Two question rule? Poppycock.


Michelle, you are chair of the SF city council, that’s it. Didn’t you get enough railing about this a few months back? Your two question rule is silly and wouldn’t stand up in a court of law. If councilors are on a line of questioning, why would you cut them off after two questions and break the cycle? When an attorney has a witness on the stand and they are about to admit guilt, does the judge cut off the line of questioning?

I think you are only enabling and assisting city directors to mislead.

(Watch the info meeting where councilor Staggers mocks Michelle for her unenforceable rule)


#1 Pathloss on 10.26.12 at 10:47 am

It’s city policy. Want some tea with your chinese communism.

#2 l3wis on 10.27.12 at 10:15 am

I have two questions for Erpenbach . . .

#3 Poly43 on 10.28.12 at 9:36 am

Two questions for erp.

With regards to ALL the economic development going into the stagnant “event” center area. From the paywall leader.

■ A $20 million Russell Street project, expanding it to six lanes and adding landscaping, starting next spring, for expected completion in 2014.

How much did you know about this, and when?

#4 Detroit Lewis on 10.28.12 at 12:31 pm

Poly – that was in the works before the EC came up. I remember Litz talking about it when he was still on the council. I think the state is helping to pay for it also.

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