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Open Thread

By Greg L | 29 August 2010 | Uncategorized | 35 Comments

Been working on some time-sensitive projects that have kept me pretty busy, so it’s time once again for an open thread…

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  1. anonymous said on 29 Aug 2010 at 5:50 pm:
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    Laughing at how over at moonhowlings they show their true bias and slam conservative contributors for supposedly saying “outrageous” things but give liberal contributors a pass for just as outrageous posts.

  2. SickOfIt said on 29 Aug 2010 at 8:04 pm:
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    Has anyone else been calling the county or going to their website to report these people who let their grass grow to two feet tall before cutting it? I have started reporting them hot and heavy in the Loch Lomond area and the county has so far been responsive, but nothing has been cut (it’s only been about two weeks)

    The website address is: www.pwcgov.org/default.aspx?topic=010013000250001825

    You can submit anonymously, and if you give your real email address, they will email you updates.

  3. Patty said on 29 Aug 2010 at 8:04 pm:
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    Here is a great letter to the editor. The following appeared in The Washington Times, August 27, in response to an editorial about Al Gore and global warming.

    It made letter of the day:


  4. IllegalParking said on 29 Aug 2010 at 8:07 pm:
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    I was wondering if anyone knew if it is illegal to park a car on your property WITHOUT license plates? There’s a house nearby that has a car parked next to it (in their driveway) without plates. They always have their screen door open, and usually have about five cars in the driveway and two in the street, so the likelihood that they are illegals is high. Either way, their house always looks like a dump and if I can help make their lives unpleasant by reporting illegal activity, I certainly will.

  5. local gop said on 29 Aug 2010 at 8:20 pm:
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    well if having a lot of cars in the driveway and a screen door open means there’s a high probability that the inhabitants are illegals i guess everyone in mississippi is an illegal….

  6. IllegalParking said on 29 Aug 2010 at 8:58 pm:
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    local gop: do you want Prince William to turn into Mississippi? I didn’t think so. The propped open screen door is a common ’signal’ to the vermin that a room is available.

  7. june bug said on 29 Aug 2010 at 10:41 pm:
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    You bet right in what an open screen door means. See it all the time and cars stop and the next thing that car becomes part of the neighbor of cars that park up and down the streets. Also anywhere they find a place. They even park very close to driveways and sometimes hang over the entrance to someone elses drive way.

    Check with Neighborhood Services on the no tag car and also on the grass.Everyone should call in the high grass as it brings the rats and other unwanted animals,then it is a mess to get rid of the animals and especially the rats.

    Just how informed is this -local gop-? Mississippi has nothing to do with this,they suffered a disaster there and it takes time to recover.Missippi and the other areas did nothing to cause their disaster,so how can you compare?
    What we see is caused by people who do not abide by the rules and laws of the land.

    So lets get real !

  8. Laurie's Friend said on 29 Aug 2010 at 11:25 pm:
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    Went to the 8-28 rally. At the 9-12 rally, I would describe the mood as angry and frustrated that there seemed to be no way to stop the statist Juggernaut.

    At the 8-28 rally, people were uplifted and joyful. I had many people state that perhaps Obama was the best thing that happened, because without the blatant pushing of their far-left agenda in direct violation of the will of “we, the people”, voters would have continued to remain complacent as they continued to advance their agenda incrementally.

    Everyone I met was positive, and determined to work hard to change the playing field at ballot boxes this November. Many people we ran into had been Obama supporters and voters, and are now very much against him, Pelosi, Reid and the whole run-away deficit train.

    Most people are still angry at Republicans though — and are giving money to local candidates they support directly, and not to the RNC and other similar R entities.

    8-28 definitely had the feel of a Revival meeting, or the rallying muster held to motivate the troops before going into battle. The troops are ready and motivated. On to Victory, Nov 2010!

  9. local gop said on 30 Aug 2010 at 12:22 am:
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    im from mississippi..and it would be nice to have some small town southerners around here sometimes. so, yes, to a certain extent.

  10. DPortM said on 30 Aug 2010 at 4:45 am:
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    The occupant of the property has 14 days from the date of the notice to mow their lawn. If the zoning violation is maintaining a dump heap, such as a pile of limbs, they have 7 days to remove the limbs.

    Soon you will see the lawns mowed in Loch Lomond.

  11. Just the Facts said on 30 Aug 2010 at 7:26 am:
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    The comments in this thread reflect my frustration with Corey Stewart’s statewide “Rule of Law” campaign. First, he should be focusing on Prince William County and our problems rather than starting his 2013 Lt. Governor campaign while we suffer.

    Second, the “Virginia Rule of Law” is a meaningless assemblage of ineffective measures cobbled together for maximum emotional appeal and minimum threat to his corporate campaign donors.

    Corey, give us something that will crack down on illegal employers, enforce zoning and overcrowding laws, strengthen and enforce the noise ordinance, and enact neighborhood parking ordinances as Fairfax County did. These measures work and they are proven legal.

  12. Jon Wong said on 30 Aug 2010 at 7:29 am:
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    It illeal to park car with no tag. 50 usually give 3 warning… then tow car. You make complaint chop-chop.

  13. cynic said on 30 Aug 2010 at 8:42 am:
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    Once again on moonhowlings their favorite clown rod2155 posts again this morning about tea party members possibly going to assassinate Obama, and he is allowed to post without any problem. When someone objects to that post, rightfully so, they get shouted down and told they are close to being put in moderation!

    Yes, moonhowlings is truly a “place for civil debate”! Only if you agree with their point of view, otherwise your posts are attacked as being off-topic. Not that rod2155’s is on topic at all! Elena even DEFENDED his posts! Shows how objective she is, she attacks the person who objected to rod’s posts.

  14. cynic said on 30 Aug 2010 at 8:59 am:
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    Time to start counting Nazi/Hitler references again on moonhowlings. One poster alluded to Beck being like Nazi. Of course, they’ve said many times Stewart is a Nazi. looney mooney just said once again about laws against illegal immigration being like the 3rd Reich! Heil Hitler!!!

  15. Cynic said on 30 Aug 2010 at 10:38 am:
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    How can you be “cynic” when I am Cynic?

  16. Citizen12 said on 30 Aug 2010 at 1:09 pm:
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    I’ll give the inhabitants of Mississippi a little more credit than most. For over 100 years it has been the American tradition to honor the true purpose of a screen door, which is to allow air to flow into, out of and through the dwelling AND keep the bugs outside. This is accomplished by leaving the screen door CLOSED. Not only do the people of Mississippi get this, the other North Americans do as well.

    However, while the purpose of two doors seemed to elude many of our brothers and sisters from south of the border, their creative nature has yet indeed provided a new use for this “unnecessary” door. Rather than to follow the traditional practice of tearing off this obstruction on move in day, they have found it provides a means of advertising the spare rooms without the costly and unsightly yard sign.

    Add this to the ever growing list of “cultural exchange” brought to our neighborhoods such as multi family living in a single family home, avoiding the unsightly trash can in favor of open storage of garbage on site, the home operated restaurant with pickup and delivery service, automotive stereo testing centers, all night pharmacy pickup and delivery, neighborhood dating service and let’s not forget the front yard block party/ family reunion.

    How those of us in suburbia got by without all this culture for so long is a true mystery.

  17. Cynic said on 30 Aug 2010 at 2:29 pm:
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    Citizen12 stated - “How those of us in suburbia got by without all this culture for so long is a true mystery.”

    Citizen 12 - That’s just a great piece of accurate writing.

    Cynic - the first and real one.

  18. Disgusted said on 30 Aug 2010 at 3:30 pm:
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    I was disappointed by Beck. He didn’t play anything from “Blow By Blow” or “Wired”. Just blah blahblah blahblah.

  19. yawning wolf said on 30 Aug 2010 at 4:05 pm:
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    moonhowling is a LIBERAL forum. Therefore it cannot be used for open debate. Just like 9500liberty they will block any comments they do not like. This is a common MO of socialists.

    Allowing free and open speech takes guts. moon has none.

  20. park'd said on 30 Aug 2010 at 4:09 pm:
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    Don’t forget the single house chair outside a door or sitting in a yard. That is a sign there is a room to rent as well.

    Corey is a weasel just like most politicians. He isn’t serious about doing anything about illegals. He just wants to get elected and will promise anything to make that happen. Then he may or may not go on some half-ass campaign to actually do what he said he would. The 2007 resolution is proof of that. A lot of good that fiasco did other than scare 75% of the illegals across the river for a year only to see them return when their apartment leases expired in Maryland 6-12 months later, only this time as renters. Once they figured out that they had a friend in Deane and that Corey was impotent to force his hand then they all yelled ARIBA! and returned as soon as they could, but not before leaving an EPIC mofo foreclosure disaster in their wake that we are still choking on.

  21. Disgusted said on 30 Aug 2010 at 4:16 pm:
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    Oh…just saw this one at http://www.wtopnews.com/?nid=600&sid=1949669. Your boy Cuccinelli lost the first round in his case regarding the UVa professor’s alleged misuse of VA taxpayers funds in global warming studies. Why? Because he forgot to state in his complaint WHY HE WAS BRINGING A COMPLAINT AGAINST MR. MANN. A retired judge, no less, decided the case and said Cuccinelli “failed to spell out the nature of Mann’s alleged wrongdoing”. Its been a stellar week for Ken. First, he reads the existing code and says the state can regulate abortion clinics, then reads the existing code to find it’s okay to have holiday displays on government property as long as everyone can do it their way, and now this. Add to it his righteous campaign to rid his stationary of Virtus’ exposed boob and his taunting of college pro-gay groups. He’s a legal genius!!

    While all you conservative zealots are frantically searching for Obama’s birth certificate, someone better check to see if Ken has a law degree. If this was a liberal, you guys would be tripping over yourselves, in a lather, to exclaim the woeful waste of our precious tax dollars. Are you thinking what I’m thinking? Sarah Palin’s VP nominee in 2012!!! Ohhhh Boyyeee!

  22. anonymous said on 30 Aug 2010 at 6:03 pm:
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    Don’t leave out elena in your analysis of moonhowlings. She was quick to attack the conservative who objected to remarks made by a liberal concerning possible assassination of Obama by a Tea Party member. She also kept up her mantra of “where was the outrage ….” and listed her usual list of things she was outraged about Bush.

  23. Anonymous said on 30 Aug 2010 at 11:25 pm:
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    Amen Park’d. Corey is just all talk and King Deane just keeps doing what he what to do.

  24. Anonymous said on 31 Aug 2010 at 6:48 am:
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    Anyone who doubts Moonhowlings political leanings only needs to look at the video they posted today. As 9500 Liberty proved, you can edit hours of film to tell any story you want. Once again, the Liberal Left demonstrated that they enjoy nothing more than ridiculing their fellow Americans. The name of the company that produced it, NEW LEFT MEDIA, says it all.

  25. jm said on 31 Aug 2010 at 7:57 am:
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    Did anyone hear about the guy at the Sonic Super Wash in Woodbridge who was driving a customer’s Jeep out of the wash bay, hit two coworkers and a customer’s car, then removed his shirt and ran away. You guessed it, illegal and no driver’s license. I’ll not be going to the new Sonic Wash in Manassas!


  26. june bug said on 31 Aug 2010 at 9:32 am:
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    It says the Illegal will be in jail on a $6,000 bond. Wonder how many minutes it will take for some one to post his bond?

    Perhaps some of our loving Americans that can’t see any futher than the tip of their nose will come forth to spring him.

    Jacobsen makes me sick in his stupid analysis of a Miss Universe Pagent and the realities of life.
    He has been a kook all his life and only gets worse with the years.

    Does anyone stop to think that with the symbol of the door screen,chair in the yard, they put a new meaning on what is their purpose? This is all part of taking over,changing our way of life and meaning of anything or everything we ever stood behind.Why would anyone want to cave into such nonsence? It’s time we speak up
    loud and clear,that people like Jacobson does not speak for us.

  27. anonymous said on 31 Aug 2010 at 10:31 am:
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    Someone from moonhowlings will be running right over to post bail for the poor guy - he was just trying to make a living doing his job, blah blah blah…. They’ll be saying how he has a family to support, and is just trying to make ends meet. Anyone who disagrees is obviously “anti-immigrant” as they like to say.

  28. anonymous said on 31 Aug 2010 at 10:35 am:
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    Don’t forget the business says he provided them with “what appeared to be a legitimate social security number and driver’s license”. Add identity fraud to the list of offenses, too. Of course, we’ll hear over at the loonhowlings how he had no other choice since he was just trying to make a living, and they’ll defend the identity theft as they’ve done many times in the past, saying he’s paying into social security money that he’ll never see. They always point to that as an example of how the illegals are benefiting the system….

  29. Lenny said on 31 Aug 2010 at 1:47 pm:
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    Heard a rumor that Corey Stewart is going to be running for State Senate. Anyone else hear that?

  30. Woodbridge said on 31 Aug 2010 at 2:51 pm:
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    Who is going to run against Principi next year???

  31. june bug said on 31 Aug 2010 at 4:11 pm:
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    Thats what we need to know,Who’s running against Principi????

    Lennie, Don’t worry about Stewart,he can take care of himself.The first thing to come up is Chair of the Board and I am sure Stewart will run for that,plus he has a Great chance of Winning.

    There are all kinds of romors going on out there and most of them are not true.There are people that like to run a rumor as it stirs people up.This is nothing but confusion and it would be better to not think about it.

    Plenty of time to seek out a good,deserving candidate.

  32. Patty said on 31 Aug 2010 at 10:00 pm:
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    Hey Patriot, I haven’t seen a post from you in a long time. I hope you are doing well.

    I like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NZVjKrmvYYQ

  33. Just Observin' said on 1 Sep 2010 at 6:50 am:
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    Principi’s opponent? Stewart for Senate? One word - Redistricting.

    Who will do what for elections - more so locally or General Assembly - most likely will stay up in the air until the whole thing gets sorted out.

    The County is already on record for the Magisterial Districts of saying we’ll just move the lines around to balance out the Districts - roughly 57,000 people in each. No money to establish a new one ($2million as I recall be said in the BOCS session). The lines will all be settled by next June on those Districts (hopefully), then it will be the “who can run against Principi”.

    The GA disticts for House and Senate are another story. One rumble is split up the 29th Senate and realign the others….and that is only one of many rumbles. Colgan not running is more the “sure bet”, and the other thing is where the lines end up.

    N&M had the piece yesterday on the Federal side of the issue. So “Stewart for Senate” would hang on if the choice is State or Federal run.

    It will all be anyone’s guess until the new lines and maps are made, I wager.

  34. jm said on 2 Sep 2010 at 8:08 am:
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    The PWC Rule of Law gets credit for reducing the number of illegals in Virginia. From the Washington Post:

    Virginia, Florida and Nevada were among the states with the steepest declines in their populations of illegal immigrants. Large declines in illegal immigrants in Florida and Nevada were probably because of the housing crisis and the loss of thousands of construction jobs, which immigrants often fill, experts said. Florida’s illegal immigrant population fell by 375,000, to an estimated 675,000, between 2008 and 2009, and Nevada’s decreased by 50,000 to an estimated 180,000 during that period.

    The number in Virginia fell by 65,000, to 240,000, a decline that Jeffrey Passel, an author of the report, attributed to the economy as well as to stricter legislation passed in Prince William County in 2007 and 2008.

    Although the report’s authors did not have information about population decreases at the county level, a 2009 University of Virginia study of the legislation’s effect on Prince William showed a decline in the number of children enrolled in ESOL classes and in the number of uninsured mothers giving birth, both suggestive of the presence of recent and poor immigrants, said Audrey Singer, who specializes in immigration at the Brookings Institution.

    Corey A. Stewart, chairman of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors and a champion of the legislation, said he was “proud” of the county’s role in decreasing the illegal immigrant population. “Our resolution on illegal immigration resulted in thousands of illegal aliens leaving Prince William,” said Stewart, who has called for Virginia to adopt a law similar to Arizona’s.

    But Stewart (R-At Large) predicted that the declining numbers of illegal immigrants in Virginia would be temporary without stricter enforcement statewide. “They’re just going to come back once the economy recovers,” he said.


  35. Anonymous said on 4 Sep 2010 at 3:13 pm:
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    jm said on 31 Aug 2010 at 7:57 am

    Did anyone hear about the guy at the Sonic Super Wash in Woodbridge….

    Yes, jm… TV news reported that the owner of car wash claimed that the I. D. documents the illegal presented when applying for the job “appeared to be legit”.

    This seems to be a problem nation wide. Clearly his I. D. documents were not “legit”…either false, stolen, borrowed or forged …but as long as they superficially appear to be “legit”, a business owner runs the risk of being slammed for employee discrimination if they try to check for validity.

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