Archive for July 31st, 2013

July 31, 2013

Judge Rules Against Citizen’s Light Rail Petition Effort

by lewwaters

Rice, light rail suit defeated

Since when does the voice of the people matter in this New People’s Republik of Vancouver? Until you people are sick enough of it to stand up, you remain spineless creatures dutifully do as Massah tells you to do.

Surprised at this decision? Don’t be. Just yesterday this same judge said: “even if the measure was passed by voters it wouldn’t stop light rail. If the state wants light rail as part of a highway project, then the city doesn’t have the right to say no.”

Note, he said nothing about you, the people. Just the “state” and the “city.”

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July 31, 2013

Jim Moeller’s Foggy Diversion

by lewwaters
Jim Moeller

Jim Moeller

Good old Jim “sue your constituents to invalidate their votes” Moeller (D. Portland/Vancouver), ever the narcissist, is a master at diversion to make others look bad, while minimizing how he and those he aligns himself with may personally benefit off of the public’s money.

Second to none in arrogance, we have seen Jim put off projected in excess of $1 Billion budget gap to push through homosexual marriage, denying he would take advantage of it himself, successfully joined in a lawsuit to invalidate the vote of constituents and others in the state who have 5 times voted in a 2/3 majority requirement for the legislature to increase our taxes, worked diligently to strap Clark County citizens with higher taxes, increased license fees, tolls, increased gas prices and much more to force acceptance of Portland, Oregon’s financially troubled light rail and more, all the while portraying himself as some sort of ‘watchdog’ for the public good.

When it was revealed earlier this year of legislators writing off the expense to dry clean their clothes to taxpayers while in session Moeller was quoted saying, “dry cleaning is similar to other items [I] can expense, such as food or lodging, while the Legislature’s in session,” adding he considers what he wears during session as “his uniform.”

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