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How do you get someone to donate 1.4 million dollars to you? Yes on measure A funding did just that.

Original post made by Michael G. Stogner, another community, on Nov 15, 2012

So far that seems to be the amount that Don Horsley, Carole Groom, Adrienne Tisser and Rose Jacobs Gibson our supervisors were able to get Seton Medical Center and S.E.I.U and others to give.Also they supplied a Seton staff member spearhead the yes on the campgain.We know Seton expects to get 15 million dollars per year. Im not sure how many commercials that bought yet but i personally have seen over 30 of them and it seems to have worked. Only 68,610 of unorganized voters (you and me) voted no on measure A and we now have one of the most expensive counties in the state of California to purchase things.

If you google Dun and Bradstreet - Adrienne Tissier you will get Bay Relations Inc. Which shows us that Tissier is a contact person. If you google Chamber of Commerce and Bay Relations it shows that Tissier is the Vice President, The president is Michael Pacelli, if you google his name and Seton Medical Center you will find that he is a board member and has been since 2005. I think we just found the connection between the board of supervisors and Seton Medical Center.

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Posted by thru the grapevine
a resident of Menlo Park: Belle Haven
on Nov 15, 2012 at 12:15 pm

Those sour grapes must taste just AWFUL!

Truly awful.

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Posted by Jack Hickey
a resident of Woodside: Emerald Hills
on Nov 15, 2012 at 4:15 pm

Michael, if you have the campaign filing for the YES on A campaign, why don't you post it?

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Posted by Menlo Voter
a resident of Menlo Park: other
on Nov 15, 2012 at 7:50 pm


I guess you like paying more tax than you really need to. I don't, but organized labor thinks it's jim dandy as it benefits them and most of them don't live in this county and thus won't have to pay the excessive tax. And they were able to sell that to a gullible electorate with the help of their bought and paid for politicians (Don Horsley et. al.). No sour grapes. FACTS

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Posted by red red wine
a resident of Menlo Park: Downtown
on Nov 16, 2012 at 11:00 am

Factual, or rhetoric?

"a gullible electorate with the help of their bought and paid for politicians"

Let's ask the expert, Jim Dandy.

Jim: "sounds kinda like rhetorical noise to me...."

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Posted by Michael G. Stogner
a resident of another community
on Nov 16, 2012 at 2:22 pm

Here is a fact.

Supervisor Adrienne Tissier doesn't mention in her bio that she is a contact person VP at Bay Relations Inc. Seton Medical Centeris a customer of Bay Relations.

Web Link

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Posted by Menlo Voter
a resident of Menlo Park: other
on Nov 16, 2012 at 4:55 pm


no rhetoric. just look at where Horsley recieved support when they ran for election. Don't forget that two of those county supervisors supporting this nonsense weren't even elected, but appointed by the bought and paid for supervisors. Are you truly that blind?

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