Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Innis Arden Takes Down the Whites Only Sign

Back in April I wrote about Innis Arden, a neighborhood just north of where I live that has restrictive covenants which state that no person other than one of the white or Caucasian race may be permitted to occupy any property...

Well it seems that the rich, white, liberal Democrats of Innis Arden have finally got around to gathering enough signatures to take down the Whites Only sign.

Welcome to the 21st century.

Update
Commentator "Carl" says that Innis Arden is the most Republican part of Shoreline. That maybe true but it does not make Innis Arden Republican. You just need to look at the 98177 zip code donations to get a feel for how Republican the area is. Not very. That big clump of blue Democratic donations... that is Innis Arden.

Saying Innis Arden is the most Reppublican part of Shoreline is like saying Patty Murray is the most powerfull Senator from Washington State. It is not that Patty Murray is powerfull, she ranks 49th, it is just the other Senator, Maria Cantwell ranks 99th, next to last.

2 comments:

Carl said...

Innis Arden is probably the most Republican precincts in Shoreline. At least when I was in Shoreline. Maybe it's different now. After all, they aren't overtly racist any more.

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