You should remember the name Jesse Dominguez. He lives in Santa Barbara where he is a city councilman.
The reason you should care about this particular councilman in Santa Barbara is because he holds a surprising view of personal freedom and liberty. Dominguez recently said in a public meeting: “Unfortunately, common sense is just not common. We have to regulate every aspect of people’s lives.” . . .
The answer to that is probably not, because after Dominguez blurted out those blatantly progressive words, the backlash ensued and an apology followed.
“I just wanted to apologize,” Dominguez said at the beginning of the meeting, according to Santa Barbara’s Noozhawk. “A few weeks ago I made a string of words in a rhetorical fashion about regulation and they were not taken as rhetorical and that’s my fault so I want to apologize.” . . .
Unfortunately for Dominguez, what happens in Santa Barbara doesn’t necessarily stay in Santa Barbara. When word spread about the councilman’s lack of confidence his constituents’ intelligence, social media weighed in.
But one city councilman, Jesse Dominguez, had a totally honest explanation for why the council thought it necessary to micro-manage our lives: "Unfortunately, common sense is just not common. We have to regulate every aspect of people's lives."https://t.co/CoQqA1Frc7
— thoughtcrime (@RawDawgBuffalo) August 6, 2018
"Councilman Jesse Dominguez said the following in response to citizens who asked “what’s next?”:
“Unfortunately, common sense is just not common. We have to regulate every aspect of people’s lives.”
Build the wall….around California.
— RepublicIfYouCanKeepIt (@RSE_VB) August 5, 2018
The city criminalized the use of plastic straws. Speaking to that issue, Councilman Jesse Dominguez said, “Unfortunately, common sense is just not common. We have to regulate every aspect of people’s lives.”
Got that? "We" are smarter than… https://t.co/6QwpAOID9H
— sheaholliman ❌ (@sheaholliman) August 6, 2018
(Read more from “Lawmaker Slips Up, Admits ‘We Have to Regulate Every Aspect of People’s Lives’” HERE)