Randy Fine: Too Soon.

Yesterday State Representative Randy Finer posted this on his Facebook page:

Years ago Obama adviser and now Mayor of Chicago Rahm Emmanuel said:

You never let a serious crisis go to waste. And what I mean by that it’s an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.

That line was roundly boo’ed and condemned by conservatives who feel that using a crisis so soon is morally repugnant and leads to legislation and programs that have not been thought out correctly.

It is also a bit self-aggrandizing.

Previously Fine had threatened companies that were acting in a legal manner because he didn’t like their legal actions. In doing so, Fine interjected himself between two parties in a contract that did not concern him or his station as a State Representative.

Fine is also running around taking credit for the audit of the City leading to the resignation of former City Attorney Andrew Lannon.

We get it. We really do. Politicians want to make themselves look good and some more than others.

Yet Fine’s latest attack on the members of the School Board after an incident in Texas where the victims have not even been laid to rest is unseemly and borders upon obscene.

But that’s what politicians do.

The heck with the victims, and their families. The heck with people that are trying to make sense of this who thing. Just support the politician and re-elect him.

Too soon for this type of non-sense from an elected official.

Just too darn soon.

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