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The future of Hamilton?

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« on: October 06, 2007, 09:47:26 am »

The spectators pole
Friday, October, 5, 2007

Do you feel optimistic about the future of Hamilton?

Optimism about the future requires a vision, one that compels anticipation of a forward motion. A sense of direction
That stimulates pride and self-confidence for the future, one that gives hope to the 20% of those living in poverty and
instills a future in the other 10% that are marginalized.

Leadership and jobs are the catalysts, the keys to such a reality and both of these ingredients seem to be absent.
Eisenberger's proposal to turn the down town into a "giant bowling alley." exasperates a epidemic of narrow insight that
Reigns within this City, like children who have not developed beyond themselves and out of boredom find a chalk and
Entertain themselves by marking the pavement to play hopscotch. When the day has ended this cities cries for food and
Shelter, jobs for sustenance, where the row houses are filled while other surrounding sites prosper and Hamilton remains
The bedroom to poverty and fallen debris.

But now we have a new city hall while the streets are in decay as children  Sing, "Here we go round the mulberry bush."
Perhaps we should erect a locked steel gate at the entranced to the city, with a sign the reads, "Les MisÚrables"

Comments welcome!


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