FACT’s Last Minute Voter Guide

Well it’s about time. The Fullerton Association of Concerned Taxpayers has a blog!

In fact, FACT just released their “Last Minute Voter Guide” to help us shovel through the great heap of 2010. It’s good to see new bloggers out there in Fullerton… and it’s even better when we get to call them our Friends.

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9 thoughts on “FACT’s Last Minute Voter Guide

  1. Thanks Shill, oops I mean Travis for this information. Let ,e guess who FACT is endorsing, Nelson, Thompson, Whitaker, sebourn and Levinson. All white male bloggers and personal friends. Thanks but I will make up my own mind. Don’t need the racist influence on council. Also don’t need a group of paranoid nutballs who is ran by a hypocrite perjurer himself telling me what to do.

    1. Oh Lord, save us from the sanctimony of the FPOA – that supports criminals for public office and that couldn’t find their rear ends in the dark, let alone solve a crime – even when amateur sleuths present ’em with the evidence!

  2. Go Doug go! Only 12 votes away from McKilroy. He may not be my fave but I’ll take him any day over the double dipping pension ex-cop.

    1. As of right now it is down to 42 votes and hopefully the mail ins will put McKinley over the top. We need to stop cutting police and fire and McKinley will help do that. McKinley paid his dues and deserves the pention he is getting. He does not get any Social Security and he paid into 2 seperate retirement systems for 20 plus years each. He is not stealing anyone’s money. Maybe if Social Security was run better everyone would make more money in retirement! Not McKinley’s fault the retirement systems he paid into are run better than social security!!!

      1. “hopefully the mail ins will put McKinley over the top”

        Nope.

        “We need to stop cutting police and fire and McKinley will help do that.”

        He will help not cut Police and fire benefits? Exactly why he shouldn’t be anywhere near elected office.

        “Not McKinley’s fault the retirement systems he paid into are run better than social security!!!”

        Better run? Social Security is still solvent.

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