Drlee wrote:I read that. It is a disgrace. They also have said they may sue first. I think it is nice that you believe that Georgia should pay for Bernie and Warren rallies. I am glad that you favor publicly funded elections. This may be something we agree upon.
I think @Hindsite is just about the best troll I have ever seen, on any internet forum, bar none.
Congrats to you, @Hindsite.
His reply to your original post obviously was stating that if there's no alternative, the city must just pay for it themselves.
A presidential visit is never cheap. Cities shell out a lot of cash when the president comes to town. (Doesn't make it right.)
In this case, the president is holding campaign events, but trying to make it out is if it is some sort of non-campaign event, if you will (to my understanding).
Be that as it may, if it's a non-campaign event, I think the federal government would normally pay. If it's a campaign event, his campaign should pay.
So what the hell is going on here?
The good Doctor is right on this one of course, as usual, and Hindsite is, well Hindsite.