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SF Sups have again gone over the deep end.

Discussion in 'Legal' started by bg, Jun 14, 2006.

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  1. bg

    bg Member

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    When you find out, let me know..
    Most of you've read that the SF gun ban was shot down.
    You've also read that SF is going to appeal. All knew the
    Board of Sups for SF were a lil off their rockers even
    coming up with Prop H. Well they've somehow managed
    to outdo Prop H with this moronic pc of work..>
    http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2006/06/14/BAGTSJDPFN1.DTL

    How does he know whats smart or what shows signs of
    having any common sense ? This IS Chris Daly..

    This beats all. A resolution trying to obtain 2,000,000.00
    of taxpayers money to defend willful lawbreakers against
    our own immigration laws !

    What in heavens name are they putting in the water
    in my old home town ?
     
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  2. Frohickey

    Frohickey Member

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    This tells me is that San Francisco is taxing their residents/visitors/businesses too much. Time to stop visiting SF.
     
  3. Thefabulousfink

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    Oh sure, it sounds like a smart, proactive, and compassionate idea, but what do you do when the $$2 million is used up and there is a line of Mexicans extending from SF to the Mexican border?:uhoh:
     
  4. Manedwolf

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    There's a lot of working poor CITIZENS in SF who would appreciate that kind of money for education, daycare for working single parents or something else useful.

    Let's see. Let's give $2,000,000 of taxpayer dollars to:

    - Something like daycare for working single parents who want to get off welfare and support their families on their own.

    or

    - Give it to illegal immigrants.

    Brilliant! Bet that makes the residents feel oh, SO valued...
     
  5. Standing Wolf

    Standing Wolf Member in memoriam

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    I don't miss the temperate climate and beaches very much any more.
     
  6. Zrex

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    How about giving it back to the people from whom it was... *ahem* collected in the first place?

    :eek: :D
     
  7. slzy

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    if all the illegals would leave the other 49,i would be willing to give kali back to mexico and call it even.
     
  8. Valkman

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    Doesn't suprise me a bit. This is the city that turned down having a WW2 ship docked there, that had a guy on Hannity & Colmes arguing we should have no military AT ALL, and that had a lawyer on O'Reilly's show arguing - get this - that since so many CA kids were so stupid and couldn't pass the high school exits tests, that CA taxpayers should pay to send them to college! They have this inverse logic where the worse you do the more you should get - it's insane!

    I was born in SF and used to love that place. But (except for SBC Park) it could all slide away and I could care less.
     
  9. Hank Zudd

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    maybe a few more facts about SF would

    help ya'll understand how they think 1) the city was paying for a sex change for a domestic partner of the gal who used to run the election dept. (from a gal to a guy) 2) the DA barely proscutes anyone but "un-PC" criminals that the cops drag in (read-let drug dealers, hookers, pimps, ect go-lock up ?) 3) the school dist. blew thru +500 million in bond money and never did one significant project, yet the sheep kept passing more bonds to fix the projects that money was wasted on. I used to live near there, and worked in the city alot. It's a very nice place to visit, if you can afford, but living there is almost out of most everyones reach.
     
  10. bratch

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    I've enjoyed watching your feelings change.
     
  11. longeyes

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    Two million bucks? That won't even cover the legal expenses for three safe houses. But it will go a long way toward Porsches for lawyer paramours.
     
  12. bigun15

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    HEY HEY HEY

    We are NOT giving California to Mexico
    We are NOT letting it drift off into the Pacific

    until I get out...:D
     
  13. GrammatonCleric

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    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

    San Francisco, they really are the buttcrack of this country.:p I can always rely on San Franciscan idiocy to give me a good laugh. My heart does go out to all the good people that are stuck not only in Frisco, but Komifornistan as well.:mad:
     
  14. Desertdog

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    Sorry, You would just have how many million more illegal eligible natives (Califorians) to migrate to the other 49.
     
  15. The_Antibubba

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    It's just boastful talk. SF doesn't have 2 million to spend on anything. People have started planting "gardens" in potholes to help speed up the repair process. While the Supes fiddle with castles in the sky, people are starting to relocate. SF is becoming unlivable.

    Unfortunately, a lot of them are moving to Sacramento. :banghead:
     
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