Former Councilwoman Susan Goldbeck an...

Former Councilwoman Susan Goldbeck announces City Council candidacy.

There are 8 comments on the Monterey County Weekly story from Jun 18, 2008, titled Former Councilwoman Susan Goldbeck announces City Council candidacy.. In it, Monterey County Weekly reports that:

Former Pacific Grove City Councilwoman Susan Goldbeck has announced her plan to run for City Council - 'again. Goldbeck served on the council from 2002 to 2006 but lost her 2006 bid for mayor.

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kaitlyn

Escondido, CA

#1 Jun 19, 2008
No, I don't think so.

When's she going to bury her step-father? Is it true that he died from aspirating stewed carrots jammed down his throat by Nazi nurses?

Well, they're not going to do that to me, by gum!
caitlyn21

Escondido, CA

#2 Jun 20, 2008
I agree. That Goldbeck family and what they let happen to children in their charge will definitely make it so they never get my vote for anything. That one kid in Vacaville; you know, that one was really abused and still has the story kicked around in San Diego almost every day. It really shows the depths the Democrats have sunk to now. I'm really proud to say that I'd never vote for any garbage like this.

It's weird how they can even get away with something this heinous.
vlk

Williamsport, PA

#3 Jun 20, 2008
What happened to the niece in Vacaville?
Why haven't they buried the dad?

caitlyn21 wrote:
I agree. That Goldbeck family and what they let happen to children in their charge will definitely make it so they never get my vote for anything. That one kid in Vacaville; you know, that one was really abused and still has the story kicked around in San Diego almost every day. It really shows the depths the Democrats have sunk to now. I'm really proud to say that I'd never vote for any garbage like this.
It's weird how they can even get away with something this heinous.
kaitlyn

Escondido, CA

#4 Jun 21, 2008
Well, I don't know, but the Vacaville girl's uncle was shot and killed right in the middle of Fair Oaks Blvd. in Carmichael back in '84. And he was cremated, but the mother kept his ashes in her closet for a long time. The mother got kind of crazy and weird, and ended up dying in a motel in '99. Now, no one's sure where the brother's buried at or if he is. Final interment or ash scattering is supposed to be chronicled someplace, isn't it?

But that Catholicism issue is what's topical, both families deeply Catholic. They seem to be copying each other's actions, and both are damaging to the families who they've had contact with or married into. That poor father-in-law. You know, I read that post about Goldbeck bringing up the impoverished South American children when she lived in Pt. Loma. Real Democrat showmanship, rich American woman helping out the foreign needy. But here at home her kid gets into a world of trouble raping, robbing, and stealing everything in PG, and the Vacaville kid getting white slavery. Why worry about foreign children when such tragedy is happening in her own family? And then all the South American friends of her's start retaliating on everyone who finds out what she's let happen to her new family. Shot out windows, home invasions, cars paintballed on election nights, the whole thing for years.

Keep Goldbeck in PG, it's a small town and she can be watched easily there. Her kid can be kept in sight, too. But if she gets back into a big city like San Diego, it's trouble.
herth

United States

#5 Aug 24, 2008
Hey, what's this all about, anyway? That sounds like some kind of political racketeering or something. Can you back all of these stories up? Really?

You know, things really did change in San Diego after her father-in-law died, exactly the day after, as a matter of fact. He was the last barrier against the San Diego neos. It was terrible, and a story all its own. Will it never be told?
vlk

Russell, PA

#6 Aug 28, 2008
herth,

Please tell the story. I'm confused
welnowiknow

Escondido, CA

#7 Mar 17, 2014
Well, I know Marines can't drive too good at all. Let's hope they don't get family or friends into Semper Fi-ville any too soon, I tell you.

This is a perfect example of the debate they had after WW II between veterans of the Pacific and the ETO. I understand the Japanese treated American POWs brutally, and so did the Axis. But, for the Pacific veterans to flood America with their allies at the cost and risk of their own children, the Baby Boomers, negates their very effort during the war. I know Europeans flooded the nation after the war, too, but the hostility of the Islanders is unadultered and passed on quite forcefully upon the Boomers.

What led to Vietnam? Mean dads, probably.
nodole

Carlsbad, CA

#8 Nov 1, 2014
I know I've seen many forged legal papers now. That's really terrible! Terribly forged legal papers put a person into horrible positions and leave them subject to great abuse. Attorneys are supposed to help a victim of forged legal documents climb out from under that type of abuse. Would Susan Goldbeck help an unfortunate of this ilk? No?

That's a good question.

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