Hy Ascanbe 
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Re: “Berkeley Files Claim to Stop Feds from Closing Berkeley Patients Group

Q: How can you tell if Melinda Haag is lying ? A: Her mouth is moving !!!

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Posted by Hy Ascanbe on 07/06/2013 at 9:07 AM

Re: “Oakland Wins: Harborside Open Another Fifteen Months — At Least

Melinda Haag is an ongoing embarrassment to U.C.Berkeley (her alma mater) & a danger to every law-abiding Californian. Only my sense of decency prevents me from saying how I really feel about this vile & repugnant woman & her reprehensible attack on those dispensaries & patients in compliance with state law. She should be fired immediately (long overdue) & should be treated like the pariah she is every time she has the audacity to show her face in public for the rest of her life. On the other hand I do agree with Assemblyman Tom Ammiano that it's just awful that a house fell on her sister (a Wizard of Oz reference,no doubt) !

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Posted by Hy Ascanbe on 07/06/2013 at 8:59 AM

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