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Posted on October 3 at 10:48 a.m.
According to the Santa Maria Times (January 9, 2013) when Peter Adams was asked by Lompoc resident Debora Titus how to vote on various statewide propositions on the ballot, his answer was, "If it costs money, vote no." Apparently he doesn't bother to follow his own advice in this case. Clearly, Mr. Adams, a massive lawsuit with an uncertain outcome will most definitely have a much higher cost than private negotiations with a willing landowner. And how on earth can a Conservative justify a land grab from a private rancher? Aren't you a private rancher? Will you vote yes when the County offers to sieze your land? Mine?
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