politicians to account, we offer you a smattering of our favorite Daly
disses on the 'burbs:
"Every step of the way, Chris told me he just wants to stay here and fight for poor people. [Some people] tell us to go live in the suburbs where it's nice, but he says, 'Why would we want to go live there? All the good people live here!'" -- Sarah Low Daly, Daly's wife, speaking at her husband's 2006 re-election celebration
"CW Nevius routinely attacks our City's most vulnerable with his front page Chronicle screeds. Three days a week the City is subjected to the worst of his suburban biases. It goes without saying that CW Nevius is backward, and his enabling employers are complicit." -- Chris Daly, in a July 2008 blog post responding to the San Francisco Chronicle columnist's take on a mayoral proposal to close the Embarcadero on Sunday mornings
"My husband loves it here and would never want to leave." -- Sarah Low Daly, in a 2005 interview with SFist
Help us out here, Snitch Reader: What are your favorites among Daly's past perorations on the evils of life beyond District 6?
* We weren't joking about that treeless thing. In 2006, Daly sided with a group of Tenderloin activists who were trying to kill a local architect's efforts to plant more trees in their neighborhood. One can't help but wonder: Will he export this passion to the leafy streets of Fairfield?