From Second City Cop Blog. This is just the start of the powers that be. This was the scene in front of the Philadelphia Romanian Church this morning: City tow trucks arrived and yanked the vehicles of every single resident, including numerous elderly people and a more than a few nurses coming in from the night shifts and impounded them for violation of the signs that got posted Saturday with under twenty-four hours notice. The City also "closed" the private lot that the church used for parishioners in some half-assed attempt to force church-goers to park on the streets, streets listed as temporary tow zones to snatch their cars, too. We don't know what the current parking situation is in Ravenswood (we think it's Ravenswood), but last time we set foot in that area, Permit Parking was rampant along with a heavy concentration of three flats, meaning parking would be a problem, even if it wasn't a Sunday. So all the residents WHO HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH THE CHURCH are on the hook for tickets and towing and damages to their cars - because we all know exactly how gently City tow drovers are with someone else's property. This should be a wake-up call to all the residents who habitually vote for the Machine and "progressives." It should also be a clarion call to the churches across the city as to how far the left will go to crush the faithful of all denominations. You are only useful to them as far as you obey orders and do what you're told. If you don't speak up now, expect the same to happen to you in short order.