Posted by kyle, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on Jul 6, 2011 at 9:33 am
I'm not a tea party fan. But, it's ludicrous to make comparisons with these dinks. There viewpoints are sophomoric and juvenile to say the least. We want to re-organize government and life, and while your at it physics, gravity, chemistry (throw in a couple of other natural laws of life), around what "WE" see as the proper allocation of power. Yeah, just what we want. A bunch of dink-brains messing around with reality. They should be happy staying stoned and writing manifestos in their dairies.
As for the tea party association. Whatever I think about the tea party, they are a legitimate voice of the American people that have in their heart change that represents their values. They are using free speech and the political system to voice their views. Now, that doesn't mean I agree with them, but it sure does mean they aren't a bunch of loonie-bins wanting to set up a sleep-over and do bong-parties.
Posted by steve, a resident of the Parkside neighborhood, on Jul 6, 2011 at 11:22 pm
Casey, thanks for displaying the long heralded tolerance and fairness that liberal leftist hypocrites are known for. If you don't agree with someone's viewpoint or expression of 1st amendment rights, call them names and label them, since you can't form a sentence to rebut their political ideas. Pathetic indeed...come down from the hills sometime and join the real world.
Posted by Mellow Fellow, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on Jul 6, 2011 at 11:28 pm
You know Casey, very hip people back in the 60's booed Bob Dylan for playing an electric guitar. They called him a traitor, and a lot more. They liked Bob Dylan playing songs on his acoustical guitar only about Freedom and anti-establishment songs that represented oppression. Do you see the hypocrisy of those very hip people Casey? I hope so, because you may have been one of them.
Posted by Mellow Fellow, a resident of the Another Pleasanton neighborhood neighborhood, on Jul 7, 2011 at 10:45 am
Hey casey, maybe you can join me and my friends. We're going to a go into the hills and rebuild the world, we're calling it the Utopian
Sunbeam Rainbow Anarchist Commune and we're going to change all the rules of the world so that only the good people like us are the center of the rotation of the planet, and then we're going to chant to the moon so it will give us good vibrations and that will raise the water level of the ocean so that fish can live. Then we'll all dance and repeat OMMMMMMMM until the Ghia the world god gives all of humanity another chance ... and then we change the whole world of politics. Please come with us ... it'll be just the greatest thing ... watch the world change on our command because our moms told us we were SPECIAL. And we're so deep ... woah dude, gotta be there
Posted by Casey, a resident of the West of Foothill neighborhood, on Jul 7, 2011 at 12:34 pm
Why should I join you in all that? I've got more important things to do. I've got to protect my own individual, private, personalized tax dollar against all those entitlement-receiving groups whose skin is a different color than my own and the groups that get my tax dollar to service them.