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Jack Sieglock speaks to Lodi Citizens in Action

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Posted: Tuesday, July 27, 2010 12:00 am | Updated: 12:56 pm, Tue Jul 27, 2010.

The future of California is filled with potential problems, but people assembling to raise concerns and advocate for change is vital to the state’s success, said Jack Sieglock, candidate for the 10th Assembly District to members of Lodi Citizens in Action on Monday evening in Lodi.

The former Lodi mayor, City Council member and San Joaquin County supervisor received several outbursts of applause during his presentation when he talked about not liking the direction the state and country are headed in. Businesses are suffering from too much regulation, education is failing and the infrastructure is crumbling, he said.

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  • Darrell Baumbach posted at 4:58 pm on Tue, Jul 27, 2010.

    Darrell Baumbach Posts: 9405

    Roberta ...And less regulation...typical Republican stance. That's what got us into the Gulf issue...

    Interesting!! As you requested of Mary, explain and quote your sources. Since this is the only accident of its kind in 30 years, and since oil , insurance and financial companies are more regulated than most industries, I'm interested what sources you have that suggest we are under regulated. Can you quote specific issues in the oil industry that would benefit from increased regulations?

  • posted at 12:46 pm on Tue, Jul 27, 2010.


    Silly? Ms. Henschel, how long do you think it takes for an immigrant to become a citizen and thus be able to vote? The myth that immigrants and illegal immigrants are welcome by the Dems because they are potential voters is one that is only believed by the ignorant and the followers of FOX News.

    And what, specifically, is the "close relationship" that the Obama administration has with BP? Explain and quote your sources.

  • Mary Henschel posted at 10:49 am on Tue, Jul 27, 2010.

    Mary Henschel Posts: 46

    I'm not really thrilled by Sieglock, but it's silly to think the Democrats would want to curb illegal immigration any more than the Republicans. Democrats own businesses, too, and they also benefit from 'guest workers'. Their party also likes the influx of potential voters.

    As for regulations (or lack of) causing the gulf mess, BPs close relationship with the Obama admin. added to the problem. "Big Oil" contributes to both parties.

  • posted at 8:56 am on Tue, Jul 27, 2010.


    Sieglock: "a guest worker program is vital to curbing illegal immigration."

    Wonder what Sieglock's stake is. Now he needs 'guest workers?"

    And less regulation...typical Republican stance. That's what got us into the Gulf issue. Way to go, Jack. I will be voting for Huber.



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