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Homeland Security & Public Safety Committee

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2019 11:32 pm
by SewTexas
Soooo, I have finally realized.....
Poncho doesn't do well when he's tired :lol: :lol: :lol: except it's interfering with his job.....

Re: Homeland Security & Public Safety Committee

Posted: Thu Apr 04, 2019 8:48 am
by RoyGBiv
? Link ?

I wanna see it... :lol:

Re: Homeland Security & Public Safety Committee

Posted: Thu Apr 04, 2019 9:51 am
by SewTexas

this is the link to the last part of the committee meeting.....just go to the last....oh, 15 minutes or so, he pretty much melts down.

Re: Homeland Security & Public Safety Committee

Posted: Thu Apr 04, 2019 10:26 am
by Kkpsiknl
Iā€™m at work and can not watch. What happened?

Re: Homeland Security & Public Safety Committee

Posted: Thu Apr 04, 2019 12:47 pm
by SewTexas
he had started the meeting with everyone having 3 minutes to speak, as time progressed, it went to two on the campus carry bill, then to one on the sign bill! People were not happy, they had waited 15 hours by that point. He got a bit snippy. "I don't want to hear the same thing as the last guy". I flipped over to the other meeting that was happening to see how they were doing...it was, public health I think, something to do with animals...they were laughing and talking forever...it was almost midnight when they let out. Poncho isn't a night person at all. I figured out that what he is doing is pushing the "controversial" bills till late on the hopes that the speakers will leave. Maybe smart from his perspective? I don't know? but he's not coming across well on screen. If he doesn't want to run late, then schedule more meeting with fewer bills or don't be a chairman....

Re: Homeland Security & Public Safety Committee

Posted: Tue Apr 09, 2019 12:35 am
by WildRose
SewTexas wrote: ā†‘
Thu Apr 04, 2019 12:47 pm
he had started the meeting with everyone having 3 minutes to speak, as time progressed, it went to two on the campus carry bill, then to one on the sign bill! People were not happy, they had waited 15 hours by that point. He got a bit snippy. "I don't want to hear the same thing as the last guy". I flipped over to the other meeting that was happening to see how they were doing...it was, public health I think, something to do with animals...they were laughing and talking forever...it was almost midnight when they let out. Poncho isn't a night person at all. I figured out that what he is doing is pushing the "controversial" bills till late on the hopes that the speakers will leave. Maybe smart from his perspective? I don't know? but he's not coming across well on screen. If he doesn't want to run late, then schedule more meeting with fewer bills or don't be a chairman....
If he doesn't want to listen to the People of The State's perspective on proposed legislation he needs to seek other employment.

He is supposed to be a "Public Servant" not a dictator.

Re: Homeland Security & Public Safety Committee

Posted: Tue Apr 09, 2019 9:15 am
by K.Mooneyham
Well, you all know who to blame for ol' Pancho being in that position in the first place...

Re: Homeland Security & Public Safety Committee

Posted: Tue Apr 09, 2019 10:00 am
by SewTexas
so I was laughing to myself yesterday because I saw on their posting that he had the "marriage" bill AND the "abortion" bill BOTH listed for yesterday....no, I have no idea how late they went, I stopped paying attention to the leg at about 9, the justice, criminal and energy were all going and all said they had more to go....BUT Poncho wasn't Chairing, I don't think....he came into the Justice Comm and presented his bill about keeping guns away from mentally "defective" (his word not mine :shock: ) But I don't think I ever, before or after that saw him at his committee.

Re: Homeland Security & Public Safety Committee

Posted: Wed Apr 10, 2019 8:02 pm
by Alf
K.Mooneyham wrote: ā†‘
Tue Apr 09, 2019 9:15 am
Well, you all know who to blame for ol' Pancho being in that position in the first place...
They don't support the Second Amendment. Why is anybody surprised by recent actions showing they don't support the First Amendment either.

But we both know there are plenty of gun owners who will make up some excuse to vote for them next year. :banghead: