Wednesday, January 11, 2012

CM PRESS # 737

[TECH PROBLEM WITH COMMENTS, SORRY]
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NEW ESTIMATE: 100 BILLION PLANETS IN OUR MILKY WAY GALAXY
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 HERE'S ELEANOR EGAN AGAIN

Ms. Eleanor spoke against the charter last night and got into the Daily Pilot today with her brilliant quote that the seven page charter has "[M]ore holes than Swiss cheese with a mouse in it." Now, wasn't that a brilliant and funny thing to say?

THIS IS ROBIN LEFFLER

The Robins are a frequent critic of the good Councilmembers.

Lately, why as late as last night, in fact, the Robins seem to have become obsessed with Jim Righeimer's sometimes use of the "royal we" when the Jims speak of actions that the Council or City may take.

The Robins  hears that "we" and figures that the Jims must be speaking to other people, by golly, and if those other people (squint eyes suspiciously here) are on the City Council, the Robins want to know if there's a Brown Act violation.

Gee, Robins, we CM PRESSES often use the " royal we" also, but we don't really mean we as more than one. We use it as a literary device. 

But the real issue with the Robins appears to be their dislike for the Jims rather than the issue of the charter.  If not, what are we  to make of this quote in the Daily Pilot from the Robins:  "We're not saying no to a charter. We're saying no to a Righeimer charter."

Ah, Robins, who is the "we're" in your above quote?  How many of you Robins are there? 

You can read more of what Eleanor and the Robins have to say in the DAILY PILOT HERE.

That's all that we Martins have to say about this at this time.
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LAWYER DEFENDING SOUTH CAROLINA'S VOTER ID LAWS THINKS DOJ IS BIASED AGAINST WHITE PEOPLE, SUES

From A3P.
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A HERD OF GOSLOW WENDYITES APPROACHES CITY HALL

"Go slow, go sloooow, go sloooooooow, the draft charter is seven pages.  Go sloooooooooooow.

"We can't be expected to read seven whole pages in a month!

"That's more pages than we've read in our entire lives and the pages we read before mostly had pictures."

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GERALDO RIVERA: THE LAST TO KNOW THAT MITT'S FATHER WAS BORN IN MEXICO?

The CM PRESS thought everyone knew this, so we didn't bother writing our own column about it.

Here's the story in a nutshell: Among the Mormons who fled to Mexico to avoid religious persecution in the U.S. was Mitt Romney's grandfather who had several wives. From one of those wives, Mitt's father was born.

There are still a couple of Mormon colonies in Mexico.
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[UPDATE]:  AZ SCHOOL DISTRICT VOTED LAST NIGHT TO KILL ITS HATE WHITEY PROGRAM

State said it would cut off funds if it kept its hate Whitey program. 

Just another sign that Whites are starting to fight back against anti-White bigots and haters.

Now, how about a Congressional White Caucus to protect White interests just as there is a Congressional Black Caucus and a Congressional Latino Caucus?

[And over in the wings, the Good Whites say, "Tsk, tsk, it would be racist to have a Congressional White Caucus, but it's great that there's a Congressional Black Caucus and a Congressional Latino Caucus.  It just shows that THOSE people are proud of who and what they are."]
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CM CITY COUNCIL
CM PRESS stock photo

Jim Righeimer has come up with a seven page draft charter for the city that is based on charters that work for other cities. 

Seven pages. 1, 2, 3,4, 5, 6, 7.  Seven.  7.  One more than six.  One less than eight. Not nine.  Not ten.  Seven. Five fingers on one hand, plus two on the other.  Not even two complete hands.

This plainly worded seven page draft charter (with no big words)pretty much keeps everything the same as it is now in the city, but gives local control to the citizens of Costa Mesa instead of letting politicians in Sacramento decide what is right for us.

But at last night's City Council meeting, the usual characters trooped to the podium to tell the Council that the Council should slow down because many people don't understand the charter and need time to understand it.

Don't understand?  It's only seven pages long.  How long does it take some of these people to read seven pages and understand what is there?

Others said that many in the public haven't even heard of the charter.

Folks, if you've followed civic affairs in this or any other city, you know that there will always be people who can't understand simple English written on just a few pages.

You also know that the City could put information about the charter on billboards on every busy street in the city, on banners behind planes, in letters to every house in the city, and do all of these things and more for ten years, and there would still be people who would say slow down we don't understand, and others who would say that they've never heard of the charter.  And, I don't mean this figuratively.

But the truth behind this slow reading and slow thinking herd is just lefty politics and human frailty.

Many of the people who spoke last night are the same lefties, exhibitionists and haters who speak at almost every City Council meeting. 

The lefties are driven by the unions and want to keep feathering the nests of the union employees by electing puppets to the City Council this year who will rob from citizens to pay employees who don't even live in this city.

The exhibitionists just want to put meaning in their otherwise meaningless lives by getting a shot of dopamine from their exhibitionism.

The haters just hate change, or their own lives,  or conservatives, or Republicans, or Righeimer, Mensinger, Bever and Monahan.

We  imagine the inner thoughts of some of the people who spoke...

 "HEY, LOOK AT ME! PLEASE! EVERYBODY LOOK AT ME! I AM SOMEBODY!  I'm standing up here and I don't know what the hell I'm talking about, because I don't have an original thought in my tiny brain, but I think I'm pretty much mirroring the mood of the majority of the lefties, other exhibitionists and haters who are here tonight, so applaud me when I finish. I need that applause. Smile at me also. I need that. Give me your nods of approval. Your attaboys.  Then, I'll feel really good about myself. I really need the approval of the herd because I have an inadequate personality and no sense of self worth.  But, if you missed me tonight, don't worry, I'll be back at all subsequent meetings on any subject and I'll try to follow the lefty herd at each so I can get more shots of dopamine."
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2 comments :

  1. CM Press, I think you've picked up on this, but the way to kill the Charter is not to challenge the document itself--the idea of seperating ourselves from Sacramento is a no brainer that any voter will vote for-- but kill it by attacking the process. Pull a Wendy--"we're going to fast, slow down" That is the only argument the unions have. You will hear a more committed campaign with union money to expolit this angle.

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  2. Thank God for CM Press! It is the only place a person can get to the truth of the matter.

    Geoff West taints everything he writes and the Daily Pilot either glosses over, or distorts, the most important subject matter.

    The CM Press truly tells it like it is. Thank you Martin Millard!!!

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