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5 thoughts on “A community garden that doesn’t need the feds’ help

  1. Tristan, you should know better, the commenters are typically trolls who only believe what Rush Limbaugh tells them to believe. These are not a fair consensus of the majority voters. If it was, McCain would be president and no one would be talking about Health Care.

  2. Craig P,

    It may be true that a lot of commenters are trolls. And many are off-island. That’s part of the reason I bring this up here, on the Bainbridge Conversation, to see what islanders think about Inslee’s bill.

  3. Posted by BainbridgeClearCut on July 23, 2009 at 5:52 a.m. (Suggest removal)

    Jay who? Do I hear another hog call for Bainbridge and other neighborhoods with this silly proposal? Jay Who must learn that taxpayers want sanity and not another wasteful project. Citizens have mustered resources from volunteer groups for gardens. Thanks, Jay Who, for trying to help spend money but no thanks.

    Jay Who, tell us again about the bio-fuel wonder plan you pushed? Tell us, Jay Who, how it managed to push world hunger and not your Prius.

  4. Craig P: did you apply to be a Sun blogger hall monitor making sure all comments comport with your sense of value? Isn’t it terrible that we all can’t be of the group think.

    Good editorial from Kitsap Sun. Hope Jay Who reads it and stops with the waste.

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