Prison was good for him, says ex-Chargers QB Ryan Leaf

Sadly, the sheeple of San Diego will probably fall for the fallacy and vote for the ballot measure. If they do they deserve the pot holed filled streets, eliminated or reduced services and ultimately new AND additional taxes. Those taxes will be necessary to backfill the shortfalls in revenue caused by highest hotel tax in the nation. When people decide NOT to vacation in San Diego because of higher taxes and fees just watch the jobs in the tourist industries disappear. But a billionaire and his family will be laughing all the way to the bank, while we the sheeple of San Diego watch millionaires play a game in his multi-billion dollar palace 10 times a year. Meanwhile, in San Diego unemployment rises and the very taxes that pay for many of our services goes lower and lower and that new Convention Center annex, you know the "Con-Vadium" sits idle most of the year sucking the city treasury dry. You see the Spanos and the Chargers don't care about the new unused convention annex, hell they don't even care if it gets finished just as long as the "Vadium" part of this huge "Con" meets their goals. But don't listen to my opinion, read Ray Ellis' op/ed published in the VOSD. Ray is a candidate for the District one Council Seat in the up coming election. He, and Chris Cate, District Five Councilman make some great points about the complete lack of details of the Charger's game plan for a new stadium downtown. http://www.voiceofsandiego.org/topics/opinion/c...
— May 6, 2016 10:09 a.m.

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