Water bond makes waves in Woodland

Water bond makes waves in Woodland

There are 10 comments on the Daily Democrat story from Jul 9, 2010, titled Water bond makes waves in Woodland. In it, Daily Democrat reports that:

California's contentious water bond package was once again a topic of local discussion, as the Woodland Chamber of Commerce dedicated their monthly luncheon toward an examination of the hot-button issue.

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Realist

San Antonio, TX

#1 Jul 9, 2010
Sure, pass the $11.1 BILLION package. The state teeters on the edge of being bankrupt. Push it over the edge. Why wait, pass more money spending bills. Don't consider saving money.
Tiredofintoleran ce

United States

#3 Jul 9, 2010
Nuthinsurprizesm eanymore wrote:
I boil my water
Silly person. You bring in to question anyone with a West Sacramento posting. Your childish ignorance in posing as another poster is imbecilic. Obviously you lack the intellect or resources to debate so you resort to your moronic little posts. He must have really touched a nerve with you. You exhibit the classic signs of a weak little person who can only stike out as you do. I pity you.

Since: May 10

Woodland, CA

#4 Jul 10, 2010
Tiredofintolerance wrote:
<quoted text>Silly person. You bring in to question anyone with a West Sacramento posting. Your childish ignorance in posing as another poster is imbecilic. Obviously you lack the intellect or resources to debate so you resort to your moronic little posts. He must have really touched a nerve with you. You exhibit the classic signs of a weak little person who can only stike out as you do. I pity you.
Probably the same one posting as me, I was going to change my handle and then just said screw it and registered. I think it is a laid off police officer or something based on how I was attacked and the comments I was posting, I struck a nerve I guess.
Tiredofintoleran ce

United States

#5 Jul 10, 2010
Intheloop wrote:
<quoted text>
Probably the same one posting as me, I was going to change my handle and then just said screw it and registered. I think it is a laid off police officer or something based on how I was attacked and the comments I was posting, I struck a nerve I guess.
You strike my “nerves” sometimes, too, but I think I'd just rather debate and discuss. I'll have to start looking and see if the boy wonder starts using my handle but Ilike your approach. I'll look in to it. BTW, even though we disagree at times, I look for your posts. Different viewpoints are just that, different. Keep them coming.

Since: May 10

Woodland, CA

#6 Jul 10, 2010
Tiredofintolerance wrote:
<quoted text>You strike my “nerves” sometimes, too, but I think I'd just rather debate and discuss. I'll have to start looking and see if the boy wonder starts using my handle but Ilike your approach. I'll look in to it. BTW, even though we disagree at times, I look for your posts. Different viewpoints are just that, different. Keep them coming.
Well thank you. I like debating and am not afraid to put my point out there. I try to never attack the person, have a time or two but would rather ignore it when people get real ugly.

Yeah, my family says the same thing, I get on their nerves sometimes but they always come to me when they have a problem....

I would rather someone disagree with me and give me another point of view than have a bunch of yes mens hanging around.
Dont Fool Me

Mountain View, CA

#7 Jul 10, 2010
One thing is guaranteed. If it passes it will be blamed on the politicians. Stupid voters.
The Quaggas in Tahoe

Lucerne, CA

#8 Jul 10, 2010
http://www.sacbee.com/2010/07/10/2880868/figh...

Do not care about the Water Bond.

“Stop shouting.”

Since: Jul 10

Woodland, CA

#9 Jul 10, 2010
Intheloop said:“ I try to never attack the person, have a time or two but would rather ignore it when people get real ugly.”

That is something I need to improve upon but sometimes......count to 2047 and things will be OK.
Ali Akbar

Los Angeles, CA

#10 Jul 10, 2010
I thought it said Water Board, never mind
Corrupt-O-Crats

United States

#11 Jul 10, 2010
Realist wrote:
Sure, pass the $11.1 BILLION package. The state teeters on the edge of being bankrupt. Push it over the edge. Why wait, pass more money spending bills. Don't consider saving money.
Quote:
"Push it over the edge" ???

Correction if I may WIDE OPEN over the edge ...

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