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by Chet, San Ramon,
on Nov 6, 2010
Between Chet and DublinMike, I don't know who's the slower learner (meant as factual statement, not as insult) with their continued vulgarities.
Per Gina Channell-Allen, member (registered user) of PleasantonWeekly.com:
"The PW editors and I find the term "teab*****" offensive because of its non-political connotations."
They should reconsider. The term is not offensive.
Americans have the right to VOTE but so few exercise that right?
Not everybody in the world has the right to vote.
Is something wrong with Americans who don't vote?
The term in question does in fact have a non-political connotation, which was the only commonly used form of said term before the Tea Party movement started. Just look up the term in google to see for yourself.
The connotation the staff is referring to is in fact considered to be offensive, or at the least sexual explicit to most people.
Perhaps the PeeWeakly can get Lipton to change their packaging.
We in California are very proud of the 2010 election results in California. We rejected the fear and miss-information being promoted by Cons, Tea Party, Rush, Beck and Fox. We understand it was Bush/GOP policies that gave us the great Bush Recession and it was Obama and the Democrats leadership that got us out of the recession and back to a growing economy. We know we would be doing better except for the GOPers that only know to vote NO and to vote to hurt us all. We correctly rejected the Tea Party and Con fear in Calif and elected leaders committed to getting our economy and jobs growing again. We did not let Whitman buy Sacramento. We again have leaders in Sacramento that know how to get the job done and will be getting hard at work on day one. We again have reps in Washington D.C. that will work with Pres Obama and get our country back to work.
Chet, please wake up and it is not possible for you to believe that this is the right direction. If you do please seek mental help.
PW editors also said they were going to censor the cut and paste comments
chet will have nothing more to say at that point
excuse me, moderate is the proper word
Able, a resident of the Another Pleasanton, "(meant as factual statement, not as insult) with their continued vulgarities." Name ONE incident with vulgarities in ANY of my comments. You not find ONE. What a piece of work you are...
Just proves the moralistic ineptitude of you people like you. Along with just plain meanness.
"China is now our greatest threat and but instead we worry about Tea Ba**** [edited] vs. liberal Democrats; Beck vs Olbermann; Fox News vs. moveon.org."
posted by (guess who):
dublinmike, a resident of Dublin, on Oct 23, 2010 at 9:25 pm
dublinmike is a member (registered user) of PleasantonWeekly.com
Here's the unedited link too: Web Link
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