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San Bernardino, CA

Measure C, other local races show little change

Amen, Right On the button. The sad part is that people vote for all these add-ons because they want the parks to be beautiful, a high speed train to Las Vegas, and so on and so on. Wake up people, and send a giant wake up call to those we elect. "I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take this anymore". If you didn't vote, you should have. If you did vote, thank you. No matter if we agree on the choices I will respect your constitutional right to voice it at a city council meeting, a board of supervisors meeting, in the opinion section of your local newspaper, with a sign in your yard. Please, please, please, stand up and be heard.  (Nov 3, 2010 | post #2)

San Bernardino, CA

Say no to Measure C

The child like name calling and finger pointing on both sides of this that are demonstrated on this forum only serve to humiliate voters that are trying to make an intelligent choice on Nov 2nd. Actually very few will be going to the polls, most have already voted my mail in ballot. This verbal/written vomit serves no purpose and if unwilling to post with real names cowardly.  (Oct 28, 2010 | post #220)

San Bernardino, CA

C smells like Bell

Teresa, We may be on different sides of the fence on Measure C but I appreciate your opinion and value all community involvement. We may disagree on this issue but agree on others and my opinions are not tied to specific politicians. I have agreed and disagreed with both Morris and Penman numerous times but that is what makes our form of government so awesome. I do not agree with some that post when they make negative and immature comments. If they are afraid of a lash back then comments should not be negative and kept professional. Thanks for caring about our community. Kathy  (Oct 21, 2010 | post #35)

San Bernardino, CA

Modernize ancient city charter

There must be a way to speak on the issues and not do name calling and pointing of fingers. Both sides of this issue have valid points and as people mark there ballots I would hate to think that the choice they end up making is biased one way or another due to the mudslinging and character assasination done on any of these forums related to measure C. Thank you to those that are sticking to the issues and shame on those that do not have a good enough grasp of the enlish language to not make rude retorts. I'm just saying .... Peace.  (Oct 21, 2010 | post #35)

San Bernardino, CA

Versions differ over Penman-Kilmer clash

Good analysis of the Tuesday Night "Debate" and overall statement of your viewpoint. I lik your "book".  (Oct 21, 2010 | post #30)

San Bernardino, CA

Versions differ over Penman-Kilmer clash

Don't ass-u-me all opposed to this measure are Penman supporters.  (Oct 21, 2010 | post #29)

San Bernardino, CA

Say no to Measure C

I do not question the character and integrity of Ms. Johnson or Rev. Turner. I applaud their speaking out and taking a stand on all issues in our community. It is wrong to assume that anyone that has an opposing viewpoint on either side of this issue to be labeled with a group sterotype of character, intellegence, and economic standing. Shame on anyone on both sides of this issue for name calling, finger pointing, and character assasination.  (Oct 21, 2010 | post #178)

San Bernardino, CA

Say no to Measure C

Ah, I see I may not have been clear in my statement. I have chosen to not specifically state my postion on this measure as I believe this type of forum should be used to interact with all individuals that choose to share an intellectual viewpoint and respond to them as well as those that have resorted to the same antics of name calling and finger pointing that are causing our city to implode. As a somewhat short term resident and home owner in the city (8.5 yrs) I have voted in each election and find most of the choices I have to make very difficult and usually the have to decide on the least of two or three bad choices. I have never totally agreed or disagreed with the opinions, voting record, or job performance of any of the elected officials. When making a final decision it usually comes down to that person whom I believe will best protect the financial interests of the city. If intergity was my soul criterea then I wish there was a "none of the above" option. I think that might be the winner.  (Oct 21, 2010 | post #174)

San Bernardino, CA

Modernize ancient city charter

I would like to commend those who actually use their true identity when posting. Hiding behind a ficticious name makes me believe that some of these posts are from the very same politicos that have created the discord at city hall. They are on both sides of the Measure C issue and it is precisely this type of behavior that has us where we are now as a city. He Said, She Said, blah, blah, blah. Read the language of the Measure and decide based upon those specifics and not the individuals involved. Close door deals, promised appointments, etc, etc -, all sides speak half truths and have an agenda that is not very well hidden but as an electorate it is our duty to see past all the b.s. and make a decision that not only we can live with but will have an impact on the future of this city.  (Oct 20, 2010 | post #20)

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