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18 March 2015

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Scott Obermuller

Actually, the Clinton slush fund accepting deposits from foreign entities that received money and goodness knows what else from the US govt while she was Sec Of State is far more damaging. The left loves to play up the 'Papa Bush did business with Hitler' story and then they try to ignore the fact that the Clintons 'do business' with govts openly hostile to civil rights on a regular basis. She's laying low for the moment, but will return in full glory to save us from ourselves. Count on it.

Bill  Tozer

Dr. Rebane. Go ahead and get enraged about Hillary's e-mails eventually having the same interest as the newspaper lining the birdcage. Election is too far out for the story to have legs. Might as well enjoy your travels and become a happy wanderer.

To L: Ok, I will play this new game. I must admit I never noticed the close facial resemblance of Walt's favorite man of the cloth the Most Alustrious Assholiness Reverend Al Sharpton and our next AG, the lovely Loretta Lynch. Hmmmm. I see your point.

Seperated at birth?

http://www.strangepolitics.com/content/item/125459.html

http://www.lauraingraham.com/pg/jsp/general/separatedarchives.jsp

Bill  Tozer

Oh, this is too fun.

http://www.nydailynews.com/blogs/dailypolitics/separated-birth-gov-cuomo-campaign-bus-tampax-box-blog-entry-1.1972796

Jeff Pelline

Hillary Clinton will be elected President — our first woman president. Another "first." Don't you know that? LOL.

Don Bessee

Sounds like the roids are talking lefty jeffy.

fish

Posted by: Don Bessee | 18 March 2015 at 09:24 PM

Nahhh......roidz.....really? jeffy is a Chardonnay man. Since he's not whining but boldly making predictions I think it's safe to assume it was a two bottle night.

......and as always not living in your "Western Community" LOL!

Todd Juvinall

Hillary will be indicted and prosecuted for destruction of those pesky emails as well as accepting money from foreign governments hostile to the USA. Just a little more time. Jeff Pelline can go visit her in the hoosegow and write her plight up for his magazine.

fish

Posted by: Todd Juvinall | 18 March 2015 at 09:53 PM

I'm going to have to side with jeffy on this one Todd. We don't prosecute political crimes in this country anymore. She covered her bases too diligently ........in two weeks the rabble will be distracted by the next shiny object the media dangles before them!

She'll be fine!

Barry Pruett

Hillary is having problems and dems are scrambling. There will be hearins and lawsuits. Lawsuits will be winding there way through the courts for the entire period.

What is clear is that Pelline hates rural California. It would be so sad to hate where you live and not be able to leave. Don't know if I ciuld handle that.

fish

There will be hearins and lawsuits.......

You said (typed) "hearins....Hah!

Somewhere the "Nations Editor" stirs.

Barry Pruett

Stupid phone.

Jeff Pelline

Barry must have learned spelling in rural California! Hope somebody is able to edit all his "lawsuits." LOL.

Todd Juvinall

Nice conference call with Congressman LaMalfa last night. Things they are a'cnangin!

Gary Smith

Here is a way Clinton can get elected.
Obama wants mandatory voting in USA. He says this is a way to counteract big money. I don't see Congress going for this, I guess you can say and do what you want in your second term. A bad idea in my book. You can't force people to care about the issues. If you don't care, stay home.
Here is a CNN link, I am sure this everywhere by now.

http://www.cnn.com/2015/03/19/politics/obama-mandatory-voting/index.html

MikeL

Nice...Obummer made another one of his made up fact statements in the CNN piece. "The people who tend not to vote are young, they're lower income, they're skewed more heavily towards immigrant groups and minority groups," Obama said. "There's a reason why some folks try to keep them away from the polls."
Oh oh mr president I have a freakin question for you...Who are those folks specifically that are trying to keep these groups that you claim to represent from voting? Just name one.....I am waiting.....

fish

Posted by: Jeff Pelline | 19 March 2015 at 07:05 AM


As I'm sure you learned about personal health and fitness at Baskin Robbins!

Hey jeffy.....I still don't live in "Your Western Community™".....but I'm still commenting!

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The internet...changing the way we communicate!

Todd Juvinall

NikeL 8:20 AM
Obama speaking about mandatory voting is the ultimate anti-freedom position on America. A person has the complete freedom to vote and when they choose not to that is a position of free choice. I do get his opinion though. If we had mandatory voting the goal is to disenfranchise people who lack color. I think he is a racist bigot.

Barry Pruett

Aren't hearings called hearins in Penn Valley? Sounds like it!

Gregory

Regarding mandatory voting, and recalling the Florida Bush v Gore recount process, a number of 'progressives' commenting on the news indicated they thought all undervotes were an error of counting. Of course, *everyone* casting a ballot intended to vote for someone for President, and the recount had to discover who that vote was intended for. How to enforce mandatory voting? Might I suggest an indelible dye such as is used in third world kleptocracies; it's useful both to insure the person only voted once, and to point out to any death squads who didn't vote at all.

Refusing to vote is as an important a right as the right to cast a vote; that includes both the right not to vote at all or to not vote for a particular office or issue.

Jeff Pelline

"Oh the sun shines bright in my old Penntucky home ..."

Michael R. Kesti

You're still living in a glass house, FUE.

Barry Pruett

Jeff is absolutely right! My wife and kids have been a beggin' me for Penntucky shirts since we moved down to the holler!

Patricia Smith

Funny, I've been a proponent for mandatory voting for a while now, but I hadn't heard that Obama supported this idea. Eleven countries have manadotory voting and they sky hasn't fallen. Also, you only have to cast a ballot, but you do not have to vote for a candidate if you don't like any of the above (which IMHO would be the biggest vote gettter of all).

Voting is more than a right, it's a responsibility. Anything that gets people to pay attention to what is going down in DC would be beneficial to the country as a whole.

BTW, the "death squads" are running rampant in Luxembourg, Australia where voting is mandatory. NOT!

PS This is one Democrat who hopes Hillary doesn't get the nomination. I just couldn't stand 4 or 8 years of the inevitable political infighting that would come with her in office. Feel the same about Jeb Bush.

Walt

Well looky here... LIB news has found Jesus! Now to get the Progressive tattoo removed from their ass. ( That would be the Dem mascot ass)
MSNBC is looking for flashlights to leave the "dark side". In other words,, copy FOX.

http://www.breitbart.com/big-journalism/2015/03/19/report-sinking-msnbc-prepares-to-move-right/

Walt

Am I reading this right?? Barry is now a Penn Valleyite? Well Welcome to the sane part of the County. This is not a gun free zone. Next time you need to get out from behind that great big expensive oak lawyer's desk, come on over to my gun range. ( and bring some "wanted" posters) You can bring the ammo. ( I hear you can afford it)
I think I can fix you up with those T shirts.

Todd Juvinall

Bary lives in Pentucky? Y'all have goats there? Slop the hogs and shine the 44!

I see that Pelline lives in Nirvana City as some call it. Mostly smoking the ganga and shooting up the caffeine. LOL!

Jeff Pelline

Todd,
I do the Vitamix routine!

Todd Juvinall

Is that for weight or mental issues?

Jeff Pelline

Todd,
When was the last time you had a sit down with Pastor Ron? Might be good for your soul.

Todd Juvinall

Pelline when was the last time you had a sit down with a Pastor? It would be good for your soul.

Barry Pruett

Walt...I think that we need to partake in the non-gun free zone. I have been dying to shoot the shotgun.

Walt

Your not a good redneck if you don't have your own clay pidgin launcher. ( got that covered) A good time to show up is when the house next door has perspective buyers looking it over.

Scott Obermuller

"Also, you only have to cast a ballot, but you do not have to vote for a candidate if you don't like any of the above (which IMHO would be the biggest vote gettter of all)."
So how does this 'get rid of all of the money in politics' that Obama said would happen? And what good is forcing some one to cast a blank ballot? And please tell us all how this is enforced.

Walt

Easy Scott,, If you don't (and they know who you are!) they will vote FOR you. All government imposed votes default to LIBS.

fish

And what good is forcing some one to cast a blank ballot?

So someone can punch it for the democratic candidate later.

Dave K.

In the corporate world, such a transgression while not technically “illegal”, is also usually against written policy and almost always would meet with severe sanctions or termination. Unfortunately it appears that despite compromised national and global security due to her actions, HRC is able to fall back on the “so what difference does it make” defense to side-step and focus on the upcoming political challenges.

Scott Obermuller

Ha - good one, fish! Let the 'experts' fill it out for you.
Still would love to know how this would take money out of running for office.
Oh - wait - Our doofus in chief suddenly realized he didn't know to answer these questions and has had a change of heart.
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/mar/19/obama-retreats-push-mandatory-voting-amid-b/

Walt

Look what being Black AND self thinking will get you in the halls of higher education.
http://dailycaller.com/2015/03/19/student-barred-from-class-for-disputing-rape-statistics/

" Who cares about facts! Your outta here!"

Bill  Tozer

Hmmm.

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/03/18/obama-floats-mandatory-voting-it-would-completely-change-the-political-map/

Bill  Tozer

Mr. President: I have the right not to vote. It's called freedom. Try is sometime, shit for brains.

Bill  Tozer

Walt, speaking of what being Black and self thinking will get you in the halls of high(er) education, I know the outcome. It will get ya more Frisco Values.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2015/03/19/student-group-demands-california-university-rename-building-after-convicted-cop/?intcmp=latestnews

MikeL

How would Obummer verify that everyone voted? Would he require every voter to do the unthinkable thing like show an ID?

Bill  Tozer

Tax them if they don't vote. Participation rates would go up at the end of the gun barrel. Just like his Obamacare.

fish

I wonder if one of your neighbors would be interested in this......

From Drudge


BURGER KING to produce burger-scented cologne...


Truly a magical era in which we live.

MikeL

I guess we could have something similar to the unearned earned tax credit where the low income voter would get a check from the U.S. treasury for voting. They could name it with some phrase that means the opposite of welfare payments so the reciepiants don't suffer from loss of self respect.

MikeL

And the purpose of Burger scented cologne would be, I presume, to attach more flies then I already do...
What next "Fish" scented bear attracting perfume...

fish

Posted by: MikeL | 20 March 2015 at 07:12 AM

Perhaps Mike. I would be very selective where I chose to wear that particular scent.

fish

Local "Pearl Clutcher" serves up political commentary....

re: initiative to kill gays and lesbians

jeffpelline says:

March 20, 2015 at 8:12 am

I wonder if our local hard-right contingent, who likes to wrap themselves in the First Amendment to defend crackpot ideas, would try to defend this.

I'm all for crackpot ideas....especially ones that can't possibly come to pass.....like a Kickstarter campaign to get you a "Jenny Craig" membership...and to actually have it work!

Jeez Jeffy....just write about food for shits sake.....at least there your on solid footing regarding the subject matter!

Todd Juvinall

Pelline would make a excellent "commissar" but his favorite countries are no more. Sad.

fish

Is the Nevada City/Grass Valley Metroplex suffering under some collective hysteria today?

GregZaller says:

March 20, 2015 at 8:28 am

I don’t understand why this wouldn’t simply be considered hate speech, and illegal.

Reply

Because you lefty fucks haven't yet been able to criminalize speech!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hate_speech#United_States

...or didn't you know that Greg?

fish

Posted by: Todd Juvinall | 20 March 2015 at 08:32 AM

As fat as Goering, manipulative as Goebbels, and as thin skinned as der FUErher himself.

fish

jeffpelline says:

March 20, 2015 at 8:44 am

It should. But “we’re all Constitutionalists now” — at least when it fits the agenda of political activists. Extremism begets more extremism.


jeffy...Northwestern called....they want their credential back. They're tired of your idiocy tarnishing their brand!

fish

jeffpelline says: March 20, 2015 at 8:52 am

jiffy you could at least format those passages a little better show the delicate flowers who frequent your knitting circle can follow the argument.


...or didn't they teach un you that at newspaperin skool?

Jeff Pelline

"fish," you're even more ignorant that you sound (in print and in person). LOL.

Here's a little background on the poet E.E. Cummings: "‘It was with these collections of the 1920s that Cummings established his reputation as an avant-garde poet conducting daring experiments with language. Speaking of these language experiments, M. L. Rosenthal wrote in The Modern Poets: A Critical Introduction: “The chief effect of Cummings’ jugglery with syntax, grammar, and diction was to blow open otherwise trite and bathetic motifs through a dynamic rediscovery of the energies sealed up in conventional usage…. He succeeded masterfully in splitting the atom of the cute commonplace.'”

http://www.poetryfoundation.org/bio/e-e-cummings

fish

stevefrisch says:

March 20, 2015 at 9:04 am

Of course they are defending to over on the ‘circle of stupid’ but in this case they may not be COMPLETELY stupid.

The solution to nonsensical propositions like this is a state constitutional amendment addressing how proposition are qualified for the California ballot. My organization supported such an amendment a few years back that would have, a) raised the fees for filing initiatives, b) require pre-screening of initiatives for constitutionality and provide a ‘cooling off period’ to ensure we don’t spend an inordinate amount of time on initiatives that are blatantly unconstitutional, c) provide legislative analysis in advance of qualifying initiatives so the financial consequences are clearer, d) require a signature threshold based on the average number of voters in a statewide election over the last 10 years instead of the number of voters in the last Gubernatorial election, amongst other things.

Many of those ‘other things’ were included in SB 1253 signed into law by the Governor in 2014, which improves transparency around initiatives for voters and provides some logical ‘off ramps’ for initiate sponsors should they seek to remove a previously qualified initiate from the ballot, but in my humble opinion the SB 1252 did not go far enough.

The place where the wing nuts have it right is that there should not be any sort of arbitrary or capricious means of unilaterally removing a citizens initiative based on its content,but there could be a ‘constitutional filter’ applied by amendment, unless of course the entire ‘citizens initiative’ process is eliminated from California state law, which I would not support. The reality is only about half of the states even have the initiative-referendum process.


Well it's like you say Steve, we have to deal with the law as it is, not as how we would like it to be. The matter under discussion is complete idiocy and yet your spherical friend has yet another case of the vapors.

Joe Koyote

This ballot proposal is akin to yelling fire in a theater, and as such should not protected under the 1st amendment. There are too many sick puppies out there who would take it seriously. While I agree that the initiative process is flawed, time consuming, and often wasteful, the author could have picked a less volatile subject than advocating the murder of gays. If he wanted some serious change in our society, why not advocate shooting Republicans in the head instead, they are way more useless than gays?

fish

Posted by: Jeff Pelline | 20 March 2015 at 09:11 AM

You flabby useless idiot.....I wasn't commenting about your poetry post. I'm was referring to the initiative question that you breathlessly carried back to your whiniest and plopped down like so many jeffy turds.

This you moron...

jeffpelline says:
March 20, 2015 at 8:52 am
Sure enough, Greg, here’s the “commentary” appearing on George Rebane’s blog this morning — an exchange between “fish” (a hard-right political proponent out of Carmichael who comments on our local hard-right blogs) and Todd Juvinall:

“Is the Nevada City/Grass Valley metroplex suffering under some collective hysteria today?
“GregZaller says: March 20, 2015 at 8:28 am
“I don’t understand why this wouldn’t simply be considered hate speech, and illegal.
“Because you lefty f***s haven’t yet been able to criminalize speech!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hate_speech#United_States
“…or didn’t you know that Greg?
“Posted by: fish | 20 March 2015 at 08:35 AM”

“fish
Posted by: Todd Juvinall | 20 March 2015 at 08:32 AM
As fat as Goering, manipulative as Goebbels, and as thin skinned as der FUErher himself.
Posted by: fish | 20 March 2015 at 08:43 AM”

Go "moderate" yourself!

RL Crabb

Joe Koyote9:14am - I believe Republicans in California are protected by the endangered species act.

fish

.....and hey....cultured wordsmith!

It's not E.E. Cummings. e.e. cummings always referred to himself in his work as "e e cummings". One would think that an educated man could give him his due in this regard when discussing his work.

I guess not?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E._E._Cummings#Name_and_capitalization

fish

Proving to be just as stupid as I've come to appreciate......

This ballot proposal is akin to yelling fire in a theater, and as such should not protected under the 1st amendment. There are too many sick puppies out there who would take it seriously. While I agree that the initiative process is flawed, time consuming, and often wasteful, the author could have picked a less volatile subject than advocating the murder of gays. If he wanted some serious change in our society, why not advocate shooting Republicans in the head instead, they are way more useless than gays?

Supreme court already decided that this doesn't fall into the "incitement" category JoKe. Ironically I suspect that, "why not advocate shooting Republicans in the head instead, they are way more useless than gays?", does.

Now be a good lad and climb back into your Victory Gin bottle and let the adults talk.

Jeff Pelline

"fish," is this you? http://www.ncc-1776.org/tle2011/tle603-20110116-02.html LOL.

Barry Pruett

While I am of the firm opinion that the proponents of this ballot measure are complete idiots and while I firmly support gay marriage,
limits on free speech allows idiots like these people to hide in the shadows.

"Sunlight is the greatest disinfectant." Allow them to destroy themselves in public...it should not take long.

Of course, Pelline would be advocating to censor folks. After all, he knows what we all should be saying. Only a devout leftist would advocate censorship. He should be appointed the head of the Nevada County version of the Glavlit (General Directorate for the Protection of State Secrets in the Press under the Council of Ministers of the USSR...err...Nevada County).

Jeff Pelline

Barry,
Did you forget to take your anger management pills this morning?

Barry Pruett

Are you kidding? It is March Madness! I am in seventh heaven! Did you see the son of the coach for Georgia State hit that shot five feet behind the arch last night at the buzzer! My eyes watered to see the dad so proud of his son and his team.

Also, I advocate for your free speech Jeffy. "Allow them to destroy themselves in public...it should not take long."

fish

Posted by: Jeff Pelline | 20 March 2015 at 09:26 AM

We've already covered this jeffy. I know you and your buddies are afraid of inanimate objects. Your former colleague (I assume) Marshall Kilduff penned a column so pants shittingly stupid that in retrospect I'm surprised it wasn't your name on the byline.

Was there no Human Resources quality control at the Examiner/Chronicle at all during your tenure?

Jeff Pelline

A better question is whether there is any human resources quality control at your uh, "creative" business in Carmichael?

fish

Posted by: Jeff Pelline | 20 March 2015 at 09:42 AM

A better question is whether there is any human resources quality control at your uh, "creative" business in Carmichael?

While I haven't yet taken the plunge into the "glossy, empty, and vapid advertising circular" arena, I had considered opening a Donut shop in town so you and I might have the opportunity to meet face to face!

fish

No comments about your e e cummings mistakes jiffy?


Run away....run away!!!!

Jeff Pelline

Fish, You didn't answer my question.

fish

Posted by: Jeff Pelline | 20 March 2015 at 09:50 AM

You didn't answer mine?

Jeff Pelline

David,
E.E. Cummings referred to himself in the lower case, but when the rest of us refer to him it is in the upper case, just like all proper names.
Now, as I said, "A better question is whether there is any human resources quality control at your uh, "creative" business in Carmichael?"

fish

Posted by: Jeff Pelline | 20 March 2015 at 10:07 AM

My uh, "creative" business in Carmichael?"

Joe Koyote

Carp--"let the adults talk."-- surely you aren't speaking about yourself. And on the subject of cognitive dissonance, the first reaction is always to shoot the messenger which seems to be the only response you can muster.

fish

Posted by: Joe Koyote | 20 March 2015 at 10:14 AM

Well Joke you weighed in with, "This ballot proposal is akin to yelling fire in a theater, and as such should not protected under the 1st amendment", when it appears both under precedents already established at the federal level and with the California AGs admission that there isn't much she can do about it...one can only assume that yours was a "childish" response.

fish

when it appears both under precedents already established at the federal level regarding what is considered protected speech.......

fish

Posted by: Joe Koyote | 20 March 2015 at 10:14 AM

....the first reaction is always to shoot the messenger which seems to be the only response you can muster.

Ah..not true Joe...while I in general find your political positions rather ridiculous I have conceded that you have made valid points in the past.

Recently though....not so much!

joe smith

Speaking of the Balloonman! An amazing display of ignorance or avarice on Pugslie's part to print the e.e. cuminings In-Just during the Lamphier debacle. Perhaps Jeffy and Terry are in cahoots? The little, queer, cloven footed balloonman whistling to the boys and girls is, of course, Pan the half man half goat playing his flute to lure children into the woods, no doubt to fill his famously insatiable sexually appetite. Happy spring indeed.

Jeff Pelline

What's up "fish"? Why do you hide behind the name "fish" rather than writing your real name: David Larsen of Carmichael? What are you afraid of?

Jeff Pelline

"Joe Smith" I've never heard that interpretation of the poem but to an ignorant, bigoted redneck like you, it probably makes sense. ROFLOL.

fish

Posted by: Jeff Pelline | 20 March 2015 at 10:40 AM

One would think that with a resume in the tech industry as extensive as yours that you would have run into the concept of "blog handles" before. I may be incorrect in my assumption and that because you probably spent as much or more time fetching coffee for the CNet guys as you did for Herb Caen that that kept you away from exposure to the real world and you missed it.

You "outed" me...what over a year ago.....and yet here we are. I post as 'fish' because it's what I'm used to at this point.

Jeff Pelline

No "fish" you're just a coward with a personality disorder.

fish

Posted by: Jeff Pelline | 20 March 2015 at 10:40 AM

I already know the answer jeffy but why don't you tell the assembled why you have the "real name" fetish?

Jeff Pelline

Because I believe people should be accountable for their comments rather than throw rocks and hide in the corner, like you do. Chicken little personified.

fish

Posted by: Jeff Pelline | 20 March 2015 at 10:50 AM

Yes Mrs Kravitz.....you've certainly nailed me....why don't you go mince around Nevada City telling all your "friends".

Jeff Pelline

"fish," they already know. You've done more to sink this blog's credibility than anybody. Thanks!

fish

Although a relatively minor character on Bewitched, the role was memorable enough that the term "Gladys Kravitz" entered the American lexicon, and is even today used as a synonym for a nosy neighbor or colleague.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gladys_Kravitz

Yes Gladys......

Jeff Pelline

"fish," I don't even think Freud could help you, much less Dr. Phil. The fact that you gravitate to the hard-right blogs in western Nevada County from Carmichael, given all the content that is out in the blogosphere, speaks volumes about them. You have made my day! BTW, I will be interviewing you for my book "State of Jefferson." It would be incomplete without you.

fish

Posted by: Jeff Pelline | 20 March 2015 at 10:52 AM

Because I believe people should be accountable for their comments rather than throw rocks and hide in the corner, like you do. Chicken little personified.


If you feel that there is something that I need to "held responsible" for you have:

1) My name

2) my e-mail.....when you said that all a person needed to post at the Fathills Report was to use real name and provide contact information

3) Where I live

Now since you love to speed dial Sheriff Royal any time you think somebody has even hinted at...and I chuckle at the phrase...threatening you. I can only assume that your soft noggin has failed to detect any comments that rise to that level.

How else am I to be held "accountable" for what I've posted? I

fish

I will be interviewing you for my book "State of Jefferson." It would be incomplete without you.


Well, the "vanity press" eagerly awaits your weighty tome. I can't imagine why you would want to interview me though as I'm not now and have never been a proponent of the SOJ and rather find myself in agreement with Frisch on it's chances of surviving the process.


Jeff Pelline

The Sheriff told me that the right wing bloggers and political activists "feed off each other." No kidding! And let's face it, a clown whose metaphors are Mrs. Kravitz from Bewitched is not exactly a mental giant. "Begone!" LOL.

joe smith

JP 10:47
Are you suggesting Albert Labriola is an "ignorant, bigoted redneck?" For the well educated, literary master you claim to be, your memory has some astounding blank spots. Of course Labriola is not alone in this interpretation of In-Just as you MUST know.

http://www.english.illinois.edu/maps/poets/a_f/cummings/injust.htm

fish

Posted by: Jeff Pelline | 20 March 2015 at 11:15 AM


jeffy, he said that to assuage your feelings and make you go away so you would stop wasting his time.

Regarding my intellect.... I freely admit that I'm a midwit....which makes it all the sadder that I routinely make you look like a overwrought, hyperventilating, and censorious fool. You have a masters degree from a major private university and yet, in my estimation you "write".....your chosen profession, worse than just about everybody who posts here.

Jeff Pelline

"Joe Smith," No I'm not suggesting that. But I'm telling you that you are. You have twisted the meaning of a beloved spring poem to fit a myopic western Nevada County political agenda. And to think, there is an outcry that the Lamphier case is not political! You have proven otherwise, "Joe Smith."

Jeff Pelline

"fish," you are a byproduct of the hard-right movement in our county. that's why you're perfect for my book.

fish

"fish," you are a byproduct of the hard-right movement in our county. that's why you're perfect for my book.

Ah...the leftist "Conspiracy Theorist" in full flower.

Buh bye jeffy.....

Gregory

Let's remember of all the courses of study available at UC Berkeley, Pelline chose Rhetoric. Perhaps because the job market for empty rhetoricians is generally saturated, he followed that with a masters in Journalism which probably cost a pretty penny at Northwestern (should be Northmidwestern) to give him some gravitas writing about people who know more than he does.

Yes, the local nutcase Right Wing feed off each other. So does the local nutcase Left Wing.

So Jeff, your confidante, Sheriff Royal, he's in on this political persecution of Lamphier that your Greek Chorus is so upset about? Talk about conspiracy nutcases. If the kiddie porn said to be on his computer was put there by someone else, why didn't Lamphier come out swinging with an absolute denial of being the one to have downloaded them? No, if I was on the jury I wouldn't use that as a reason to vote guilty but I think he'd have been better off saying nothing than the lawyered up statement that was crafted for him. "I won't argue my case in the newspapers, I will defend my good name in court" takes the high road.

fish

Missed this......

jeffpelline says:

March 20, 2015 at 9:02 am

People like “fish” think the First Amendment lets them do whatever they want — unless, of course, they disagree with what YOU’RE saying. They are the ultimate hypocrites.

Don't know why you make this claim?

I disagree with you on 99.9% of everything you say...yet I have in no way attempted to stop you from saying it.

They did teach you at Major U 1 and Major U 2 that the first amendment doesn't protect you from having your ideas criticized didn't they? Maybe you were absent when they taught that/

Jeff Pelline

Gregory,
You are nutcase in your own league. Congratulations!

Todd Juvinall

Wow! I go to the doctor and return to this back and forth! What a hoot! I would say reading this thread that Pelline is off his noggin. No one I know would support killing anyone except murderers. So on its face the initiative is ridiculous. But as usual Pelline tries to tie it to the "right" here in the county. Perhaps the voter registration of the initiatives proponents would be helpful? Anyone, anyone?

Regarding "fish". I find his comments quite funny and erudite. He doesn't take sh** from anyone and that is just fine. Pelline though is the leader of the lefty gangs here in Western Nevada County and everyone knows it. All the people in the "know" don't believe a word he says or writes and his world is really really tiny.

fish

Posted by: Todd Juvinall | 20 March 2015 at 12:14 PM

Wow! I go to the doctor and return to this back and forth!

Yeah I woke up cranky and right out of the box jeffy started in with.....I wonder if our local hard-right contingent, who likes to wrap themselves in the First Amendment to defend crackpot ideas, would try to defend this.

Ahhh...what are you going to do......?

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