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Originally posted by SpartanKingLeonidas
reply to post by budski
And budski I noticed you're the only one who replied to my post, you are a good friend, it just saddens me so little of ATS actually makes comments to my posts or threads sometime.
It seems as if people do not understand that silent agreement, is really no agreement, at all. One voice in the woods can lead lemmings from the cliff, but hundreds of voices can lead people away from the dangers of political disaster.
[edit on 28-3-2009 by SpartanKingLeonidas]
Officials in California's capital are dismantling an encampment of homeless people and providing temporary shelter for those who want it.
Sacramento spokeswoman Wendy Klock-Johnson says residents of the so-called tent city about one mile northeast of the state Capitol are being told to move by Wednesday.
The land is owned by the Sacramento Municipal Utility District, which wants to use it and is starting to build a fence around it.
Originally posted by whatukno
I wonder if they will be given tattoos so that the staff know to what dormatory they are assigned to. I mean homeless people loose stuff at an alarming rate right? Wouldnt tattoos say on the forarm be a solution to identification problems?
Originally posted by Walkswithfish
reply to post by JohnnyCanuck
If you are asking about the fact that Schwarzenegger's father was a Nazi it is true.
Though it has never been hidden, nor has the governor ever denied it, it is hardly an issue here.
These tent cities are proving to be a major embarrassment to the state, the logical thing for them to do is to move these people to a place where they can appear to be helping them, and to control exposure of "the problem" to the public and media.
You have not seen the real FEMA camps yet.
An association fallacy is an inductive formal fallacy of the type hasty generalization or red herring which asserts that qualities of one thing are inherently qualities of another, merely by an irrelevant association. The two types are sometimes referred to as guilt by association and honor by association. Association fallacies are a special case of red herring, and can be based on an appeal to emotion.