We Don't Need No Yellowbelly Parcel Tax! Schools & Kids, posted by Buford, a resident of the Birdland neighborhood, on Apr 27, 2009 at 10:25 am
I've had it with people in this town putting spoiled kids before true American anti-tax values! Sorry, but why should I pay some liberal parcel taxes for the spoiled, latte-drinking, sushi-eating, Volvo-driving, New York Times-reading, body-piercing, Hollywood-loving, students of our district. What these kids need is an education in pulling up their bootstraps at the Richard Pombo Ranch. So what if they don’t get into some fancy college, the Bible is the only book they need to learn about anyway. I didn’t have no fancy programs at my school in Amarillo, Texas when I was growing up, but still learned to trust my gut and fight for the dream we call America. Look people, GW Bush came from a poor Texas family with little education and he became the greatest leader this land has ever seen, so maybe these tax loving students should follow his lead.
Posted by Get out of the wagon, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on Apr 27, 2009 at 6:36 pm
Thanks Community of Character for your sarcastic approach to help us see the simple minded approach of the parcel tax proponents. You are hilarious and are gifted at pointing out how ludicrous their statements are in your witty writing!
Thank you for pointing out the flaws in their emotional and lack of thought arguments. It is so refreshing to have this support!
Can't wait to celebrate the defeat of G with YOU, CC, on June 3, so we can really educate our children on how to properly fund education with principles, not ridiculous threats from irresponsible district management and indulgent parents without standards!
Again, thank you Community of Character for calling these ridiculous supporters of G onto the carpet with your insightful sarcasm!
Posted by Buford, a resident of the Birdland neighborhood, on Apr 28, 2009 at 9:19 am
Every night I wake up in a cold sweat from my nightmares about paying taxes. Last night I dreamed I couldn’t buy a new Ford F-350 pickup truck because they taxed me so much! How dare Big Government haunt my dreams! Just like my daddy used to say “Taxes are the devil” and “Jesus hated taxes”.
Posted by Buford, a resident of the Birdland neighborhood, on Apr 28, 2009 at 9:27 am
Parent of Two,
What is wrong with being a redneck?!! We rednecks made up the bulk of the people at the Pleasanton Tea Party! We were the guys with the large guts in the pictures. We are the backbone of the anti-tax movement, so don't throw us under the bridge. God bless TEXAS!!!!!
Posted by Ashley, a resident of the Carlton Oaks neighborhood, on Apr 29, 2009 at 2:46 pm
Gotta love you 'tolerant' liberals posting here *LMAO*
Because the teachers union REFUSED to make any concessions and live within their means they are now expecting YOU to pick up the tab even though the salaries of the teachers in this district are some of the highest in the entire U.S.
This level of debt is not sustainable and you will continue to vote to nickle and dime yourself to death.