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Did Tomi van de Brooke register for the wrong office?

Original post made by [removed] on Apr 20, 2012

In good humor this morning, neighborhood voters have determined that Tomi registered for the wrong election. She should have registered to run against Diane, John, Mark or Joan so the job opportunities had the scope to allow social issues to be pursued with full opportunity for resolve. If she had the educational background and legal experience Tomi might consider becoming a Federal Judge.

All this humor indicates a frustration by voters with the distractions created by Tomi's campaign and supporters in their creed prejudice. There is a growing majority of voters among conservative religious congregations that are deeply offended by Tomi's supporters and their ridicule of faith perspectives.

Comments (13)

Posted by jjjj, a resident of Alamo
on Apr 20, 2012 at 9:05 am

nice to see the old fool is still pretending his rants are relevant...
go ahead and tout your beloved mayor of Danville but just remember all the signs around touting the MAYOR as mayor she was not elected she was selected.. so go ahead old fool- take all the shots you can at Tomi
elec t your beloved mayor of Danville see how happy you are when danville accomplishes their plan to annex Alamo so they wont steal from their neighbor... but i am sure old fool keep pluging for your beloved mayer perhaps cervato cir will be the first street in alamo to be up gradede


Posted by Informed Resideny, a resident of another community
on Apr 20, 2012 at 9:18 am

Poor Hal!! He is so confused.... He doesn't know what he wants.

First he is infatuated with Supervisor Piepho, and now he seems to be infatuated with Tomi.

p.s. jjjj, you are correct; Danville does not have an elected Mayor. The position is rotated amongst the council members for selection. Being a rotated "Mayor" is mostly symbolic and lacks the powers of an elected Mayor. That is probably lost on Hal.


Posted by [removed], a resident of another community
on Apr 20, 2012 at 10:05 am

Thank you, Gina, for your sponsored attack brutality.

What was a celebration of humor over that past several days is enhanced by your sponsorship. Within minutes of these posts by your sponsored commentators, volumes of humor were circulating from Alamo to Dougherty Valley. It tells your readers much about the prejudice and preference that will be present at your candidates' forum on April 26, don't you think?

Smile!


Posted by Informed Resident, a resident of another community
on Apr 20, 2012 at 12:28 pm

Hal,

Again with the accusations of attack brutality? My goodness, that is funny! Perhaps if you can't stand the heat it might be time to get out of the kitchen. You see, you don't get to set the rules based on your twisted perspectives. No one is being mean to you, I am just challenging you on your opinions. But there you go, crying foul again. Please Hal, put on your big boy pants if you wish to discuss politics and policy.

This may help you sort things out;

hyp•o•crite (noun)
1.
a person who pretends to have virtues, moral or religious beliefs, principles, etc., that he or she does not actually possess, especially a person whose actions belie stated beliefs.
2.
a person who feigns some desirable or publicly approved attitude, especially one whose private life, opinions, or statements belie his or her public statements.

Anyone can easily scan your posts here on the Danville Express and see that it is YOU that constantly starts things off by attacking Mary Piepho, Mark DeSaulnier, Tomi VanDeBrook or a host of elected officials as well as issues that you don't agree with. No problem, that is your right. But…The moment anyone defends them, you accuse them of debauchery! Hal, that is text book hypocrisy. If you can't see it, you are in denial.

Not only is it humorous, but amusing that you are right back to trying to convince us all, that so many others from Alamo to Dougherty Valley share your perspectives. Where is this absent army, or do they not vote?

Sorry Hal, you may think you are coy, savvy or clever, but really, you just appear angry, frustrated and obsessed.

Yeah, you made me smile...


Posted by [removed], a resident of another community
on Apr 21, 2012 at 7:42 am

Dear Readers,

Have you noticed that Gina C. Allen, President, Embarcadero Media Corporation East Bay, as publisher of this forum, sponsors and protects certain commentators, as psuedonyms, but goes to great lenghts to expose any commentator that posts commentary that is counter to her political and social subservience?

Have you noticed?

I bet that reality to most of you serves as invitation to keep your discussions, opinions and positions private among your neighborhoods and community groups.

Am I right?


Posted by jjjj, a resident of Alamo
on Apr 21, 2012 at 9:31 am

the old fool is still crying and trying to blame the editor because he can not stand to have someone disagree with his foolish views...is
it not about time for the old fool to invoke the neighborhood thing and threaten to turn in everyone that continues to claim that he is the old fool that show in every post he makes no matter what name he uses
hal you are the real old fool


Posted by jjjj, a resident of Alamo
on Apr 21, 2012 at 9:31 am

the old fool is still crying and trying to blame the editor because he can not stand to have someone disagree with his foolish views...is
it not about time for the old fool to invoke the neighborhood thing and threaten to turn in everyone that continues to claim that he is the old fool that show in every post he makes no matter what name he uses
hal you are the real old fool


Posted by [removed], a resident of another community
on Apr 21, 2012 at 4:05 pm

Dear Gina,

It would seem that the "bluejays" as jjr, jjj, and jjjj are one of your protected species, even in redundancy. Your readers have shared such humor, in review of this exchange, as an indicator of your selected sporsorship of commentators.

Very entertaining in its clear indications. So how will you work such sponsorship into the moderation of the April 26 event?


Posted by Informed Resident, a resident of another community
on Apr 22, 2012 at 11:36 am

Hal,

The one thing that you do well on these forums is exposing yourself in your attempt to expose others.

Funnier yet is your drawn up concern about moderation at an event you won't attend.

In case you missed it, yours is the behavior of a coward.


Posted by Informed Resident, a resident of another community
on Apr 23, 2012 at 12:05 am

Hal,

Let's review (again);

Just because you don't agree with others assessments of you or your perspectives....doesn't necessessarily qualify those "assessments" as insults or attacks.

You can repeat your accusations 'till the cows come home, it changes nothing; The cherry trees are still going to blossom and other people are going to continue to disagree with you. The question remains, are you going to accept certain realities or keep crying about your altered perceptions?


Posted by [removed], a resident of another community
on Apr 23, 2012 at 7:13 am

Dear Gina,

Let's focus this exchange in preparation for your role in the April 26 candidates' event. Certainly, our first focus should be on the candidates and voters with discovery of what they have in common. By separate, private distribution, I have arranged voter demographics to be sent to your Pleasanton offices so you might know the preferences, will and interests of district 2 voters. That should allow moderation of the April 26 event to be done in context to voters' priorities.

Within that documentation is the contrast among local democratic clubs, as Tomi's messengers on "social issues," and how voters view such messaging by democratic clubs. Why this is important is the announced plans to overload the audience with club members and to be vocal in opposition to Candace's presentation "no matter what the content."

But, Gina, the last question is critical, "How will you produce a fair, respectful and enlightening candidates' presentation on April 26?" If you won't control the town square forum to your own definition as "Town Square will continue to be a thoughtful gathering place for sharing community information and opinion," why should your remaining readers expect a "respectful and truthful" candidates' event on April 26?


Posted by jjjj, a resident of Alamo
on Apr 23, 2012 at 8:31 am

once again this old fool wants everyone to think he speaks for all
district 2 voters. what is this separate private distribution. he once again shows how foolish he really is by trying to control a meeting the he will not attend.trying to make everyone that reads this space beleive that he is someone very important in alamo and district 2. perhaps this old fool should get out from behind the keyboard and see what the world in downtown alamo is really like. perhaps if he did he might not be as big of fool as he is...


Posted by wow, a resident of another community
on Apr 24, 2012 at 1:13 pm

Mr. Bailey posts on this forum is a perfect example of why we need to discuss mental health in this country.


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