May lead to new ways to treat the disorder via gene therapy.
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REP. LUIS GUTIERREZ TO LA RAZA: GET AMNESTY TO 'PUNISH' [WHITE] AMERICANS FOR BEING AGAINST ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION
Video (2:29 min.)
And, no doubt some of the stupid haters in Costa Mesa are only too willing to help punish White Americans for the sin of being born White.
And, please, some of you self-haters don't say that you're White so it's absurd to think you hate Whites and want to punish them. We see you. Self-hate is the worst hate.
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Photo of the suspect with the above linked story.
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A FEW MORE THOUGHTS ON THE CHARTER AND THE HATERS
Maybe some of the haters simply don't understand that we don't have direct democracy in this country (and for good reasons, partly related to the size of the population).
The closest we come to it is in some very small New England villages where the village folk (I almost wrote village people) have village meetings to decide on spending the little money the village has, and it's usually on very minor things such as how much salt to buy for the roads in the winter.
What we have throughout most of the country is representative government. That is, we elect people to represent us.
And the above leads me to the "They don't listen to the people," whine...
One of the really stupid and frequent whines of some of the haters is the complaint that some city council members don't listen to the people. This is absurd. They do listen. I've seen all five members looking right at some of the kooks who show up at the podium and, sadly, it's almost impossible to not hear them. I've seen no ear muffs or cotton in the ears of the council members.
But, of course, what the haters really mean is that the council members don't always do what the haters want them to do. Again, maybe the haters don't understand that listening to suggestions, even from nutcakes is part of the job of the council members. Doing what the nutcakes want, when what the nutcakes want makes no good sense or doesn't help improve Costa Mesa, is not part of the job.
It is up to the council members to decide on various issues. It's always wise to let people give their opinions on issues--if for no other reason than to let people buy into their governance--but it is still up to the council members to ultimately decide on how to handle the issues before them.
A FEW THOUGHTS ON THE CHARTER AND THE HATERS
-The Haters like to say that the citizens of Costa Mesa defeated the last charter as though the citizens spontaneously rose up ala Les Miserables and marched on city hall. This is nonsense. What happened was that the unions pumped thousands and thousands of dollars into convincing unengaged, and apathetic citizens to vote against the charter. The voters were manipulated by out of town money.
--The Haters like to bring up Bell. Bell was different than Costa Mesa. Maybe you haven't been to Bell. I have. It is an illegal alien infested city in the midst of several other illegal alien infested cities. The illegal aliens don't like to make waves or call attention to themselves as they don't want to be deported. That left the crooks in city hall free to do whatever they wanted to do. We don't have that situation in Costa Mesa (we don't have as many illegal aliens)--at least not to the degree we see in Bell. One aside on this. Back when we were putting together the Westside Plans, the local lefties kept saying that we needed to include the "stakeholders" (read illegal aliens) in the discussions. When we said the stakeholders should come to meetings, the lefties replied, almost to a person, that the stakeholders were "shy." Yes, they actually said that. And, the illegal aliens in Bell were also "shy." They didn't want to show up with dirty hands complaining about the city government or asking too many questions
--And, as you think about the charter, remember that the first attempt probably would have passed had the former city clerk not screwed things up by missing a deadline. I'd still like to know who among the suits at city hall was supposed to be making sure she did her job. Remember, the city council members aren't supposed to interact very much with staff, including the city clerk, so we can't lay this screw-up at their feet. So, you wonder why we say the charter more than likely would have passed but for the screw-up? The answer is simple: timing is important and the timing was right.
--And, while we're bringing up the subject of why someone wasn't making sure the city clerk did her job, I'd also like to know who the hell didn't vet that liberal, Democrat activist and former Democrat candidate for mayor of Anaheim and interim police chief who was brought on board and who then left the job while making nasty comments about some of the politicians. Wasn't that foreseeable?
--And, there are a few other hiring problems, that I won't go into here in detail, as well as that crap of replacing all the good desktop computers, etc.all at one time. And, why isn't the crime report back up yet on the city's website? It really looks, to some folks we've talked to, as though someone in city hall is hiring incompetents and then instead of getting rid of them, they're hiring more people to cover the butts of the incompetents. So, we're ending up with some redundant suits who are costing us a fortune. Do we really need so many Chiefs? How about some Braves?
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SCIENTIST RUNS CAR ON HYDROGEN THAT HE PRODUCES AT HOME
Video (10:46 min.)
The process is simple and you can do the same thing.
First, you need to build a particle accelerator, unless you already have one. Then...
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PRO CHARTER COLUMN IN THE DAILY PILOT
There's another pro charter column in the Daily Pilot today. And, immediately following it are comments from the usual slack jawed, tiny brain herd of haters. As usual, these haters say the same stupid things over and over. They seem to be on a very short loop of stupid.
Folks, these haters are the worst of Costa Mesa and show why our city isn't called Costa Mensa.
These haters have the same tiny brains as the Loyalists in early America who wanted to keep being ruled by Great Britain. I swear, there's something in the psychology of these haters that makes them want to run away from freedom.
With the charter we have the opportunity to have some local control of our affairs right here in Costa Mesa, but the haters want to continue the control of faceless bureaucrats in faraway Sacramento. That's just nuts.
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