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Posted on May 17 at 7:14 a.m.
Building up and hoping that people will take public transportation is pure fantasy. We could see what it would be like by building up just by looking at San Francisco. The quality of life will change here drastically if that happens. But look at the bright side. The city will make a fortune in parking violation fines.
On Housing Experiment Makes Debut
Posted on May 16 at 11:33 a.m.
Welcome to gridlock Santa Barbara. We probably will be biking and walking more, because it will be faster than driving.
I agree that we should all be out walking more, it's just that we should make that decision on our own, not have government make it for us.
Posted on May 9 at 10:06 a.m.
Yeah, I've got a solution Ken, not that you have any interest in hearing it though.
On Cutting Social Security Benefits Not the Way to Go
Posted on May 9 at 10:02 a.m.
I agree John. I've almost nailed bicyclists several times when they've blown through stop signs. Also, I've seen groups of them ride 3-4 abreast on places like Foothill and Mission Canyon Roads oblivious to any traffic around them.
On Dog Got Your Tongue?
Posted on May 9 at 6:03 a.m.
Do a little due diligence before you post Dan. We've had more deficits incurred under 4 years of Obama than we had under 8 years of Bush.
And thanks Lois Capps for criticizing the proposed solution without offering one of your own.
Posted on May 6 at 3 p.m.
Of course, the Indy never wants you to make an easy choice. They either want you to make the choice they prefer, or make you look like an idiot by not making that choice.
On To make schools safer, we need
Posted on May 6 at 7:14 a.m.
"Maybe in my lifetime, we can debate the Palestinian issues without having to duck incessant accusations of anti-Semitism."
I know how you feel Barney.
Maybe in my lifetime, we can debate the immigration issues without having to duck incessant accusations of racism.
On Dog Bone in the Throat
Posted on May 3 at 10:51 a.m.
The government is far from a hostage. The government was a perpetrator in this scandal. With the deregulation of Fannie and Freddie as well as pressuring the banks to lend to people that couldn't afford it.
On Bailout Blues at 2013 Economic Summit
Posted on May 3 at 9:53 a.m.
Some people spend their lives trying to better their situation, others spend their lives whining about the people that do.
When the economy starts to improve, the whiners complain because their situation doesn't improve as fast as those that work harder at it. When times are improving, they look at irrelevant statistics like GINI coefficeints and complain because the government doesn't care as much about their individual problems as the people that work hard at it care about their own.
On For Richer or Poorer
Posted on April 24 at 9:12 p.m.
They both improved. The poor got wealthier as well as the rich despite the increased income gap disparity.
On Thatcher a British Hero?
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