Steve Schnaar and Don Lane: It's time...

Steve Schnaar and Don Lane: It's time for real local campaign finance reform

There are 8 comments on the Santa Cruz Sentinel story from Jun 14, 2014, titled Steve Schnaar and Don Lane: It's time for real local campaign finance reform. In it, Santa Cruz Sentinel reports that:

In recent years, Americans' faith in democracy has become increasingly strained.

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bimmgoresao

Brentwood, CA

#1 Jun 15, 2014
schnarr-ly bro
TBSC Member

Santa Cruz, CA

#2 Jun 15, 2014
bimmgoresao wrote:
schnarr-ly bro
The people who own this city should govern this city. One person - one vote is a socialist conspiracy to take money from the people who EARNED it.

Schnar should have his TBSC membership revoked.
ANON

Danville, CA

#3 Jun 15, 2014
TBSC Member wrote:
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The people who own this city should govern this city. One person - one vote is a socialist conspiracy to take money from the people who EARNED it.
Schnar should have his TBSC membership revoked.
I sorta actually agree. But let's skip all this nonsense and just rename the town 'Canfeild Cruz' or how about 'Kaiser Permenete City'? I think TBSC would be surprised that some wealthy but eccentric people who are local residents are NOT in favor of their general directive...
ANON

Danville, CA

#4 Jun 15, 2014
ANON wrote:
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I sorta actually agree. But let's skip all this nonsense and just rename the town 'Canfeild Cruz' or how about 'Kaiser Permenete City'? I think TBSC would be surprised that some wealthy but eccentric people who are local residents are NOT in favor of their general directive...
Also if we decide to just sell to the highest bidder, than we certainly need to get rid of all those anti-business codes such as the Grocery plastic bag ban, the Chain stores lager than xx Squarefoot ban, AND of coarse my personal most hated; the drive-thru restaurant ban. I am not at all against business, just merchants being given special rights over public space, and the tax proceeds being spent on more cops and more surveillance.
ANON

Santa Cruz, CA

#5 Jun 17, 2014
ANON wrote:
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Also if we decide to just sell to the highest bidder, than we certainly need to get rid of all those anti-business codes such as the Grocery plastic bag ban, the Chain stores lager than xx Squarefoot ban, AND of coarse my personal most hated; the drive-thru restaurant ban. I am not at all against business, just merchants being given special rights over public space, and the tax proceeds being spent on more cops and more surveillance.
http://www.grammar-monster.com/easily_confuse...
Jew need moar edumacation.
Nutcake

Santa Cruz, CA

#6 Jun 17, 2014
ANON wrote:
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http://www.grammar-monster.com/easily_confuse...
Jew need moar edumacation.
Like posting to yourself Nutcake?
ANON

Santa Cruz, CA

#7 Jun 17, 2014
Nutcake wrote:
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Like posting to yourself Nutcake?
ur so smart wow
DBS

Aptos, CA

#8 Jun 17, 2014
ANON wrote:
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ur so smart wow
How's the job search going John?

Maybe you could ask Robert Kahnjob to help you find one?

Oh wait, he's not interested in helping anyone.

He just wants to exploit the parasite class.

Like you and FAT Pat.

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