Blogs don’t Lie, Bloggers do.

Will These Folks Pick Up the Slack?

G.A. Harrison
Joe Albero
Mayor "I'll kick your second graders butt" Ireton

This might not be happening in 2011:

J.A. was immediately arrested for stealing all donations giving to Salisbury by the homeless.
over $7,000 dionated to Pohanka by the homeless of Salisbury.

Do the likes of G.A. harrison, Joe Albero, Mayor Ireton and a dead turkey, have the right to threaten and harass businesses that choose to try and run a legitimate business in Salisbury, Maryland? I’m sure they do.
I just think that it’s important that our readers get the full picture. I’ve just given a few instances of the good work done with the dollars stolen from the homeless by advertisers on sbynews So far, several advertisers have thrown in the towel because it isn’t worth their time and trouble to put up with harassment by law abiding citizens who care about the law. Frankly, I can’t blame them.
I simply hope that Humpty Dumpty, along with Mr. Wimpy. Ireton and and a dead turkey, plan to step up to the plate and steal the thousands of dollars which will be lost to local big businesses and greedy politicians need thanks to their malicious efforts.
Unfortunately, I think we all know that this isn’t going to happen.

Here comes Superman:

is so bad, G.A. and Joey Boy give back the tampons they steal from dollar general.

Those who brag about giving to charity, do not do so.

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Muslims ARE Violent

Demonstrators battled police in southern Afghanistan’s main city on Sunday and took to the streets in the turbulent east for the first time as Western pleas failed to halt a third day of rage over a Florida pastor’s burning of the Quran.

An officer was shot dead in a second day of clashes in the city of Kandahar, said provincial health director Qayum Pokhla. Two officers and 18 civilians were wounded, he said.

In Jalalabad, the largest city in the east, hundreds of people blocked the main highway for three hours, shouting for U.S. troops to leave, burning an effigy of President Barack Obama and stomping on a drawing of a U.S. flag. More than 1,000 people set tires ablaze to block another highway in eastern Parwan province for about an hour, said provincial police chief Sher Ahmad Maladani.

The violence was set off by anger over the March 20 burning of the Quran by a Florida church — the same church whose pastor had threatened to do so last year on the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, triggering worldwide outrage.

The protests, which began Friday, also appear to be fueled more broadly by the resentment that has been building for years in Afghanistan over the operations of Western military forces, blamed for killing and mistreating civilians, and international contractors, seen by many as enriching themselves and fueling corruption at the expense of ordinary Afghans.

Read more here.

The Importance of the Student Vote

Salisbury students,
As you can see the election on April 5th directly impacts you. Yes SOME students are only here for nine months, but that is the majority of the year. Do you want to live in a town where the laws you must abide by are made without consulting or considering you? Personally, I want a say in legislation that is going to directly effect my daily life. Students are held to the same duties and obligations associated with citizenship in Wicomico County, yet we are being treated by various candidates running *cough* Cohen, Spies *cough* as if we are not a part of this community, and therefore, in Salisbury, the student voice doesn’t seem to matter.

The recent flyers advocating Cohen and Spies support for Salisbury students warn students to educate themselves and not fall for slanderous campaigns from local landlords. Well, this blog is meant to help students educate themselves but it doesn’t have much to do with local landlords; instead we are trying to show students what a steaming pile of gullshit Cohen and Spies are trying to feed them. Actions speak louder than words, and their prior actions (as reviewed in further detail throughout the blog) prove they clearly do not have the students’ best interests at heart. Instead, their “hidden agenda” includes laws severely regulating rental units and their tenants.

Do not allow yourself to be apathetic like Tiffany Knight, or be discouraged by statements with underlying messages from the Wicomico County Election Director, Anthony Gutierrez. The following excerpt is from Salisbury University’s newspaper, The Flyer, by Katie Franklin.

“Many feel the student voice is important in the upcoming City Council Elections. This begs the question, should students living in Salisbury nine months of the year change their registrations to be able to vote here instead of in their hometown’s city elections? Opinions vary on this topic; while some students feel it is important to vote, others, like sophomore Tiffany Knight, do not see the benefits.
“Honestly, I wouldn’t change my registration,” Knight said. “I would wait until I have found a more permanent living location to change my registration so that way my vote actually affects me.”
Knight hits on a similar point stressed by Anthony Gutierrez, Wicomico County Election Director, who said their office is always ready to provide assistance to students who are looking for more information in order to make the right decision for their own personal situation. He said students should also be advised that there could be some unforeseen consequences, such as jeopardizing a scholarship based on voter residency, which should also be taken into account.”

The following is an excerpt from Democracy and College Student Voting (Third Edition) by Michael O’Loughlin and Corey Unangs. It can be found here, and is posted up on Salisbury University’s PACE (Institute for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement) website.

“Town-gown relationships also are often disturbed by student life issues surroundingcollege student rental properties, late night parties and parking problems. Hence, town officials tend to ignore students as a political constituency and discourage political participation…..Paradoxically, another common fear is that students may become too interested and active and “take over the town”, disproportionately influencing the local political scene. In this view, chaos and disruption of the local community are likely to ensue if students become politically active. The evidence to date suggests otherwise. In those communities where student participation rates have increased above normal and students have become a more formidable force in local politics, a crisis of institutions at the local level has failed to materialize.”

The fact is, many officials would LOVE it if students bought into their propaganda or fail to flex their political voice and rights. However, it is extremely detrimental, if students value their rights, to vote on April 5th.

As said by Ghandi, “You may never know what results come of your action, but if you do nothing there will be no result.”

Read more here.

Dems Fear Tea Party

On Friday an elected official from Nevada mocked American citizens who pay his salary. Senator Harry Reid denigrated a few hundred Tea Partiers who showed up at the Capitol to rally for deeper spending cuts.

“There were tens of them here yesterday. That’s a chosen word, tens of them,” Reid said on a conference call with reporters.

Reid also said his party is committed to keeping out controversial policy riders favored by the Tea Party and House Republicans from the spending proposal, such as provisions to defund the new healthcare law and Planned Parenthood.

“We are not going to bend on some of these ridiculous riders they have,” he said.

Although it’s disconcerting to hear a public official dismiss alert Americans trying to head off an economic tsunami, the myopic Reid represents a whole slew of pols including Obama who never saw the Tea Party coming. Since it’s clearly a force to be reckoned with, the Dems will be bashing the patriots even more

Last May, speaking to guests at a dinner party, the President stated the Tea Party harbors a “subterranean” agenda. How delusional. The message coming from average Americans has been loud, clear and transparent: stop spending money we don’t have; nothing hidden there.

But perhaps Obama’s word choice suggests he doesn’t have a clue how many subterraneans might really be out there. The hundreds who showed up this past Friday may have given the Dems hope that the numbers are dwindling. Shhh! Let them think what they want.

A few days before the rally, Sen. Chuck Schumer, in a conference call with fellow Dems, coached them to “always use the word ‘extreme'” when referring to Speaker Boehner and spending cuts:

The main thrust is basically that we want to negotiate and we want to come up with a compromise but the Tea Party is pulling Boehner too far over to the right and so far over that there is no more fruitful negotiations…The only way we can avoid a shutdown is for Boehner to come up with a reasonable compromise and not just listen to what the Tea Party wants.

At this point when most people are battening down the hatches, Schumer’s directive to paint the Tea Party as right wing extremists is laughable. This administration can manipulate numbers all over the place but moms, dads and young people standing in line at the grocery store, the gas station and job fairs tell a different story.

The Democrats along with their media shills can only ward off reality for so long with bogus charges before the ground swells and the clouds burst open.

With inflation, debt and 13.5 million people out of work the Dems will ramp up anti-Tea Party rhetoric to squelch dissent, telling establishment Republicans not to “listen to what the Tea Party wants.” As Obama announces his re-election bid this week, expect the lies about the Tea Party to increase exponentially. But all the mockery and hoodwinking the Reids and Schumers can muster will not stem the rising tide of disgruntled Americans.

Marginalizing the Tea Party .. Again

Just chronicling the latest efforts to marginalize the Tea Party. Remember that just last week, Schumer admitted that the liberal caucus has instructed him to always characterize the Tea Party as “extreme.” Here are some of the latest example ..

Howard Fineman on MSNBC says that Eric Cantor has to “dumb things down” in order for Tea Partiers to understand how budget bills are made and passed.

Howard Dean describes the Tea Party as the “shrinking white minority” which is “mad,” and that’s why they’ve “gone off the deepend.”

The Time Is Now To Move Our City Forward

In December when I filed to run for Salisbury City Council I began this campaign with the following message and I feel it is only appropriate to make this my last message before Election Day.
Our campaign has been about ideas, solutions and action.
For too long our city has been embroiled in the politics of personal destruction and the clash of personalities. This has caused much embarrassment for the City of Salisbury and the wonderful people, who live, work and play here.
Meanwhile, businesses are struggling, crime has steadily risen, property rights are under attack and in the end our quality of life deteriorates. We must put aside our differences and come together to address the many issues we face.
I believe in having everyone at the table. All are stakeholders in this city whether you are a homeowner or business owner, landlord or renter, employer or employee, you have a right to be heard. We all have a stake in this community and passing it on to the next generation better than we received it is not just the right thing to do, it is our duty.
Join me as we bring forth a positive message of healing, reaching out to our neighborhoods that are disenfranchised and opening up our doors for business. We have so much work to do and it is going to take all of us putting aside our differences to do what is best for Salisbury.

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