Bernice Winandy

Bernice Winandy 2 months, 2 weeks ago on 323 The Question Is….. Need a good laugh?

P.S. I also assume that you have verifiable proof of your statement regarding "crook." If not, please use care in the accusations that you make.

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Bernice Winandy 2 months, 2 weeks ago on 323 The Question Is….. Need a good laugh?

Tom, I do not appreciate your remarks about "cracking" you up. As far as I am concerned President Obama was never given a chance. The reason he was never given a chance is because some people had very deep seated objections to having a person of color occupying the White House. What other president has been bothered and hounded to present his birth certificate to prove his citizenship? Furthermore, I think you should remember that the "dummy" you referred to got us into our longest running war under false pretenses. I think you should also remember that the monetary policies of his administration brought us to the "great recession." So much for the "dummy." - your description - not mine. While I might not agree with a president's policies, I will respect the office and not refer to him/her in derogatory terms in a public forum.

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Bernice Winandy 2 months, 2 weeks ago on 323 The Question Is….. Need a good laugh?

And he has a Congress that won't do anything. If you want to look at presidential records, why not examine the record of the president that occupied the office just before Obama.

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Bernice Winandy 7 months ago on 188 The Question Is... Water-sharing agreements.

Yes, it is one big mess. I hope PSWID is smart enough to not make it messier. I hope they say, "No, thanks" to the latest proposal.

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Bernice Winandy 7 months ago on 188 The Question Is... Water-sharing agreements.

Thanks, Pam, and thanks again. You certainly gave us a lot of material to review and digest. I especially appreciate the citing of easily obtained documents as it removes the "he said, she said" aspect of some water discussions. I hope the new board is fully apprised of all of the issues. They sure do have a big, time consuming job as board members.

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Bernice Winandy 7 months ago on 185 The Questions Is.... Benefits cards.

While Ron's comment was "well said," there are some problems that we humans bring to the table: once we are "taken" it is difficult to forgive and forget. Do we forgive, but not forget?

An amusing "attention getter" I once heard in a homily comes to mind. It is not directly related to the issue being discussed, but brings to mind another one of those eternal human problems.

A snake once complained to God, "I have no friends. No one will talk to me, play with me or have lunch with me."

God replied, "Well, Mr. Snake if you stopped biting, you might get some friends.

The snake went around several days without biting, and then he returned to God and said, "Now that I am not biting, everyone is kicking me, stomping on me and just plain being mean to me."

God replied, "I told you to stop biting, not to stop hissing."

So goes the eternal problem --

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Bernice Winandy 7 months ago on 185 The Questions Is.... Benefits cards.

Ron, well said. "My act of giving was appropriate regardless of their actions afterwards. They have to deal with that."

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Bernice Winandy 7 months ago on 188 The Question Is... Water-sharing agreements.

Tom, I am confused about something. (Well, many more than "something.") Anyway didFumusa at one time offer to sell the water company to PSWID? If he did, what was he asking for the water company? And If he did how long ago did he make the offer?

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Bernice Winandy 7 months ago on 188 The Question Is... Water-sharing agreements.

Tom, this comment doesn't answer your question, but I will make it anyway. PSWD already has a very large debt. I do not believe they should spend any more money purchasing wells from Fumusa and helping him drill a well for his subdivision. I believe that the only additional debt PSWID should assume (if unavoidable) is for repair and replacement of its current infrastructure. I also believe that future growth should pay for itself. Current PSWID water users and taxpayers have already experienced significant tax increases and water rate increases.

I guess I would ask how will PSWID and PSWID water users and taxpayers benefit from this expenditure? Will the money spent bring in worthwhile benefit to PSWID and PSWID water users and taxpayers? There are many other questions, too.

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