Mayoral candidates debater public safety

Crime rates have continued to be a hot-button issue in Tulsa's mayoral election, and now, with a budget shortfall looming, Kathy Taylor is going after Dewey Bartlett on a plan to avoid cutting police.

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Unwashed Mass - 11/5/2013 11:49 AM
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So Taylor, how does it feel knowing your predecesor left you with no money? Somewhat familiar? Bartlett got the blame for the police layoffs, but it was your doing babe.

Mayor Maynot - 11/5/2013 6:01 AM
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If you really Th1nK that criminals are concerned or even aware of who or what the mayor actually is or what the mayors capabilities are then you're warped. Criminals only think about crime until they are caught. Then they think about their fully paid vacation with free meals and housing and medication till they can get back to the work that they love (crime) and then work their buts off until it's time for their next vacation (prison). There's nothing the mayor (no matter who they are) can do until after the crime has been committed.
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