Why does looting bother people?

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This stupid assed Seattle far left radical council woman can't understand why looting bothers people. Does this mean she approves of looting? Obviously.
Socialist Seattle Councilmember Says She Can’t Figure Out Why ‘Looting Bothers People’ ⋆ The Washington Sentinel
"black people are dying every day" Uh huh. And white people are dying every day too. And the sky is blue. And fish can swim.

One of the biggest mysteries in our society is how some people manage to get on city councils, and then be in a position to make decisions for thousands of people.
 
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This stupid assed Seattle far left radical council woman can't understand why looting bothers people. Does this mean she approves of looting? Obviously.
Socialist Seattle Councilmember Says She Can’t Figure Out Why ‘Looting Bothers People’ ⋆ The Washington Sentinel
"black people are dying every day" Uh huh. And white people are dying every day too. And the sky is blue. And fish can swim.

One of the biggest mysteries in our society is how some people manage to get on city councils, and then be in a position to make decisions for thousands of people.
They will never understand.
 

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This stupid assed Seattle far left radical council woman can't understand why looting bothers people. Does this mean she approves of looting? Obviously.
Socialist Seattle Councilmember Says She Can’t Figure Out Why ‘Looting Bothers People’ ⋆ The Washington Sentinel
"black people are dying every day" Uh huh. And white people are dying every day too. And the sky is blue. And fish can swim.

One of the biggest mysteries in our society is how some people manage to get on city councils, and then be in a position to make decisions for thousands of people.
Only 20% of eligible voters vote vote in local elections.
 

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Only 20% of eligible voters vote vote in local elections.
Tammy Morales is a perfect example of why that number needs to be increased greatly.
Morales is representative of her district. If you're familiar with Seattle, her district includes SODO, international district, Little Saigon, and an eclectic mix of businesses, artist galleries, high and low income neighborhoods.
 
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