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Friday, December 21, 2012

Nick Fish loves the Sam Rands to the bitter end

With his deciding vote to try to rig the water fluoridation election that he tried to prevent in the first place, Spineless Jelly is throwing down a gauntlet. He seems to be overestimating his political clout, and forgetting that he couldn't beat Sam Adams for a City Council seat. Fish now has "vulnerable" written all over him. He'd better start dialing for dollars now, because he's going to need all the Mark Wiener he can afford in 2014. If somebody else gets Wiener, Fish's political career will, well... sleep with the fishes.

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I'm sure there will be an evenhanded "public process" directed by someone at City Hall or one who knows the value of a paycheck from City Hall.
Looking at PSU studies, it appears that less than 10% of our City population will benefit since children aged 3-13 seem to be the target group. That means more than 90% will be forced to medicate without consent to no good end.
I would encourage Water Watch to hold their own parallel process since anything the City runs smells from start to finish.

Taking these last minutes acts that will have far-reaching affects in the future, is an indication of very poor stewardship and a steak of authoritarianism.

To be blunt, Nick Fish is a back-door sneaky punk.

The 3 to 1 council vote and the City promoting the issue definitely smells fishy.

"If your local water contains fluoride, consider a filter that eliminates it."

I just read that yesterday, in this article:


It's a very interesting short article...

Maybe some people will be convinced that drinking fluoride is NOT a great idea. (It is not a concern limited to the tinfoil hat crowd.) Remember what your dentist says, "don't eat the toothpaste, spit it out when you rinse." Duh!

Maybe Scott Fernadez should start up his 2014 campaign now for Fish's seat.
But, frankly, there's no way out for the city of Portland. It is tied down in mounting debt, propped up by at-risk state and federal government transfer monies, propped up by an artifice created more than 30 years ago in the Goldschmidt Mayor era (namely METRO), and may have its economic lunch downsized by the Ports of Vancouver and Longview. Tax rates are only going up faster than elsewhere as City Hall desperately plays Salem to take off the property tax limits (compression has a purpose antithetical to Portland City Hall's big tax, big borrow and bigger spender commissioners and Mayor).
Fish is just another of Portland's suits, readied from a wardrobe of such lemmings; who are unspoken dolts using good intentions to put us all on the road to hell.
For example:
Fish's ten year plan to eliminate homelessness is an obvious joke to those with any brains; Since when does government solve homelessness (it's as old as the bible and even longer)? Government doesn't usually reduce homelessness in the long run, but rather does quite the opposite. By offering entitlements, it discourages people from actually working to solve their own lot. Portland's particular brand of Government makes us more fragile by giving the middle finger to individual responsibility and accountability. Moreover, there is an infinite supply of homeless people from outside the region which will continue flocking here as long as the government continues handing out the "candy," like court jester Fish does.

You may be right, Bob, but ten year plans are pretty cool.

Imagine a ten year communication plan initiated in 1985 without a clue that the internet was coming? It would be very successful, wouldn't it?

Or, heck, Windows 95 Microsoft released in August'95, who didn't see the internet that came in November'95.

10-yr plans are easy peasy:

The fiscal cliff requires that the federal government cut spending by $1.3 trillion over ten years. The Guardian reports that means the federal deficit has to be reduced about $109 billion per year or 3 percent of the current budget. More simply, just divide $1.3 trillion by ten and it comes to $130 billion per year. This can be done by simply taking a three month vacation each year from Washington’s wars.[ Paul Craig Roberts.ORG ]
Just saying 3 months of bogus 'wars' Marines kidnapping people off the street / torturing them to death / murder / war crimes paid with our paycheck deductions amounts to $130 Billion. Every 3 months. STOP that for 10 years. Simple.

Not Safe For MassMedia Mind Drones WARNING: The highly esteemed Paul Craig Roberts also writes the following on his website (linked above), so be careful going there with delicate sensibilities ... or none at all; (Nick Fish?)
I tried to point out to RT Moscow that these news reports indicate that the accused dead gunman ..., killed the children with handguns, not with an “assault rifle” left in the car, but that the medical examiner said the children were killed with rifle shots.
The discrepancy is obvious. Either the news reports are incorrect, the medical examiner is wrong, or someone other than Adam Lanza shot the children.

Whatever. Also 'news' in the shredder is Mayor-elect Hales taking the plea-call today from LarsLarson programming, in which Hales stated on-air that he as Mayor, "will appear many times on LarsLarson programming and obey the command of LarsLarson programming and beg for LarsLarson approval;" [he maybe said, "any time;" the audio was unintelligible]; and, in turn, LarsLarson stated on-air that he LarsLarson, "is going to work with Hales to eradicate and destroy government" and then not pay taxes.
Certainly let's keep a critical eye focused on Nick Fish and 10-yr planning scams. Or, heck, let's just all go gill-net fishing and let LarsLarson keep a mentally-compromised eye on things. It'll stop the flouridation contamination.

[BTW, LarsLarson opposes "crazy people" having guns but, he says, there is no way to measure Who is crazy; (q.e.d., anyone can have guns). POI, brainscan images today can measure Who is crazy, mostly correlated with abnormal-shaped amygdala which also is the locus most-correlating with authoritarian, ('black-and-white absolutist'), so-called 'conservative' so-called 'thought' -- thus, PET scans reveal "Who crazy" and "conservative thought" sourced at the same single abnormality in the human brain.
(Ref URL: brainmaps.org/index.php?pm=amygdala )

[Further on, in refinement a PET scan might measure a developing brain Who should NOT get gun permission, until completing a course of education and experiences which builds and instills 'new' counter-balancing neural connections; and vice versa, cops and other gun licensees Who PET-scan in acceptable measure at first, and so obtain their guns, can be brain re-measured at gun license renewal, perhaps fall short and forfeit their legitimate gun-carrying permission. Or, heck, fishy Pisces LarsLarson ... pending re-education.]

I assume these fluoride supporters did not have high school chemistry. Fluoride at room temperature is one of the most reactive and deadly substances known.

Dear Santa:

All I want for Xmas is a note promising that Nick Fish won't run for re-election.
His homeless policies are inviting the
lifestyle heroin homeless to PDX, and making life heck for businesses and the local alcoholic bums (who are usually not capable of causing much trouble). I would like to be able to go downtown to a food cart without carrying mace. The churches need to be more responsible too.

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