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Posted on May 19 at 6:18 a.m.
right, but maybe most of the oligarchs DO understand that they're actively whining about what they did [ginormous tax cuts for hyper-wealthy]... and their ferocious attacks on social democracy comprise a strategy to keep liberals and lovers of democracy on their heels. We cut these folks WAY too much slack. They fear social democracy so they gin up their obfuscating criticisms...e.g. silly focus on Benghazi, pressure to go into Syria or to aid Israel attacking Iran, or... And to be fair, the IRS targeting of tea party'ish groups is grotesque and more heads need to roll.
On Housing Experiment Makes Debut
Posted on May 19 at 6:05 a.m.
BC, on the far right shoulder, enjoying guns, wanting the old days, decrying government and all booze? :)
On Sleep with Dogs, Wake with Flea Powder
Posted on May 18 at 5:08 p.m.
yes, Botany, you speak with your usual patrician scorn for the 47%, like Romnesia, and are less of a true American for it. Indeed, ask someone with a job, landlord.
Posted on May 18 at 2:39 p.m.
agreed, Botany, just the the Republican politicians handed the 1% ENORMOUS tax-breaks in 2002: money buying votes, eh? Oh yeah, they suddenly remembered the middle-class in 2003 and gave THEM an undeserved tax break too...but nada for the poorer classes, but hell, they don't vote so....
Posted on May 18 at 2:36 p.m.
uh "...if not for the country club SET" sorry
Posted on May 18 at 2:35 p.m.
yeah guys, let the ad hominem stuff go...I disagree with the italian when he writes, "if it was not for the country club " we would have an even worse freeway situation here, no, it's all those liberals and activists as well as the dough from Montecito 1%ers. Let's end the left-lane ramps nonsense now. The southbound on-ramp from Sheffield of course enters the 101's fast lane [left lane]: this disaster should be closed immediately. Too bad for Montecitans.
Posted on May 18 at 12:10 p.m.
correct, Ken, many many politicians made large gobs of money from these shenanigans, from both danged parties. More than voters, most politicians need MONEY to survive in our corrupt system. With the money, these politicians [both parties, again I say] buy and trick the voters... SCOTUS's Citizens United decision made the role of money in politics even larger.
Posted on May 18 at 9:17 a.m.
Sideways is in the StaYnez formerly rustic winery row, right?
Posted on May 17 at 5:54 p.m.
I thought it went "Paranoia strikes deep...into your heart it will creep...old folks carryin' signs...sayin' go away, it ain't your time...think I gotta STOP now, hey what'd you say...?" but I may be a bit confused. My band Galaxy 9 has a song like this....I never use a gun in the backcountry (which is unlike NYC as well as Gaviota canyon), and have never needed one, though I have poured boiling water on a pygmy rattler coiled around some gear & would not be induced to depart...
On Guns of Gaviota
Posted on May 17 at 3:33 p.m.
yeah, if end up doing the gi at least let it be city-wide. Is that even feasible?
On Heated Debate Over Gang Injunction
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