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Democracy For Arlington!

By Greg L | 11 July 2010 | Arlington County | 6 Comments

If you’re one of those BVBL readers stuck in Arlington, you at least on the cusp of dramatically improving your local government, but only if you get every friend you have engaged with the Committee For A Better Arlington during the next four days.  If you’re not in Arlington, but have friends who are, you definitely have to get every one them involved.

Every member of the Board of Supervisors in Arlington is an at-large member.  Without any geographical representation on the board, the same single group of people controls the whole of local government leading to the kind of one-party rule where it’s not citizens that count, but the local party machine.  The Committee For A Better Arlington is gathering petition signatures for a ballot initiative that would change this, and they’re darned close to their goal.

In four more days they have to turn in 14,350 signatures to get this on the November 2nd ballot.  The three or four people you sign up this week could make all the difference.



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6 Comments

  1. sfox said on 13 Jul 2010 at 9:12 am:
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    I moved from arlington 12 years ago to escape from the progressive government . The Prince William county politics are more to my liking.

  2. Arlington Minority said on 13 Jul 2010 at 4:55 pm:
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    There is a sliver of hope for the Arlington proletariat yearning to breathe free!Members of the Resistance in my County, who are prepared to strike a blow for democracy by signing the petition, should call the Committee for a Better Arlington at (703) 539-2381 within the next 24 hours.

  3. Chitizen12 said on 15 Jul 2010 at 10:27 am:
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    Arlintina has been in trouble for years.

    Here is where Walter and his followers have put their efforts over the years of transformation.

    “The Justice Department has given a $172,000 grant to three Arlington nonprofit organizations to continue funding a series of programs that aim to keep students out of gangs,” ….are to be administered and run by the Hispanic Committee of Virginia, Barrios Unidos and the Greenbrier Learning Center.

    http://waltertejada.blogspot.com/

    Walter Stands Up Against Anti-Immigrant Legislation in Prince William County
    http://www.waltertejada.net/node/12

  4. Greg L said on 15 Jul 2010 at 5:22 pm:
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    I remember Barrios Unidas! After Herndon approved their 287(g) agreement some folks from Barrios Unidas were picking fights with people who went to watch the meeting in front of City Hall. What a bunch of angry thugs.

    I can’t see them doing anything other than recruiting current gang members into their crew. Getting taxpayer dollars to do that is outrageous.

  5. Chitizen12 said on 15 Jul 2010 at 6:34 pm:
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    Now I understand the motivation of the anti American pro illegal faction within our own congress and administration. We have not been listening to them, otherwise we would get it.

    Just listen to what their experts say. It is the fault of the United States and its deportation policy which has caused the rise of gangs throughout both North and South America.

    “Americans have to realize how much damage the U.S. has done to this region,” he says.
    “However, it was after the United States began implementing their deportation policy in the 1990s that the groups grew into the super-gangs that they are today, with cliques all the way through Central America and Mexico as well as, of course, a huge presence in the U.S.”
    http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/laplaza/2009/04/la-vida-loca-reflects-a-depressing-and-hopeless-reality-the-documentary-filmed-by-photojournalist-and-filmmaker-chris.html

    I guess the only real way to correct this is with a dose of the new progressive health care plan. Solve the gang problem with a free lobotomy and vasectomy with every deportation. Let’s get wheels of that big health care machine turning!

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