Thursday, October 14, 2010

WHAT SHOULD THE PENALTY BE FOR PUTTING FALSE INFORMATION ON YOUR BALLOT STATEMENT?

2 comments:

Tom Sebourn said...

According to Marymount College here in California, you file a lawsuit.
http://www.dailybreeze.com/news/ci_15906375

Or in the case of Tea Party Candidate Christine O'Dollell running for Senate in Delaware, you just pad your resume' and the liberal media says you did.
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2010/9/20/112818/186

Anonymous said...

Maybe the DA should stick to prosecuting criminals instead of letting them go and stretching the truth with his accomplishments.
What's a little white lie or two, well, maybe 3,4, or 5?

And has he EVER addressed the following significant problem adequately? This is his job and he gets big money to do it:

"In June, the California Department of Justice reported that violent crime across the state in 2009 had dropped from the previous year by 6 percent. Humboldt County, however, reported an increase of 17 percent in violent crimes, with assaults rising more than 20 percent and homicides more than doubling, going from three in 2008 to eight in 2009.

Gallegos countered by saying that crime has actually been reduced during his time as district attorney, except last year, and attributed the recent increase to a faltering national economy.

”Since I've taken office, Humboldt County has become safer,” he said."

"Eureka is the county's retail and social services center, and our already reduced police department must contend with 169 known sex offenders, 553 parolees, 496 supervised probationers and hundreds of unsupervised probationers living in the city, many of whom are drawn to drugs and contributed to the 166 violent and 2,267 property crimes last year, totaling 10 for every 100 Eureka residents."