This blog is from SeattlePi Posted by Monica Guzman. You can sense that a rebellion is on the way concerning how this community in Seattle feel about being told not to light bonfires to help save the planet.
"Up the revolution" we here you say.
It's not every day a local issue manages to tick off both liberals and conservatives.
But when the city appears to favor a politically volatile issue like global warming at the expense of a traditional, apparently harmless activity like sitting around a bonfire, you're bound to make a lot of people angry.
To dissect that anger and its effects, here are three common responses to P-I reporter Kery Murakami's story that show why this much derided proposal is being attacked from so many angles, and why the city backed off the restrictions this afternoon.