david wrobleski1 
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Re: “Unhappy Camp

Thought provoking article and the comments section is worth reading. However, I do have some problems with the article. For instance.....Where did KS-Wild get their data and was it delivered in an un-biased fashion? I could just as easily say the opposite of what they said, and without the data to back me up, my argument would be just as empty as their argument. People complained about their rights being taken away by a sign at Parrys Market. What about the basic right of a business to refuse service to anyone? It seems as if they want it all their way. It reminds me of when I was an undergraduate student at UC Berkeley. The protestors would always scream about "their" rights, and didn't mind trampling on your rights if it suited their causes. Also, it was mentioned that there is good money to be had from grants. While that may be true for now, those grants could easily dry-up. Grants are basically handouts that one person worked for, by writing the grant. If the people in this town want to be dependent on handouts, that's ok with me, but I would rather see this town self-sufficient, and not become any more dependent on a grant/welfare system. The Monument represents change, and people are naturally resistant to change. This Monument idea scares people, especially where there are so many unknowns factored into the equation. The track record is not good. In the past, every change here has resulted in the working man getting the shaft.

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Posted by david wrobleski on 10/20/2010 at 5:33 PM

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