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Posted on November 11 at 8:25 p.m.
Loon: It doesnt matter which party gets in. The welfare-warfare state continues. We get more boots on the ground regardless.
On Grim Reaper
Posted on November 10 at 7:11 p.m.
The green faithful will no longer pray in the direction of Santa Barbara after this. They must find a new Holy City. tsk tsk
On Sleep with Dogs, Wake with Fishes
Posted on November 10 at 7:04 p.m.
Lets not start thinking we know better than God, who (by the way) is still in His heaven.
On Dying with Dignity in Santa Barbara
Posted on November 9 at 9:46 p.m.
Yes we will keep worrying about it. In this berg, we see we must keep a sharp eye on the radical eco activists.
Posted on November 9 at 8:34 p.m.
DavyYou say Measure P went down because of big oil bucks, low turnout, yadda yadda. Actually P went down because it was breathtakingly bad for everyone, including you.
Things arent going well for your anti-oil brethren elsewhere. A judge is about to summarily toss the Mora County anti-oil initiative. Take a look:
Posted on November 7 at 9:05 a.m.
Blue Tomorrow received a grant from the Rose Foundation. Both have a strong, well advertised environmental-green bias.
While the study is well done, its not so subtly aimed at the oil industry. Why else would they study these canyons? What did we expect? The magic word 'fracking' just happened to be studied too.
We can count on the Measure P idealogues to use this well done study to whip up more fear-based policy hysterics. Fear is a poor basis for creating policy, but thats what they do.
On Oil Industry Polluting Ventura?
Posted on November 6 at 8:11 p.m.
Davy:Big and little oil chipped in $7.7 million to defeat your initiative. Im grateful for the backing. Im most grateful you couldnt kill off my (and all my friends) livelyhoods.
Just curious. What happened to your big guns? Why didnt they back you? Big Green, including your parent groups, the EDC, and 350.org are worth roughly $80 billion. They tossed you into this fight, then backed away. They obviously saw Measure P as a lost cause before you ground troops did.
Maybe you could ask Bill McKibben, Chairman Geeber, Katie and some of your other command level greenies why they left you there twisting in the wind.
On Capps Survives; Measures P and S Flame Out
Posted on November 6 at 5:37 p.m.
The green-left points to their 'victories' in smaller jurisdictions. We've only begun they say.
Like the the anti-fracking initiative passed in Denton TX. Lawsuits started the next day. The greenies will loose because (as they learned in Colorado) cities and counties cannot preempt the wider interests of the state.
The more attention you greenies draw to yourselves, the more you loose. So please please keep it up.
Posted on November 5 at 10:02 p.m.
Creating sweeping policies around vague, speculative fears of this (or that), has never been healthy. Sadly the green-left excels at fear-based politics. They promise more of the same in the future.
On What Really Matters About Measure P
Posted on November 4 at 3:46 p.m.
Measure P was hatched Marxists, then carried along by Koch Brother hating, Kool Aid drinking idealogues.
On Endorsements 2014