Sunday's Letters to the Editor

Sunday's Letters to the Editor

There are 5 comments on the Long Beach Press-Telegram story from Apr 24, 2010, titled Sunday's Letters to the Editor. In it, Long Beach Press-Telegram reports that:

The headline on Ruben Navarrette's April 21 column would be far more accurate if the "n't" on "haven't" had been left off.

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Ignorance Is Bliss

Long Beach, CA

#1 Apr 25, 2010
We (as a nation) already live in a soft police state as it is. Massive surveillance society where CCTV cameras sit on every corner, police brutality is a common occurrence and a government that supports illegally wiretapping American citizens for the sake of "security"...

Whatever Arizona decides to do won't stop the incremental steps this country is taking in becoming more and more locked down for the average citizen.
Spike

San Jose, CA

#2 Apr 25, 2010
Ignorance Is Bliss wrote:
We (as a nation) already live in a soft police state as it is. Massive surveillance society where CCTV cameras sit on every corner, police brutality is a common occurrence and a government that supports illegally wiretapping American citizens for the sake of "security"...
Whatever Arizona decides to do won't stop the incremental steps this country is taking in becoming more and more locked down for the average citizen.
I hear crickets, nothing but crickets, and iggys one and only post.

And more crickets.
Constitution

Long Beach, CA

#4 Apr 25, 2010
Ignorance Is Bliss wrote:
We (as a nation) already live in a soft police state as it is. Massive surveillance society where CCTV cameras sit on every corner, police brutality is a common occurrence and a government that supports illegally wiretapping American citizens for the sake of "security"...
Whatever Arizona decides to do won't stop the incremental steps this country is taking in becoming more and more locked down for the average citizen.
It is amazing to see posts like yours get judged to be nuts & clueless. Typical American citizens do not even see what is going on around them. Their blind faith in a government that has failed all of us in massively destructive ways is disturbingly fascinating.

When the true bottom of this financial recession/depression if finally reached, and even the naive non-believers are awakened to the financial ruin and damage to personal freedoms that the politicians have left in their narcissistic, self-serving wake, there is going to be a true political revolution in America.
Ignorance Is Bliss

Long Beach, CA

#5 Apr 26, 2010
Constitution wrote:
<quoted text>It is amazing to see posts like yours get judged to be nuts & clueless. Typical American citizens do not even see what is going on around them. Their blind faith in a government that has failed all of us in massively destructive ways is disturbingly fascinating.
When the true bottom of this financial recession/depression if finally reached, and even the naive non-believers are awakened to the financial ruin and damage to personal freedoms that the politicians have left in their narcissistic, self-serving wake, there is going to be a true political revolution in America.
"If the freedom of speech is taken away then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter." - George Washington

"neither cast ye your pearls before swine"
Ignorance Is Bliss

Long Beach, CA

#6 Apr 26, 2010
Constitution wrote:
<quoted text>It is amazing to see posts like yours get judged to be nuts & clueless. Typical American citizens do not even see what is going on around them. Their blind faith in a government that has failed all of us in massively destructive ways is disturbingly fascinating.
When the true bottom of this financial recession/depression if finally reached, and even the naive non-believers are awakened to the financial ruin and damage to personal freedoms that the politicians have left in their narcissistic, self-serving wake, there is going to be a true political revolution in America.
Thought this would vilify my point :

Ill. State Reps Ask Gov. For National Guard to Cut Murder Rate

Bringing rifle toting units of the National Guard into the streets of Chicago is not the solution to city's surge in murders, experts said today.

"It's a very bad idea," said Bill Bratton, the former police commissioner of both Los Angeles and New York City. "The National Guard is that last thing you want in a situation of combating violence in national cities."

Bratton and others recoiled at the request made Sunday by Chicago Reps. John Fritchey and LaShawn Ford, both Democrats, that Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn deploy the Illinois National Guard to deal with the violence.

So far this year there have been 113 murders reported homicides, according to Chicago police statistics.

http://abcnews.go.com/US/illinois-lawmakers-r...

Wonder how many people know about the Posse Comitatus Act???

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