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  1. Because they taste like a ****** shot hitting their tonsils! DC DEEP THROAT IP (203.22.204.202 and 207.69.139.150) dc_deep_throat@hotmail.com HAS BEEN BANNED! This has gone way too far. This is insulting and children can be reading this. If anyone has any pool with Yahoo, please find out who this person is.
  2. Why is it people that while all the Ward 3 candidates are seen already out there on the campaign trail but Sam Brooks is not? Simple, he is here under many aliases posting attacks and defenses of his person. The more Sam Brooks via his vanity stays here on the net and we keep him here the better it is as he will have not time to really campaign. The proof all of these aliases are Sam Brooks can be seen in that when Brooks is know to be somewhere, there are no postings by any of his aliases.
  3. Note the date on the Intowner article

    It doesn't matter what the date is but the fact that Rees was quoted and Brooks has never been by any newspaper in DC. What is more interesting people is that Truthseeker always defends Brooks against all and that is, Truthseeker is motivated by protecting his lover and not by reality. This says that Truthseeker is guided by emotions and not common sense!
  4. The INTOWNER newspaper quotes and praises

    BACK TO THE BASICS Like all journalists and others who try to keep tabs on the pulse in this city, we here at The InTowner continually scan the various neighborhood listservs for nuggets of info and insights. We regularly find both nuggets and insights which often reaffirm for us that positions we have taken on various issues are on target with more than just ourselves stuck in front of our computers. (We will admit, of course, that occasionally the opposite can be the case.) One of the best electronic forums out there is something called TheMail, the brainchild of Ward 1 activists Dorothy Brazil and Gary Imhoff, the husband and wife team that for many years now has been performing yeoman service to all our residents as they have consistently forced, by virtue of their always thorough and informed research and advocacy, both the politicians and the bureaucrats to be aware that there are citizens out here watching every move and not only prepared to right wrongs but actually succeed in doing so. (Their work that brought about the downfall of last year’s attempted gambling ballot initiative fraud is an perfect example.) This, then explains why it is that thoughtful, civic-minded citizens flock to the electronic pages of their twice-weekly moderated electronic town meeting (and why it is that the politicos and bureaucrats read it -- and frequently participate in the discussions). And it was here, on the very day we were preparing to go to press that we stumbled on a mini-essay from Ward 3 resident Jonathan Rees (who happens also to be a candidate for city council) that contained sentiments that we have tried to impress upon the politicians for some time, but apparently to no avail. So good was what we read -- and we kick ourselves that it was not we who actually wrote it -- that we share some of it with our readers, as follows: “. . . [W]e have reached a point of taxing our businesses and people to death, we are engaging too much in social engineering, we are passing legislation to do this or that but never knowing where the money is coming from. While we are a progressive ward, we also realize that we can't keep on driving up the price tag of living in DC. . . . “Building a new baseball stadium, building another hospital, and many other matters before us is not going back to the basics but may lead us into new problems that will increase the burden of all tax payers, drain us from more needed things and this is because we just don't know when to say enough is enough. Let baseball build its own stadium. Let Howard University Hospital get out of the red and stop laying people off before it embarks on a new project. Let the DC Public Schools explain where out tax dollars over the years went to upkeep our school but never did before we throw more money at the problem. Let DC government realize that its workforce of 34,000, when we have a population of 540,000, is the same as in 1976, when we were over 800,000, and that that is a major part of the problem of why the cost of living in DC is out of control, and let's finally have the guts to cut it down to a reasonable level. Let's start getting real about addressing all problems and each of us show a gusty individuality.” Now, let us be quite clear about one thing: The fact that we have quoted Mr. Rees favorably does not suggest that we are taking any position on his candidacy; at this point in time we have absolutely no idea who ought to get our nod, if anyone -- and we won’t decide until we know lots more about everyone and what they think about important issues of public policy and municipal government management. But, we do say without hesitation that Mr. Rees has hit the nail on the head. Too much time and energy (not to say anything about taxpayer money) is being wasted on large schemes to the detriment of making life easier, safer, and more pleasant for our citizens. Just consider the vast amount of city council members time, the time of so many of the city’s middle and senior managers, and the money spent on the effort to get baseball to set up shop here. Meanwhile, people are not safe on our streets, the health care services are a shambles, children are at risk hourly, the schools and libraries are a disgrace, and yet nothing seems to occupy anybody’s attention other than baseball and how to figure out more ways to squeeze cash out of the residents through fees and fines (so they don’t have to call ‘em taxes). It is imperative that our leaders actually lead by leading us back to basics. In an election year, especially this one, it would seem prudent for the politicians to take heed.
  5. BACK TO THE BASICS Like all journalists and others who try to keep tabs on the pulse in this city, we here at The InTowner continually scan the various neighborhood listservs for nuggets of info and insights. We regularly find both nuggets and insights which often reaffirm for us that positions we have taken on various issues are on target with more than just ourselves stuck in front of our computers. (We will admit, of course, that occasionally the opposite can be the case.) One of the best electronic forums out there is something called TheMail, the brainchild of Ward 1 activists Dorothy Brazil and Gary Imhoff, the husband and wife team that for many years now has been performing yeoman service to all our residents as they have consistently forced, by virtue of their always thorough and informed research and advocacy, both the politicians and the bureaucrats to be aware that there are citizens out here watching every move and not only prepared to right wrongs but actually succeed in doing so. (Their work that brought about the downfall of last year’s attempted gambling ballot initiative fraud is an perfect example.) This, then explains why it is that thoughtful, civic-minded citizens flock to the electronic pages of their twice-weekly moderated electronic town meeting (and why it is that the politicos and bureaucrats read it -- and frequently participate in the discussions). And it was here, on the very day we were preparing to go to press that we stumbled on a mini-essay from Ward 3 resident Jonathan Rees (who happens also to be a candidate for city council) that contained sentiments that we have tried to impress upon the politicians for some time, but apparently to no avail. So good was what we read -- and we kick ourselves that it was not we who actually wrote it -- that we share some of it with our readers, as follows: “. . . [W]e have reached a point of taxing our businesses and people to death, we are engaging too much in social engineering, we are passing legislation to do this or that but never knowing where the money is coming from. While we are a progressive ward, we also realize that we can't keep on driving up the price tag of living in DC. . . . “Building a new baseball stadium, building another hospital, and many other matters before us is not going back to the basics but may lead us into new problems that will increase the burden of all tax payers, drain us from more needed things and this is because we just don't know when to say enough is enough. Let baseball build its own stadium. Let Howard University Hospital get out of the red and stop laying people off before it embarks on a new project. Let the DC Public Schools explain where out tax dollars over the years went to upkeep our school but never did before we throw more money at the problem. Let DC government realize that its workforce of 34,000, when we have a population of 540,000, is the same as in 1976, when we were over 800,000, and that that is a major part of the problem of why the cost of living in DC is out of control, and let's finally have the guts to cut it down to a reasonable level. Let's start getting real about addressing all problems and each of us show a gusty individuality.” Now, let us be quite clear about one thing: The fact that we have quoted Mr. Rees favorably does not suggest that we are taking any position on his candidacy; at this point in time we have absolutely no idea who ought to get our nod, if anyone -- and we won’t decide until we know lots more about everyone and what they think about important issues of public policy and municipal government management. But, we do say without hesitation that Mr. Rees has hit the nail on the head. Too much time and energy (not to say anything about taxpayer money) is being wasted on large schemes to the detriment of making life easier, safer, and more pleasant for our citizens. Just consider the vast amount of city council members time, the time of so many of the city’s middle and senior managers, and the money spent on the effort to get baseball to set up shop here. Meanwhile, people are not safe on our streets, the health care services are a shambles, children are at risk hourly, the schools and libraries are a disgrace, and yet nothing seems to occupy anybody’s attention other than baseball and how to figure out more ways to squeeze cash out of the residents through fees and fines (so they don’t have to call ‘em taxes). It is imperative that our leaders actually lead by leading us back to basics. In an election year, especially this one, it would seem prudent for the politicians to take heed.
  6. BLESSED ARE THE POOR FOR THEY SHALL BE ESCORTED TO PG COUNTY By: Jonathan R. Rees, Candidate for Ward 3 City Council jrrees@peoplepc.com Many in our city attribute the turn around after financial ruins during the Barry years to our reigning mayor Anthony Williams but nothing could be further from the truth as he had little to do with it. Anthony Williams was a lawyer not a business man or major. The real architects of our turn around was the federal control board that took over our city and Anthony Williams was allowed to claim a role in it when he really had none just like the U.S. Attorney lays claim to a great conviction although the case was prosecuted by some assistants but never the U.S. Attorney himself. It is the perks of the position. The reality about Mayor Anthony Williams upon close examination and history will bear this out is, he made the rich richer, the poor poorer and the middle class got jack and has been seeing their standard of life slowly going down and all of this came to be because Mayor Anthony Williams was not a business man using good business sense but was guided by others who were guided by their own greed like the Jamals and our taxes have shot up and our government more bloated than ever. In a few years we will start paying for the excesses of Mayor Anthony Williams and this sitting City Council who allowed him to rape the poorest of our people of what little they had and then showed them the door to PG County and elsewhere. Wow after seven long years our City Council is finally, although they could have done it five years ago, is concerned about our skyrocketing rents and other things. Let’s see where Anthony Williams gets his next job. Probably within one of those industries that prospered under his policies.
  7. re: THIS IS STEWART

    Not a nice job B as you would have found me today if you had really did what you said. Nice job of lying that all you should be complimented for. How much did you pay Brooks to sleep with you?
  8. Sam Brooks has always turned to older gay men for his livelihood. Yet he says that he is not gay? BS. Sam is so gay and to ashamed to admit it as everything he does says he is. How can voters trust Sam to be honest with them when he cannot be honest about being gay but lies about it?
  9. Many people said that most of the male contributors on Sam Brooks OCF filings are well known, older gay men Sam may have had to have sex with in order to get their help. In other words, this supports a rumor that Brooks is a PNP, 420 Twink for older men.
  10. re: THIS IS STEWART

    Told you which manager to look for and then you will find me. Nope my full name appears.
  11. COMPARE REES TO BROOKS

    READ WHAT REES HAS TO SAY AND YOU BE THE JUDGE IF WHAT HE SAYS MAKES SENSE TO YOU INSTEAD OF READING ALL THE HATEFUL LIES HIS RIVALS ARE THROWING OUT OF SHEER JEALOUSY! You can see the big difference. Rees tells you what the problems are, what he wants to do to address them and more but Brooks doesn't. Brooks just says there are better days ahead but doesn't offer anything. You be the judge and maybe you can see why Brooks and his followers are so jealous of Rees. CLICK ON THIS LINE AND SEE THIS IS WHY REES IS UNTOUCHABLE...!
  12. UPDATED WEBSITE

    READ WHAT REES HAS TO SAY AND YOU BE THE JUDGE IF WHAT HE SAYS MAKES SENSE TO YOU INSTEAD OF READING ALL THE HATEFUL LIES HIS RIVALS ARE THROWING OUT OF SHEER JEALOUSY! Jonathan Rees for ward 3 City Council
  13. UPDATED WEBSITE

    READ WHAT REES HAS TO SAY AND YOU BE THE JUDGE IF WHAT HE SAYS MAKES SENSE TO YOU INSTEAD OF READING ALL THE HATEFUL LIES HIS RIVALS ARE THROWING OUT OF SHEER JEALOUSY! Jonathan Rees for Ward 3 City Council
  14. UPDATED WEBSITE

    Jonathan Rees for Ward 3 City Council Read what he has to say and then decide does he make sense!
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