Otero passes one, rejects two bond qu...

Otero passes one, rejects two bond questions

There are 15 comments on the Alamogordo Daily News story from Nov 8, 2012, titled Otero passes one, rejects two bond questions. In it, Alamogordo Daily News reports that:

Otero County voters narrowly passed one bond question in Tuesday's election but, conversely, narrowly rejected the other two on the ballot.

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WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#1 Nov 8, 2012
What a shame. All shold have ben rejected!
eieioh

Santa Fe, NM

#2 Nov 8, 2012
and two democraps were rejected also....dubois and weedham...
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#3 Nov 8, 2012
weedham doesn't count for squat. Even the loony libs won't claim that nutt case!
Take the money

Alamogordo, NM

#4 Nov 8, 2012
WARRIOR wrote:
What a shame. All shold have ben rejected!
But you can bet your a$$ that the county/city will take the money from the bonds - regardless of how their constituents voted.
Loyal Dem

Alamogordo, NM

#5 Nov 9, 2012
Thanks goodness the rest of the state has voters with the ability to see how the GO bonds can only HELP the universities, senior centers and libraries. All the GO bonds passed.
It is unfortunate that the GRT didn't pass. As funding diminishes for various programs in Alamogordo and Otero County, I hope that the nay-sayers can come up with alternative ways to pay for them.
And here's something to think about: When it comes time for Senator Heinrich to consider what bases in New Mexico need to be maintained, Kirkland and Clovis might have a little higher priority than Holloman. Maybe Pearce will be able to help....he already does so much for us:)
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#6 Nov 9, 2012
Loyal Dem wrote:
Thanks goodness the rest of the state has voters with the ability to see how the GO bonds can only HELP the universities, senior centers and libraries. All the GO bonds passed.
It is unfortunate that the GRT didn't pass. As funding diminishes for various programs in Alamogordo and Otero County, I hope that the nay-sayers can come up with alternative ways to pay for them.
And here's something to think about: When it comes time for Senator Heinrich to consider what bases in New Mexico need to be maintained, Kirkland and Clovis might have a little higher priority than Holloman. Maybe Pearce will be able to help....he already does so much for us:)
It's OFFICIAL Half of America ius stupid! The dem half!
whatever

Tularosa, NM

#7 Nov 9, 2012
Loyal Dem wrote:
Thanks goodness the rest of the state has voters with the ability to see how the GO bonds can only HELP the universities, senior centers and libraries. All the GO bonds passed.
It is unfortunate that the GRT didn't pass. As funding diminishes for various programs in Alamogordo and Otero County, I hope that the nay-sayers can come up with alternative ways to pay for them.
And here's something to think about: When it comes time for Senator Heinrich to consider what bases in New Mexico need to be maintained, Kirkland and Clovis might have a little higher priority than Holloman. Maybe Pearce will be able to help....he already does so much for us:)
If you are so interested in paying for the boondoggle projects our illustrious county commissioners want to support, how about you pay a little extra on your property taxes!
whatever

Tularosa, NM

#8 Nov 9, 2012
Loyal Dem wrote:
Thanks goodness the rest of the state has voters with the ability to see how the GO bonds can only HELP the universities, senior centers and libraries. All the GO bonds passed.
It is unfortunate that the GRT didn't pass. As funding diminishes for various programs in Alamogordo and Otero County, I hope that the nay-sayers can come up with alternative ways to pay for them.
And here's something to think about: When it comes time for Senator Heinrich to consider what bases in New Mexico need to be maintained, Kirkland and Clovis might have a little higher priority than Holloman. Maybe Pearce will be able to help....he already does so much for us:)
You mean Loyal Moron don't you?
Loyal Dem

Alamogordo, NM

#9 Nov 9, 2012
So, Warrior, I guess you'll just have to put up with us:) For the next four years, however, your immature criticism is just going to sound like whining. Meanwhile, I've never seen a legitimate argument from you with regard to the stances taken by the Democrats. What's wrong with trying to rectify the problems created by the Bush administration? What's so bad about ensuring health care for everyone? What's the problem with attempting to make our world just a little better by respecting the life-styles of the gay community and allowing same-sex marriage? And as far as supporting the enhancement of local cultural programs and making sure the universities, libraries and senior centers have funding to buy books, fix roofs and make general repairs - what's the problem? What can be so bad about learning, about expanding your thinking, about trying to be accepting of your fellow man, their beliefs and their ideas, about showing some respect for your community, the people who share your community and our country? You're so angry.....why? My suggestion: go see your doctor. Sometimes this angry behavior can be attributed to something physical. If not, maybe some psychotropic meds to calm you down a little:) Think 'Affordable Health Care' It can benefit you, too:)
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#10 Nov 9, 2012
Loyal Dem wrote:
So, Warrior, I guess you'll just have to put up with us:) For the next four years, however, your immature criticism is just going to sound like whining. Meanwhile, I've never seen a legitimate argument from you with regard to the stances taken by the Democrats. What's wrong with trying to rectify the problems created by the Bush administration? What's so bad about ensuring health care for everyone? What's the problem with attempting to make our world just a little better by respecting the life-styles of the gay community and allowing same-sex marriage? And as far as supporting the enhancement of local cultural programs and making sure the universities, libraries and senior centers have funding to buy books, fix roofs and make general repairs - what's the problem? What can be so bad about learning, about expanding your thinking, about trying to be accepting of your fellow man, their beliefs and their ideas, about showing some respect for your community, the people who share your community and our country? You're so angry.....why? My suggestion: go see your doctor. Sometimes this angry behavior can be attributed to something physical. If not, maybe some psychotropic meds to calm you down a little:) Think 'Affordable Health Care' It can benefit you, too:)
You are about to get everything you deserve! Enjoy!
whatever

Tularosa, NM

#11 Nov 9, 2012
Loyal Dem wrote:
So, Warrior, I guess you'll just have to put up with us:) For the next four years, however, your immature criticism is just going to sound like whining. Meanwhile, I've never seen a legitimate argument from you with regard to the stances taken by the Democrats. What's wrong with trying to rectify the problems created by the Bush administration? What's so bad about ensuring health care for everyone? What's the problem with attempting to make our world just a little better by respecting the life-styles of the gay community and allowing same-sex marriage? And as far as supporting the enhancement of local cultural programs and making sure the universities, libraries and senior centers have funding to buy books, fix roofs and make general repairs - what's the problem? What can be so bad about learning, about expanding your thinking, about trying to be accepting of your fellow man, their beliefs and their ideas, about showing some respect for your community, the people who share your community and our country? You're so angry.....why? My suggestion: go see your doctor. Sometimes this angry behavior can be attributed to something physical. If not, maybe some psychotropic meds to calm you down a little:) Think 'Affordable Health Care' It can benefit you, too:)
Libraries, senior centers and universities (indoctrination centers) already have funding. The only thing I'm angry about is people who have the temerity to dictate what I need to support! I would suspect I pay more in taxes than you make in ten years.
Layabout

Carrizozo, NM

#12 Nov 9, 2012
whatever wrote:
<quoted text>
Libraries, senior centers and universities (indoctrination centers) already have funding. The only thing I'm angry about is people who have the temerity to dictate what I need to support! I would suspect I pay more in taxes than you make in ten years.
Wow is it ever getting deep in here. I just admire that you chose to retire in a place where the only amenity is low cost of living. Most fabulously wealthy people like yourself want to retire in fancy places, but you chose to live among the most common of the people. May hat is indeed off to you.
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#13 Nov 9, 2012
Layabout wrote:
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Wow is it ever getting deep in here. I just admire that you chose to retire in a place where the only amenity is low cost of living. Most fabulously wealthy people like yourself want to retire in fancy places, but you chose to live among the most common of the people. May hat is indeed off to you.
Wealthy people get that way by managing their money goofus! What is wrong with living here? This is great country, lots of things to do and the climate is near perfect. Maybe you should get off of your fat lazy ass, get out there and get a job and make your own wealth!
Layabout

Carrizozo, NM

#14 Nov 9, 2012
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>Wealthy people get that way by managing their money goofus! What is wrong with living here? This is great country, lots of things to do and the climate is near perfect. Maybe you should get off of your fat lazy ass, get out there and get a job and make your own wealth!
You have a flair for being wrong. I work all the time with the intent of retiring to someplace nice. I am here because this is where my opportunty lies.
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#15 Nov 9, 2012
Layabout wrote:
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You have a flair for being wrong. I work all the time with the intent of retiring to someplace nice. I am here because this is where my opportunty lies.
So you are the typical LIBERAL TAKER!

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