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Dangerous liberals shouldn’t govern

Last year the rivers were closed because a liberal misread test results.

Last year Lake Wildwood had hoards of liberals preventing the lake from being cleaned. A liberal is trying to condemn a vast area of recreation for no other purpose then she can because this Board of Supervisors has allowed her to. Sewer rates are rising to levels unheard of because liberals basically think people and their needs are intrusive.

Liberal educators have adopted and promote a no-fault agenda on those who killed 2,000-plus people in the WTC. Liberals accept the massacre of millions by promoting a lifestyle which, according to the World Heath Organization, is the root cause of this disease infestation. Liberals blame, then sue, companies for their own lack of self-control. Liberals hate GOD but embrace spirituality, whether good or evil. Liberals find fault in others, but never themselves. Liberals aided in the slaughter of 5 million Cambodians and umpteen millions of Vietnamese by preventing a victorious conclusion of the Vietnam War.



Liberals would rather have Americans nuked than fight back. Liberals find it funny to broadcast salacious and kinky situation TV shows demographed to minors and young children. A liberal Board of Supervisors spends money absconding with our lands, yet allows the mentally challenged to suffer indefinitely. Liberals want people to die in auto accidents because they don’t like big vehicles. Liberals are at fault for the state budget problems by spending billions over what they had to spend. Liberals have allowed California to become a Third World environment in many cities. Liberals are a dangerous group and should not be allowed to reign in Nevada County. That’s just my opinion!

Mike Harris




Penn Valley


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