messed up a car in front and back isn't good enough??
      How about more details of police to work Halsted, Clark, Belmont. The Now most dangerous streets in the city. Wow

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