…. “HOW CAN SEVEN PEOPLE HOLD WILDOMAR HOSTAGE?”
Zak knows that math can sometimes get “fuzzy,” but if only five persons spoke out against the proposed $5,000,000 bond measure at the last Wildomar City Council meeting, how do these “wizards of arithmetic” that are posting their angry comments on Facebook arrive at the number 7? That number seems to pop up on Facebook repeatedly.
No wonder that they don’t seem to question, or don’t have a problem with, $5,000,000 in new debt for Wildomar!
But then, Zak would ask, how can the 30-40 “Kool-Aid drinkers” that unquestioningly support a $5,000,000 debt obligation for Wildomar, be so enthusiastic and willing to hold our homes in Wildomar hostage, for the next 35 years?
On a more disturbing note, one of the pro-Mello Roos bond debt speakers took the public microphone at the City Council meeting, last Wednesday evening, and encouraged the City Council to direct the City Clerk and City Attorney to investigate Martha Bridges and Steve Beutz for passing out allegedly “misleading” political flyers distributed in opposition to the bond measure.
Such an investigation, according to the speaker, should lead to lawsuits initiated by the city to STOP THEM, ’cause he is “madder than hell and not gonna take it anymore.”
Several people in the audience briefly put down their glass of Kool-Aid, lest it stain the carpets, for a round of approving applause for the silly statements uttered.
Now, I don’t expect, for single moment, that City Attorney Julie Biggs would entertain any such investigation, even if the City Council were foolish enough to give her such direction.
However, according to my sources, City Councilmember Bridgette Moore has linked her Facebook page with this specific video of an outrageous suggestion made during Public Comments. Apparently, since she links it to her Facebook page, she concurs with the sentiment expressed.
If you want to hear all of the comments made last Wednesday evening, dissenters and proponents alike, please click on the following link. (Scroll down and click on clip number 10 for the outrageous suggestions.)
A note of thanks to Tracy Lobo and the Wildomar Voice for providing the video of our local democracy in action.
Comments should be made to email@example.com if you think Bridgette’s apparent approval of this proposed suppression of dissent is appropriate for a public servant.
(Editors Note: Apparently, according to my usually reliable sources, Mayor Marsha Swanson adds her “blessing” to the above speech, which requests the suppression of free speech of those who question the park bond assessment, through a city-sponsored lawsuit against them for allegedly “misleading” the public, by “liking” it on Bridgette Moore’s Facebook page.)
Comments should also be made to firstname.lastname@example.org if you think the Mayor’s apparent approval of this proposed suppression of dissent is appropriate for an elected official.
I can’t believe public officials are foolish enough to put this stuff in writing, where it can be discovered and revealed.