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25 January 2015

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Bill  Tozer

Oh boy, The Bubbas from both sides of Donner Pass will start acting like zoo monkeys and fling their caca at the visitors. Walt, keep that hardhat on. Watch out for the purple incoming.

Russ Steele

In the past the Tea Party and CABPRO have ignored each other, even though they have common objectives. For this event both are on board. I received e-mail notices from both organizations. The BOS might want to take notice when conservative organizations start cooperating on Agenda 21 issues. Some uncomfortable board meetings are on the horizon.

Walt

What did I miss Bill!? Will keep safety devise at arms reach.

Bill  Tozer

Walt, you missed nothin' yet. Just doing a preemptive strike warning new readers on the impending doom of the Stevie and Jeffried Show vomiting on these pages (again).
OMG!, the intelligent and articulate speaker will be spouting her conspiracy stuff during the news hour! Well, at least the good Catholic girl won't be speaking on a weekend night where potential newcomers might see or hear her.
What will people think having a Tea Party Type here spoofing the Mean Green Algae Powered Machine and talking about property rights. Very un-UN I tell ya. Bet those interested in moving to our area and starting a business on the boarded up parts of the ever so cute Broad Street will pack their bags and hightail it out of here. Things just won't look perfect with a Tea Party Type given a voice, gasp!
Lord knows what the Bonaza Market will put in their windows next, probably advertising some non local stuff like halibut. What will people think? Maybe the Dynamic Duo of The Bubbas can talk to the Union and have the paper remove its crime section and clean up the police blotter. Don't need outsiders reading about all that tin foil hat stuff and the nightly eternal full moon shining brightly over the Berekey of The Sierra Nevada. Things must be perfect, except behind the curtain.

Russ Steele

Jeffie has made note of this post on his blog this morning, especially my comment above.

Local hard right threatens “uncomfortable” Supe meetings on the horizon on Agenda 21 issues
Posted on January 26, 2015 by jeffpelline

“In the past the Tea Party and CABPRO have ignored each other, even though they have common objectives,” hard-right political supporter Russ Steele writes on George Rebane’s blog. “For this event both are on board. I received e-mail notices from both organizations. The BOS might want to take notice when conservative organizations start cooperating on Agenda 21 issues. Some uncomfortable board meetings are on the horizon.”

Russ was responding to this post: “NC Tea Party Event – Debbie Bacigalupi”

“Judi Caler of the NCTP asked me to let RR readers know about this 28jan15 event at the NC fairgrounds. Come and meet the local crowd of the kind of Americans that scares the crap out of the Dept of Homeland Security. According to Team Obama, these are the real terrorists about whom the country should be on guard. And this is why this administration claims that we cannot just call out Islamic terrorists – no, no, no! – because there exist all these other kinds of terrorists. Scary stuff.”

The more things change, the more they stay the same. I guess it’s time for the tin foil hat song again. I hope you enjoy it:


Bill  Tozer

"Hard right political supporter Russ Steele....." Better to be hard right than being the softest flabbiest man in the County. Hey, The Michelin Tire guy speaks again. Oppps, that was the Pillsbury Dough Boy. Once they hit a certain weight, they all look like Whoopers with cheese to me.
Take comfort, Mr. Steele. Hair don't grow on steel, you hard man you.

Michael R. Kesti

Bill Tozer 26Jan15 11:43 AM

You offer nothing but argumentum ad hominem there, Bill. In such a target rich environment, why take such sophomoric aim at the messenger?

For example, it appears to me that Russ' comment concerning uncomfortable board meetings was a prediction but in no way a threat. Without this obvious spin Mr. Pelline would lack basis for his "story" which makes him, too, a peddler of ad hominem. Should we not expect better from an award winning journalist?

Further, Mr. Pelline has, on multiple occasions, made observations to the effect that the "hard right" would have little to comment on without his blog. I wonder if he appreciates the hypocrisy of his ways?

Oh, and that interjection made in response to the observation of your minor mistake is spelled, "Oops."

Bill  Tozer

You mean I spelled oppppps wrong? Oops is pronounced differently, but I see the jist of your gentle suggestion.. It is best to let the grape die on the vine. Tanks for your insight. Tanks a rock.

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