Comments by Botany

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Posted on November 22 at 4:46 p.m.

This is ridiculous. The illegals that had kids at taxpayer expense are thankful. The ones that didn't feel like they got the shaft and wish they had got knocked up instead. The president's order will make us into one giant taxpayer-funded baby factory.

This is a slap in the face to all legal immigrants and all those waiting in foreign countries for their turn. The "back of the line" is ALWAYS in one's country of origin. Those that are already here are automatically in front of them.

On S.B. Responds to President's Executive Order on Immigration

Posted on November 20 at 12:58 p.m.

Jorge should blame his mother, not the government for his predicament. If he's caught, he should do jail time. His recidivism is undeniable. Our legal system should do whatever it takes to teach him never to return. He is a Mexican citizen and that's where he belongs. But he's thick-headed and stubborn. Jail time for him is the only answer.

On "Jorge Morales"

Posted on November 20 at 9:46 a.m.

The only logical argument here is that these criminal aliens should not be imprisoned. They should be immediately repatriated to their country of origin.

On Imprisoning Families for Profit

Posted on November 19 at 9:45 a.m.

Maybe he deserved to get caught, maybe not. But make no mistake, for the CHP and the government, this isn't about public safety, this is about MONEY!

On Goleta Speed Trap!

Posted on November 19 at 5:25 a.m.

DrDan refuses to separate actual teachers from the public employee unions that are crippling our ability to pay for essential services.

A great public school teacher is an asset.

A public employee union that protects bad teachers and stifles our kids' educations while gouging the taxpayer is a great liability.

Learn to separate the two Dan.

On To Each His Own

Posted on November 18 at 2:54 p.m.

Loon - Botany has it completely wrong. It is not about an 'individual's moral compass'. Murder is not moral, hurting people or stealing or damaging other people's property is not moral. Kidnapping people is not moral. Telling other people what to do is not moral.

You make it sound so easy. Before you take on murder, how about trying statutory rape, pedophilia, selling drugs to children. Driving a polluting car. Drunk driving.

That's where one's moral compass gets tested,not on murder and kidnapping.

Is it OK if I camp out in the oval office? Government has no right to keep me out, do they?

On To Each His Own

Posted on November 18 at 12:30 p.m.

Loon seems to ethically challenged. He seems to think that the individual's moral compass should be the only factor in deciding what laws are just and unjust. As he sees no difference between breaking out of a Nazi concentration camp and breaking into a country in which one has no business being, arguing with him is pointless.

On To Each His Own

Posted on November 18 at 11:21 a.m.

Resistance to providing a path to citizenship for those that break our laws is not xenophobia. There is a right way and a wrong way to immigrate to this country. For those that immigrate the right way, we welcome you to the USA. For those that break our laws, we welcome you to return to your country of origin.

On To Each His Own

Posted on November 17 at noon

Tabatha - This country has a huge problem with facts, truth, and fairness. Since corporations are also sucking natural resources and the citizens dry, I think we are going to fall even further behind than we are now.

This country isn't the only one with the huge problem with facts. Corporations provide the vast majority of jobs in this country, yet Tabatha only sees them as blood-suckers. Maybe Tabatha thinks the only good jobs are the ones that government provides. We all know what a swell job government does in spending taxpayer money.

On A Red Tide of Money

Posted on November 17 at 9:21 a.m.

Nah, I just miss the days when people took responsibility for their own actions and had to be self-sufficient.

On A Red Tide of Money

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