Thought For The Day:
"If you mess with our kids, than I'm going to mess with you!"James Hartline, Candidate - San Diego City Council, District 3
Bible Passage Of The Day:
"Beloved, I pray that you may prosper in all things and be in health, just as your soul prospers." 3 John 1:2
DID YOU KNOW? In my efforts to protect our community's women from being assaulted and raped, I have discovered that there is a violent sex offender who roams the streets of Hillcrest....living as a homeless person! That's right, a man who was convicted of drugging women and then raping them while they were unconscious, lives as a homeless person on the streets of Hillcrest. I have spent many hours going around the area that he hangs out and talking with the ladies and young girls to warn them about this rapist. Ladies...YOU NEED TO KNOW: many sex offenders live as homeless persons so that the police officers have a harder time tracking them down. Ladies and Moms, make sure that you check out the Megan's Law Website to see if you recognize a predator hanging around your home. The sad part is that a local female police sgt. would not even check out what this rapist was doing when I reported to her the activities of this guy. What if this guy decides to do drugs and attacks one of our community's women at night while they are walking or jogging? You can regularly see this rapist hanging out with the rest of the homeless drug addicts at the Jack In The Box restaurant on 7th & University Ave.
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Sunday, November 4, 2007
Thursday, November 1, 2007
Well, I took time off from my campaign for the San Diego City Council to do what I love to do: serve God and minister to the kids in our city. I let the ladies of Mission Valley Christian Fellowship talk me into dressing up as a clown for our Hallelujah Hoedown. At the Hoedown, we ministered to thousands of kids and their families at Qualcomm Stadium. We love our kids! And our San Diego families certainly needed a good celebration to forget, for a moment, the hardship of the terrible fires in recent days. Mission Valley Christian Fellowship, my home church here in San Diego, donated the entire cost of the event, so everything was free for the thousands of families that came to spend an alternative to Halloween with us.
For more information on Mission Valley Christian Fellowship and to see more of the crazy pictures from the Hallelujah Hoedown, go to http://www.mvcf.com/