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Posted on April 17 at 11:17 a.m.
Leave it to Jarvis to trot out the ISIS threat. What a joke. Are you really that much of a sucker Jarvis? Apparently you are!
ISIS is not in Mexico you moron. They are a product of the covert US government's ineptitude and years of the Bush adminstrations lies and fake war. Heck, they arent even a state and yet you and the rest of your war mongering moronic GOP retards sure like to address them as such. And yet you cannot even address the POTUS by his real name? Talk about hypocrisy this makes you a traitor. Literally. You are more inclined to respect ISIS than your own president! Time for you to die old man. Hurry up will you. You're holding back the future and we all need your estate taxes to pay for your wars and deficits.
Regardless, I can certainly speak for the majority of people who read these comments and say emphatically that you need a life. Spending all day every day posting here and on Noozhawk sure makes you out to be a lonely, angry old man. Maybe you should go outside and meet a real live person. It would do you wonders and probably reduce that paranoia a little as well...
On Coast Guard Clashes with Yachters
Posted on April 17 at 8:28 a.m.
This reeks beyond measure. Not only is it insulting that the USCG thinks it needs to arm its toy soldiers and pretend that they're warriors, the sea and especially the harbor is for all to use, not at the whim of a private for profit entity like a cruise ship and its moronic hired guns.
Just another reason why cruise ships suck and why we dont need or want them here in Santa Barbara. 500 yards is essentially the entire entrance to the harbor. They took ownership of the channel!
Push that ship out a mile and let its trashy patrons ride a little longer on one of those tenders. We the people own this water and the harbor. Not some pile of crap cruise line
Why is the USCG guarding a foreign registered ship anyway? These ships are not even of US registration let alone of importance.
Sick of the draconian mentality of our law enforcement. These people are so misguided and worse, stupid.
Posted on April 14 at 10:38 a.m.
Das is a nice guy. He really is but he has no real life experience and is truly a wet noodle bureaucrat. The worst kind of leader. The worst possible choice.
We need real people not career bureaucrats to talk the helm. Let Das and the rest of the spinless noodles be the clerks. This is really their place.
Its time to elect leaders. Actual people who have proven their abilities not in the padded echo chamber of party politics but in the real world. Where people like Das are spit out and kicked to the curb with no remorse.
Buck the parties. They have no place in local politics. DO NOT fall for their bull, ignore any candidate that relies upon their party affiliation or money and let's move the power away from a few back into the majority.
On Das Williams Announces Run for County Supervisor
Posted on March 2 at 12:39 p.m.
So saddened to read that Ron has passed. He was an incredible man and the very best Vet you could ever hope to have. Love to you and your family Ron, thank you for all you did for me, my dogs and everyone else who you touched in this community. You are a legend.
On Paraglider Killed in Sunday Accident Identified
Posted on January 7 at 3:51 p.m.
zRacergirl - The problem is not with the 500k migrant farm workers who are in CA, its with the millions upon millions of people who are in the grey market. Who work in the trades, the manufacturing, the service industry. They undermine the entire economy but to understand that fact you'd have to actually educate yourself. Something I doubt you are willing or able to do based on your posts and your whaling.
I suggest that you spend a little time in Africa or SE Asia. Maybe after you see how bad the rest of the world is you'll realize that living in the USA is an honor that has to be protected and most importantly, respected. You obviously dont respect the USA or the very tenant that holds the entire country together - the rule of law.
If you feel bad for someone open your wallet. But dont expect everyone to suffer for your own misguided empathy.
Know that you're in the minority and that the majority of Americans are tired of this issue. It will be coming to a head and the illegals will not like the results. The end of the era is near.
Once again, if its so important to you to care for these people, do it on your own accord but you dont get to rewrite the rules because you are overtly sympathetic to their plight or happen to like your cleaning lady.
Its not about the individual, its about the whole. You either respect the rule of law or you dont. Obviously you dont.
On Protest Planned over <em>News-Press</em> Headline
Posted on January 7 at 3:40 p.m.
z28racergirl - OK
I suffer because my wife was rear ended by a Illegal immigrant with on the 101. She was left with a permanent back injury. We had to pay the total costs of repair and the total costs of health care and and increase in our insurance. The illegal was let go free at the scene with nothing more than a shrug by the CHP. Who said there was nothing he could do and that we could hire a private detective to locate the guy and sue him to recoup our costs.
I can name at least 100 other ways these people steal from us all and cost us all money.
How about the fact that they undercut the trades so much that my friends who are contractors and tradesmen cannot compete because he they have to pay insurance, they pay taxes they have to pay market wages while the crews who run illegals dont... Which means his prices are twice that of the illegal crews!
There are two:
Can you name one reason why its OK for them to break the law and face no consequences? We'll wait while you try and find something...
Posted on October 28 at 11:54 a.m.
On River Ridge and More in Oxnard
Posted on September 16 at 11:17 a.m.
She makes a few good points - nepotism should never dictate justice. But as the rest of the commentators pointed out, its the criminal that is responsible for their sentence, not the DA or the SBPD or the judge.
Maybe, just maybe the Latinos who commit the crimes are the ones who are responsible for their time... You think?
Every single time I have been called into court for jury duty there are Latino police, Latino court employees, Latino jurors and Latino lawyers and Latino Judges... There is no race issue here! There is a crime issue among a certain demographic that thinks they deserve special treatment though... I wonder which demographic that is? Hmm....
How about dont commit the crime to begin with? This isnt about releasing a wrongfully convicted person, its about lessening the sentences of convicted criminals because her feeling is that they dont deserve what they were given... violent, worthless people who should be locked away and more than likely deported. Good grief she's clueless.
No sympathy here, not an ounce.
On Unfair Sentencing in Santa Barbara?
Posted on August 26 at 3:24 p.m.
It was rhetorical Jarvis but I do appreciate your lengthy and well thought out list.
We've been fleeced, had, lied to and cheated. And the worst part is that those who stole all the money have pawned their fate onto their children and grandchildren and great grandchildren... For its the next few generations that will have to pay dearly for the excesses of the Baby Boomers and the Lost Generation and their myopic use of public funds and the public trust.
On Funk Zone Funny Business Leads to Evictions
Posted on August 26 at 1:55 p.m.
Oh that's all...