Letusnamenames

United States

#82 Apr 19, 2013
Paul wrote:
Doesn't really matter what you think, does it? When judgement day comes on the perjury and forgery, and it will, then all will see how things have been working in the City of Arnold for many years. I look forward to that series of revelations.
And how do you expect that judgement day to come if it never sees the inside of a courtroom?
Letusnamenames

United States

#83 Apr 19, 2013
Rob Rosenfeld wrote:
<quoted text>
Who said I was trying to prove a point? YOu are proving a point, which is that you are an imbecile
You stated that you weren't out for the money. If you weren't trying to prove a point then why even file the suit, even if the point is that you aren't liable for the amount? You keep bringing up forgery and perjury, so the logical assumption is that is one point you are trying to prove.

And you gain no credibility by calling names. If you want to act like your candidate Doris of whom you gave a nice campaign contribution then feel free to do so, but that type of behavior and attitude is, in my opinion, most likely why she did t win any voters over.
Paul

Arnold, MO

#84 Apr 19, 2013
This will not be settled out of court, it will be settled in full public view.
Letusnamenames

United States

#85 Apr 19, 2013
One question Rosenfeld, did you give the campaign contribution in hopes that if she was elected she would return the favor by letting you out of your bridge liability and give you a good settlement to cover your legal costs?
Letusnamenames

United States

#86 Apr 19, 2013
Paul wrote:
This will not be settled out of court, it will be settled in full public view.
Good luck with getting the public to believe you all after all of the other antics you have pulled. Without a court decision stating such you have nothing but some more allegations that you cannot prove.
Rob Rosenfeld

Saint Louis, MO

#87 Apr 19, 2013
Letusnamenames wrote:
One question Rosenfeld, did you give the campaign contribution in hopes that if she was elected she would return the favor by letting you out of your bridge liability and give you a good settlement to cover your legal costs?
That makes a lot of sense since the settlement was completed in December and I made donations in March. You are indeed an imbecile. Does anyone else think its funny that someone goes by the pseudonym "Letusnamenames" while refusing to disclose his/her identity?
Rob Rosenfeld

Saint Louis, MO

#88 Apr 19, 2013
Letusnamenames wrote:
<quoted text>
You stated that you weren't out for the money. If you weren't trying to prove a point then why even file the suit, even if the point is that you aren't liable for the amount? You keep bringing up forgery and perjury, so the logical assumption is that is one point you are trying to prove.
And you gain no credibility by calling names. If you want to act like your candidate Doris of whom you gave a nice campaign contribution then feel free to do so, but that type of behavior and attitude is, in my opinion, most likely why she did t win any voters over.
I filed suit because I got a 280,000 bill for the Citys gigantic Bridge to Nowhere from the CIty, imbecile
Letusnamenames

United States

#89 Apr 19, 2013
You love that word imbecile. Just shows your lack of vocabulary. You've donated to campaigns in the past though. What were you expecting to gain from those contributions? Do you even live in Arnold? If not then you are no better than the big businesses making campaign donations locally and Doris and the other candidates are no better than the GOB for accepting them.
Letusnamenames

United States

#90 Apr 19, 2013
Rob Rosenfeld wrote:
<quoted text>
That makes a lot of sense since the settlement was completed in December and I made donations in March. You are indeed an imbecile. Does anyone else think its funny that someone goes by the pseudonym "Letusnamenames" while refusing to disclose his/her identity?
When was the settlement approves by the council?
Rob Rosenfeld

Saint Louis, MO

#91 Apr 19, 2013
Letusnamenames wrote:
You love that word imbecile. Just shows your lack of vocabulary. You've donated to campaigns in the past though. What were you expecting to gain from those contributions? Do you even live in Arnold? If not then you are no better than the big businesses making campaign donations locally and Doris and the other candidates are no better than the GOB for accepting them.
Yes, I do want something for my campaign contributions- an end to corrupt government in Arnold. I have firsthand experience with the "antics" of morons (theres a synonym for imbecile) like you who sought to ruin my business and steal my property and I have this weird desire that stuff like that shouldnt happen anymore. That darn 1st amendment lets me participate.
Rob Rosenfeld

Saint Louis, MO

#92 Apr 19, 2013
Letusnamenames wrote:
You love that word imbecile. Just shows your lack of vocabulary. You've donated to campaigns in the past though. What were you expecting to gain from those contributions? Do you even live in Arnold? If not then you are no better than the big businesses making campaign donations locally and Doris and the other candidates are no better than the GOB for accepting them.
I think you work at City Hall- why dont you name your name, Letusnamenames? What are you afraid of?
Concerned Citizen

Lund, Sweden

#93 Apr 19, 2013
Letusnamenames wrote:
You love that word imbecile. Just shows your lack of vocabulary. You've donated to campaigns in the past though. What were you expecting to gain from those contributions? Do you even live in Arnold? If not then you are no better than the big businesses making campaign donations locally and Doris and the other candidates are no better than the GOB for accepting them.
Do you really want to go there? Look at who got what in contributions! Who benefited greatly from out of town interests (can you say Ron Counts)? http://arnold.patch.com/articles/counts-outra... All but one of Doris' donors are Arnold residents and the other has business there.
Letusnamenames

United States

#94 Apr 19, 2013
Rosenfeld, that's the purpose of a website that provides anonymity. Your behavior is horrible on here. I'm starting to think they settled just to get you away from them. You never answered. Do you even live in Arnold?

And yes, Concerned Citizen, we can go there. With how much stink you all raise about contributions from out of town interests, Doris should have set the example by accepting NO campaign contributions from out of town interests. By accepting Rosenfeld's she is now no better than the GOB and a hypocrite in my opinion. Basically, if it benefitted her then the standards changed.
Trash Hauler

Arnold, MO

#95 Apr 19, 2013
Stink, oh yes it stinks all right! If you want to equate $600 to the thousands upon thousands that have come into the good old boys coffers from OUT OF STATE companies that do business with the city, well you go right ahead. His paltry contribution doesn't net him lucrative contracts or land deals like Duncan Avenue Properties, Raven Properties, Jones Properties, THF, Gerstner, Arapaho Development, Republic Waste, Prime Properties, this is going to be real special.
Letusnamenames

United States

#96 Apr 19, 2013
It still makes Doris a hypocrite no matter what the amount. If you are going to attack the others for accepting those types of contributions then you should not accept any either.

Just like the signs. You can't go around stating that you are for local small business and then buy your campaign signs from out of state. It makes you a hypocrite.
Trash Hauler

Arnold, MO

#97 Apr 19, 2013
Of course, Doris would logically be a hypocrite in your eyes, do you really think your opinion matters to her or anyone else? The city should do business with local businesses as much as possible when feasible. Doris did not and would not be making any back room deals as seems to be the norm here in Arnold. If local businesses have competitive prices, then that is the way to go, but to expect someone to pay two or three times more for something is quite ridiculous, wouldn't you say? Of course you wouldn't agree, because that would be logical, right?
Letusnamenames

United States

#98 Apr 19, 2013
If that is the case then you shouldn't be going around screaming that you support local business.

You didn't prove any point except that it is okay to be a hypocrite when it is to your advantage. How sad.
Rob Rosenfeld

Saint Louis, MO

#99 Apr 19, 2013
I would like to see good government everywhere, but it so happens I have had the bad fortune to learn firsthand about bad government in Arnold and I have had the good fortune to get to know Doris and some others who are committed to cleaning up Arnold's government and I want to help them and I intend to continue that effort until the government is cleansed of people like you.
Letusnamenames

United States

#100 Apr 19, 2013
Hate to disappoint you, but I'm not part of the government. You shouldn't make assumptions. It makes for poor business.

And by the way, in case you weren't informed the citizens (you know, those of us that actually LIVE here) voted and we like the government we have. So, you being an out of towner and trying to think you want to cleanse the government when you don't even live here shows the type of people that Doris attracts, people that don't live in Arnold. Hay still flocks and tries to have influence and he doesn't live here either. So I think you and Hay need to butt out of our politics and get involved in YOUR local politics because we like things here the way they are.
Rob Rosenfeld

Saint Louis, MO

#101 Apr 19, 2013
Letusnamenames wrote:
Hate to disappoint you, but I'm not part of the government. You shouldn't make assumptions. It makes for poor business.
And by the way, in case you weren't informed the citizens (you know, those of us that actually LIVE here) voted and we like the government we have. So, you being an out of towner and trying to think you want to cleanse the government when you don't even live here shows the type of people that Doris attracts, people that don't live in Arnold. Hay still flocks and tries to have influence and he doesn't live here either. So I think you and Hay need to butt out of our politics and get involved in YOUR local politics because we like things here the way they are.
Your kind of corrupt politics have had quite an impact on me and my business in Arnold. If you like this sort of politics, what are you doing in America- shouldnt you be in somewhere like Cuba?

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