In case you have ever wondered what a rich white oligarch guy feels about the least amongst us, our mayor admits it. He finally admits it? Yup, he finally admits what we always knew, he just doesn’t care…

“I don’t care, I don’t care…”

He seems to think everyone wants the top job, the biggest paycheck. Most dream to have one job, versus one job to pay the rent and another to buy food and another to buy clothes and another to buy toilet paper. He admits he doesn’t care to even understand. Nice…

We have many problems in Sioux Falls needing to be fixed but this guy takes the cake, in fact he wants all of it. Well maybe the crumbs can be cleaned up by the lessors who are beneath him.

This guy from Yankton, South Dakota who has admitted a questionable relationship with his family and those who knew him back there, has recently admitted his admiration for the incoming Washington, DC oligarchy now is telling those who have issues in life to buck it up because he does not care. When we look at the governing schemes and people he has installed to carry them out his admission on December 10, 2016 at Black Sheep Coffee makes sense.

The Paratransit battle versus entertainment venues makes more sense every day. Office palaces versus real infrastructure makes more sense and why 6,400 signatures didn’t.

Oh for the next 17 months to be over…

18 Thoughts on “The Boy is in the Hood

  1. Angry Guy on December 16, 2016 at 11:03 am said:

    Wow. What a douche.

  2. The whole time he was talking, it reminded me of the Stephen Colbert bit, “I don’t see color. People tell me I’m white, so I believe them.”

  3. Blasphemo on December 16, 2016 at 12:41 pm said:

    Oligarch – perfect terminology. OMG. Where do you start to respond to a lack of empathy on this scale? These monsters have had it so good for so long they have lost all objectivity.

    These remarks come as USA Today reports that 100 CEOs studied nationwide have retirement packages worth an average of $250,000 . . . A MONTH. $63,000+ a WEEK. Not $400/week for working @$10/hr. No: retired, NOT WORKING. This in addition to the king’s ransom they were paid while they DID work!

    If you are Papa John and started your own pizza restaurant and now generate fabulous wealth as a result, good for you. But SO many of these oligarchs are E M P L O Y E E S themselves, not CEOs of privately held companies. Conversely . . . . if you ARE Papa John or one of these corporate officer employees, quit gutting the employee benefit plans and share the more-money-than-you-can-ever-spend compensation – via reasonable benefits for your rank & file minions!

    Capitalism in the US has run amok and created income inequality unequaled in our history. There are financial analysts who would argue that minimum wage should be up around $20/hr now HAD minimum wage kept pace with every escalating economic indicator. The trickle-down economics that MMM espouses has proven to be utter crap. Oh – and what about Mike’s hard career work leading him to accumulate a high net worth as a result of working in sub-prime lending . . . . you know, the sneaky credit trap so many fell into trying to keep pace with their dwindling ability to get by on one job with dwindling benefits !!!

    Hypocrisy personified.

    SOME of his assertions about “building a resume” are legit debate, but his sob stories about HIS unskilled labor jobs as a young person reflect minimum wages in an economy of many, many years ago. College – if you could make it there – cost $3000/yr then, not $30,000/year or more as it can today. There is no comparison to the nightmare of skyrocketing health care costs as a percentage of income and disappearing retirement benefits the workforce is experiencing today.

    No, Mike. SHAME ON Y.O.U.

  4. The D@ily Spin on December 16, 2016 at 2:11 pm said:

    He’s been obvious to me for a long time. It’s important to spread the word. He’s not a leader. Everything is a lie. The only care he has is furthering himself.

  5. what??? on December 16, 2016 at 2:55 pm said:

    I had to watch this three times. Still can’t grasp it.

    What a self-serving, clueless, egomaniacal, unempathetic, privileged asshat. I’m surprised he wasn’t wearing a HAZMAT suit to stand “amongst the people”.

    What a joke.

  6. The next time he snips at me during public input, I am going to say, “I don’t care.”

  7. This is a prime example of where he would say the media and blogs get it wrong. Ironically, it was the city’s film crew that taped this. Is he now going to throw them under the bus?

  8. He threw labor under the bus. I am waiting for him to run so I can help his opponent win.

  9. Another reason not to order papa Johns,He can go hang out with Payton.

  10. Porter Lansing on December 16, 2016 at 8:19 pm said:

    If you look up “white privileged horse’s ass” in the dictionary, guess who’s pictured? He doesn’t even know that he’s a bigot and those who don’t know continue to offend. Did you notice how he turned his back to the black people in total disaknowledgment?

  11. Or when he was midstream in his rant he turned and told the fellow to shut off his phone. It’s a coffee shop! Everyone is on their phone.

  12. H Schmidt on December 16, 2016 at 8:43 pm said:

    Huether’s chances of running for Gov and winning as a Democrat were bad enough already with a walking dead state party but now he is really toast unless he runs with an R behind his name.

    Who will run for Mayor to replace Huether? Porter are you running for Mayor?

  13. anominous on December 17, 2016 at 11:11 am said:

    I heard the housing in the town of Yankton back then was basically controlled by two banker-slumlord’s. That would have made an impression on a young man of how the world works.

  14. anonymous on December 17, 2016 at 12:38 pm said:

    Why would CityLink play the SAME Listening and Learning session (Nov. 21/Empire Mall) on a Saturday at 10 and again at 12:30?!!?

    Today is December 17th, certainly, they have had time to replace one of these programs with the December 10th Listening and Learning session.

  15. “There is NO one ABOVE you and NO one BELOW you.” I loved that line in the interview. Measuring people for who they are instead of what they are worth.

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