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Posted on November 11 at 11:32 a.m.
Another feel-good piece of BS from the do-nothing morons.
On Second Part of Bag Ban Starting Friday
Posted on November 5 at 10:05 a.m.
I'm surprised, considering the absolute enviro-nazi nature of so many people in this area, that Measure P failed. But' I'm glad it did. I'm at least thankful for that small miracle. However, the brain dead zombies of the 24th Congressional District once again gave us two more do nothing years of Lois "Term Limits" Capps. Doesn't anyone remember back in the late 90's when she was tearing her guts out over term limits? She'll be on her 20th year in Congress at the end of her next term. Do we (and by "we" I mean those of you that keep voting for her) have short memories, or are we just used to having an ultra-lefty bag of bones "representing" us?
On Capps Survives; Measures P and S Flame Out
Posted on August 12 at 9:41 a.m.
Sure. Just what we need; Another incentive for more bums to come here.
On Third Time the Charm for Miramar?
Posted on July 23 at 1:13 p.m.
"It's far better to empower yourself" -loonpt
Okay. I'll empower myself. The next time I have to walk through a gang infested neighborhood, I'll just carry my loaded Glock. Wait a minute. I can get arrested for that. I guess I'll decide not to break the law instead, and just live with that danger that I'm supposed to put up with (according to you). You talk about losing rights? Since when is the gang banger's right to be a gang banger more important than my right to walk through the streets for which I pay taxes, and they pay none?
"Violent street gangs exist almost solely as illicit substance distributors and they have to fight turf wars and they are required to 'police' themselves with regards to settlement disputes." -loonpt
Are you really so dillusional that you think that if all drugs were made legal, these little turds would just go out and get jobs? They would just find some other criminal enterprise to make their money. And, they would protect that enterprise by equally violent means. I suppose we should just decriminalize everything.
You seem to want to live in denial regarding our gang problem. Oh. It's just a little gang problem. It could be worse. What in Hell do you think is going to keep it from getting worse? Your bleeding heart?
On Judge Strikes Down Gang Injunction
Posted on July 23 at 12:03 p.m.
So, I guess if George Ied would have had the option of swimming home, instead of walking through a neighborhood that he had every right to walk through, he still would have been killed. Why don't you also look up the number of shark attacks worldwide, as opposed to gang violence. Your comparisons are rediculous. Sharks do what sharks do. Are you saying that the behavior of these little thugs is innate, like sharks feeding in the ocean? If that's the case, we really need to eliminate the threat. There is no amount of touchy-feely crap that will turn these little hoodlums around.
"I do in fact have to go in the ocean, but I do not support a shark injunction."-loonpt
That's right. When there is a shark attack in the area (extremely rare), steps are taken to eliminate further threat; and that doesn't mean building more community centers and midnight basketball programs for the sharks. Stop being a dullard.
Posted on July 23 at 10:30 a.m.
Pure ignorance. Do you really thing that your chances of getting attacked by a shark are actually greater than getting attacked by one of these pathetic little gangsters? Check the stats on gang violence. We don't have to go into the ocean. But, we do have to leave our homes. Don't be lame.
Posted on July 23 at 10:25 a.m.
Doesn't this idiot have anything better to do? This is just a bunch of feel good BS. How about getting the old Miramar property squared away, instead of just taking money in exchange for empty promises of doing something about it. How many years has it been now? Carbajal, you're a headline grabbing, do nothing, career politician troll. Try working a real job, for once in your life.
On Carbajal in Climate Change Talks
Posted on July 23 at 10:16 a.m.
I wonder what George Ied would say about this idiotic decision. Oh! I guess you've all forgotten about him. Let me refresh your memory. He was the guy beaten to death, walking home from work, by some scumbag gang bangers that were just released from federal custody. I guess he wasn't a prisoner in his own home, since he was coming home from work. Too bad he never got a chance to make it home, and be imprisoned there, instead of lying dying in the streets. No gang problem? You people are dillusional.
Posted on March 18 at 1:39 p.m.
It's a good thing that Governor Moonbeam is such a little man. It makes it easier for him to fit in the union's pocket.
On Brown's Formula a Win for Schools
Posted on March 18 at 1:34 p.m.
It's a good thing our southern border is "more secure than ever"...
On Panga Runners Land at Vandenberg