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When Your Home is Not Your Home

Freedom of assembly? Not in San Diego, where a pastor who holds a regular bible study was threatened with fines if he continued to do so.

15 people - too much for your home?

Broyles said a few days later the couple received a written warning that listed "unlawful use of land" and told them to "stop religious assembly or apply for a major use permit" - a process that could cost tens of thousands of dollars.
Nobody has the right to tell you what you can do in your home, so long as you are not infringing on the freedoms of others.

This fits right in with Nancy Pelosi's statement that "we have so much room for improvement. Every aspect of our lives must be subjected to an inventory ... of how we are taking responsibility" for a clean, green environment.

So again, what you do in your home is not really your choice. You have to get approval, see.

Freedom. Liberty. Foreign words to these Gladys Kravitz-government types.

I miss America.

by Brett Rogers, 5/28/2009 8:54:39 AM


Be glad you donít live in San Diego.

San Diego County is one of the most backwards, repressive bureaucracies in the USA. County PR staffers are now tap-dancing like puppets on speed as they do damage control.

E-mail Supervisor Chair Greg Cox at and tell him what a great job (not!) Code Enforcement Head Pam Elias and her staff are doing or tell her yourself at

I hope this goes to court. The County is going to lose big time. Too bad the taxpayers and not the out-of-control bureaucrats will pay the costs and damages.

Hopefully all this negative publicity will protect other citizens from further abuse by these bureaucratic zealots.

Posted by Lee, 5/29/2009 1:40:49 AM

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