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Posted on March 22 at 11:47 a.m.
I swear, the SWAT team could have saved Jarvis and his family from certain death at the hands of a pack of home invaders and he still would have called it a waste of taxpayer money.
Isn't the best outcome a finale where no one gets hurt, or is saving a buck better than saving a life?
On [UPDATE] Standoff Suspect Arrested; 101 Reopened
Posted on March 18 at 7:49 p.m.
It we didn't have the NLRB, and other agencies like it, working in America would be no different than China. It's all about greed and the ability to abuse workers without recourse for the NLRB haters.
I find it amazing that anyone that does not own a business would support the very small, and very wealthy, percentage of those arrogant enough to demand the ability to destroy workers at will.
On NLRB Accuses the News-Press (Again)
Posted on February 11 at 8:19 p.m.
JohnLocke has a real problem with facts, especially when it comes to law enforcement. He's the typical keyboard activist.
On Santa Maria Police Skewered for Firing Whistle-Blower
Posted on January 13 at 3:24 p.m.
Too bad stupidly isn't fatal. We wouldn't have to read loons posts if it was.
On UCSB Police Officer Dies
Posted on December 1 at 4:11 p.m.
I’m sorry for your loss of your brother and understand you’re still grieving, but what you state is not what witnesses say happened. The complete final report can be read here: http://santamariatimes.com/district-a...
Besides that fact your brother was on meth at the time of his death, and running from another felony he had just committed, witnesses reiterate the deputy’s statement in that your brother turned his vehicle directly at the deputy and accelerated. He was NOT unarmed. He was driving his weapon and he could have killed numerous people prior by driving 100mph before encountering the deputy.
The message you’re echoing is popular amongst the common anarchist and criminal elements of society. Drawing ridiculous correlations between officer involved shootings, and ignoring the basic facts of these cases, are the tactics of those trying to incite the ignorant actions we’ve seen in Ferguson, which is what you’re doing in trying to connect your brother’s case to Michael Brown.
The police have a job that can be so dangerous at times that those sworn to protect have to protect their own lives by using lethal force. I’ll give them the benefit of the doubt because I trust in their ability to keep my family safe in this world. Safe in this world from the likes of some meth fueled ex-con that may break into my home and then put other citizens in danger during his escape. Your brother caused his own death.
On Michael Brown and Matthew Berg: Two Victims of Excessive Police Force
Posted on November 15 at 7:49 p.m.
How stupid does one have to be to think the same dishonest group of "activists" can pull a fast one on SB voters in two short years after Measure P? 63 to 37% was a political slaughter. The future Measure ? will be dead too.
On Measure P Postmortem
Posted on November 6 at 4:06 p.m.
We read the Measure P proponents saying the fight has only begun...LOL. I thought it started in 1969.
Here's the problem with their next campaign... 63% of the voting public saw the Water Guardians, or what ever they call themselves in the future, as nothing but LIARS trying to push their form of environmental terrorism at the ballot box. What makes them think we'll forget?
As for the EDC putting their name to this. Well, they were for an oil project before they were against one. Linda Kropp looks like a fool tainted with the lies of others now. The politics of environmental extremism.
On Capps Survives; Measures P and S Flame Out
Posted on November 6 at 3:49 p.m.
Just keep the pool shutdown and save a lot of money. The 9 people that visit it a day on average can play in the sprinklers.
As for you idiots that say my vote was because of big oils lies, the numbers did tell the story. It's all about the 63% that voted against it not falling for the BS Measure P proponents wanted them to believe. Starting with the premise from the beginning. THERE IS NO FRACKING IN SB COUNTY!!! Once that was explained to the voters it was clear Measure P was all a lie. Better luck next time.
On $2.4 Million Cuyama Pool Getting $1.7 Million Fix
Posted on November 5 at 7:56 a.m.
“You fought a righteous fight. Your voices mattered. You were the spark that has started a true grassroots movement for change in Santa Barbara County,” BULL S..T!! Measure P didn't just lose, it was an absolute repudiation of environmentalism gone insane.
Over 60% or the county said 350.org (I mean the Water Guardians) are full of it and that they (the voters) care more about people than the irrational fears of bark eaters that had noting to lose.
Posted on October 17 at 11:14 a.m.
Measure P is nothing more than south county fanatic environmental terrorism that has no impact on them. It's the proponents biggest lie that hurts families and children of the north county.
They say all existing oil operations are protected, but what that really means is all existing permits are protected. Those permits all have to reissued at some point which means ALL EXISTING WELLS WILL BE SHUT DOWN OVER TIME. Eventually over a few short years families will be without income, schools and public safety will have their stretched budgets cut even more.
All the while extremists of the south county will never feel the effects, just like if Measure P is defeated. Measure P does NOTHING to protect south county. That doesn't stop some of the ideologues from using the 1969 spill in their rhetoric, even though it has absolutely nothing to do with onshore wells.
The threat of lawsuits is a possibility, but what's stated above ^^^^ are the facts. Again we must put these fanatics in their place on election day, just like with Measure M.
QUIT HURTING OTHERS TO FULFILL AN AGENDA!!!
NO ON MEASURE P!!!
On Two Cents and More with Measure P