As You See It: Oct. 9, 2010

As You See It: Oct. 9, 2010

There are 33 comments on the Santa Cruz Sentinel story from Oct 9, 2010, titled As You See It: Oct. 9, 2010. In it, Santa Cruz Sentinel reports that:

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brad

San Jose, CA

#24 Oct 9, 2010
Hoohumm wrote:
I am not trying to revise history to cover blatant lies, and deceit. I have no need to. You think you know so much, but your still living in your mommys basement. Payroll, on your antfarm. Your a joke trying to make reality match your delusions. You failed again.
Your fired. Any dumb turd can exceed your achievements.
Next you will be telling us your 7 root canals are not due to meth use. This also explains your scrambled rantings, and paranoia.
The maggots are eating your brain.
LOLOLOLOLOLOL
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Yes folks, this is what happens when liberals reproduce. No.. don't look away! I know it's ugly, but it's important for you to see what it really looks like. It's what happens when you don't keep score and every kid gets a trophy. Where everything you have ever owned was given to them by your parents, and you expect the government to do the same; you view the same government to free you from the tyranny of having to make choices about your life. You live in a world still dominated by "mommy", basements, ant-farms, brain eating maggots and Methamphetamine addicts with a good dental plan. I am reminded of Winston Churchill who said, "If you're not a liberal at twenty you have no heart, if you're not a conservative at forty you have no brain." So there may still be hope.
Bingo

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#25 Oct 9, 2010
Norm wrote:
Thanks for confirming my suspicion that most republicans are morons. You try to blame the Dems for everything, claim the president isn't really an American and actually believe that by giving tax breaks to millionaires and corporations all problems will be solved. It has never worked and it never will. You decry regulation as an impediment to business and then blame Democrats when the unregulated tycoons nearly destroy the economy. What will it take for you to wake up?
Norm, you are wrong, wrong, wrong. You couldn't be more wrong even if you tried to be. Why don't you do some studying on the subject. That way when you open your mouth it might be for something other that to put your foot in. Just try looking at Europe and Germany's economies for example and you'll see they made consevative decisions and will make more and they're turning their economies around. They are actually climbing out of the recession not looking at a second one like we are. It's exactly oppisite of what bho and his merry band of socialists are doing in Washington. Bho has an agenda and he will not diviate from it. Thats why we have such high unemployment. If you can get enough brain cells together ask yourself why bho and his administration go against the majority of Americans including a lot of Democrats. The same goes for Sacramento. Your Liberal party has had control of California for a very long time and look what they have done to the State. Spin it however you want but you will not convience the majority of Americans that our economy will recover with the Liberals in control. Now I ask you, in light of all that has happened since bho has become President and the Liberals have been the majority party, what else will it take to wake you up?
Michael Lewis

Santa Cruz, CA

#26 Oct 9, 2010
Best for environment?

Destroying habitat for an endangered species is not "best for the environment." The City has been doing tarplant management in Arana Gulch since 1997 with no paved bicycle route cutting through critical habitat. How will building a twelve foot wide bicycle route through an Environmentally Sensitive Habitat Area be "best for the environment?"

The City's Broadway-Brommer Bicycle/Pedestrian Path project violates the California Coastal Act and the Endangered Species Act. How is this "Best for the Environment?"
Ship Of Fools

United States

#27 Oct 9, 2010
Uh, hi Teren. I own rentals and declare the rents received as income. Therefore it is taxed. Uh, also I pay property taxes twice a year on my houses. The best tenants I have are the ones from other places. The worst tenants I ever had were those whom were born and raised in Santa Cruz. And, I would love my rentals to be sanctioned as a business. I could then write-off all my time spent managing the properties.
My my my

Watsonville, CA

#28 Oct 9, 2010
Lots of crazies writing letters to the editor today...
Bingo is Right

Hayward, CA

#29 Oct 10, 2010
Tea party like bingo
gatherings. Usually limited in their breadth of experience in life, they have settled into bingo as entertainment. Not as difficult or requiring quick wit like jeopardy. Less stressful than the price is right (although having Right in the name is a plus). It evokes the warmth and goodness of small town real Americans. You know, the ones unable to get out of the small town to pursue their dreams. Horse collared into only the limited experience that they got in school, restaurant, laundromat, gas station. It is reassuring to know nothing is going to change. Only someone you know will win at bingo. Outsiders are not usually seen. Guests are only with relatives who can vouch for them. Nothing is really ventured, and nothing is gained. It is a safe secure feeling. Not as impressive as the United States. But that involves all sorts of things that are not comfortable. Like who wants to accept that others might want to do icky things with, and to their bodies? Make choices for themselves? It is safer and secure when it is all defined for you. Hell, we do not want to make our own choices, let alone think about change! It is so overwhelming

Since: Feb 08

Santa Cruz

#30 Oct 10, 2010
Bingo is Right wrote:
Tea party like bingo
gatherings. Usually limited in their breadth of experience in life, they have settled into bingo as entertainment. Not as difficult or requiring quick wit like jeopardy. Less stressful than the price is right (although having Right in the name is a plus). It evokes the warmth and goodness of small town real Americans. You know, the ones unable to get out of the small town to pursue their dreams. Horse collared into only the limited experience that they got in school, restaurant, laundromat, gas station. It is reassuring to know nothing is going to change. Only someone you know will win at bingo. Outsiders are not usually seen. Guests are only with relatives who can vouch for them. Nothing is really ventured, and nothing is gained. It is a safe secure feeling. Not as impressive as the United States. But that involves all sorts of things that are not comfortable. Like who wants to accept that others might want to do icky things with, and to their bodies? Make choices for themselves? It is safer and secure when it is all defined for you. Hell, we do not want to make our own choices, let alone think about change! It is so overwhelming
Sour grapes much?
History of being right

Hayward, CA

#31 Oct 10, 2010
Corruption, Lies, War, Torture, INSANE spending increases for unnecessary while not accomplishing border security, or energy independence. Huge deficit spending, chickenhawks sending Americans to war.
Embrace your legacy to America.
You own it.
It is your disgrace.
It is why you were fired.
You do not have the answers.
You only bring more problems.

Funny you reference Germany.
Read your history of the GOP, bankers influence, etc.
http://www.proliberty.com/observer/20070405.h...
http://neworleans.indymedia.org/news/2007/10/...
W is 675000 fewer jobs

Hayward, CA

#32 Oct 10, 2010
in 8 years. Nice, if your an enemy of the United States.
STOP the WAR Criminals

Hayward, CA

#33 Oct 10, 2010

“Where Did All the Money Go?”

Since: Sep 08

Santa Cruz, CA

#34 Oct 10, 2010
History of being right wrote:
Corruption, Lies, War, Torture, INSANE spending increases for unnecessary while not accomplishing border security, or energy independence. Huge deficit spending, chickenhawks sending Americans to war.
Embrace your legacy to America.
You own it.
It is your disgrace.
It is why you were fired.
You do not have the answers.
You only bring more problems.
Funny you reference Germany.
Read your history of the GOP, bankers influence, etc.
http://www.proliberty.com/observer/20070405.h...
http://neworleans.indymedia.org/news/2007/10/...
From your complaint list, are you talking about the Bush II or the Obama Administration or perhaps both?
brad

San Jose, CA

#35 Oct 10, 2010
Soquel by the Creek wrote:
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From your complaint list, are you talking about the Bush II or the Obama Administration or perhaps both?
Darn, you beat me to it! Meet the old boss, same as the old boss.
SCMom

Santa Cruz, CA

#36 Oct 10, 2010
Kathy Bayer is a lucky person if that is all she worries about on a daily basis. She should have real life issue to deal with, then she would not even see it on her way home. The problems of the affulent are not real problems

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