How To Undercut Rent Control In SF

In a message dated 9/15/2006 10:45:32 A.M. Pacific Standard Time,
amarcyb@... writes:

Agreed, rent control is not a good thing. You ask if the LPSF Excom
can write a platform addressing this subject. As a member of the
Excom, I would be in favor of composing a platform addressing all
major San Francisco issues of concern to Libertarians, but not one
addressing a single issue. Perhaps I misunderstood you, and what you
are suggesting is a "Resolution" declaring rent control an
economically ineffective idea? I would be very much in favor of that!

hi marcy --

i am suggesting a platform of ALL the local issues on which libertarians
have a specific policy or proposal, and get all lpsf candidates to routinely
include the entire platform in their campaign material and public
communications, campaign speeches etc.

in the past i had worked on this with mike denny when he ran for mayor

Sarosh D. Kumana
_www.sfrent.net_ (http://www.sfrent.net/)
Tel: 415-861-4554
Fax: 415-931-4004
Cell: 415-425-5184

Thank you for the clarification, Sarosh.

Marcy

In a message dated 9/15/2006 10:45:32 A.M. Pacific Standard Time,
amarcyb@... writes:

Agreed, rent control is not a good thing. You ask if the LPSF

Excom

can write a platform addressing this subject. As a member of the
Excom, I would be in favor of composing a platform addressing all
major San Francisco issues of concern to Libertarians, but not one
addressing a single issue. Perhaps I misunderstood you, and what

you

are suggesting is a "Resolution" declaring rent control an
economically ineffective idea? I would be very much in favor of

that!

hi marcy --

i am suggesting a platform of ALL the local issues on which

libertarians

have a specific policy or proposal, and get all lpsf candidates to

routinely

include the entire platform in their campaign material and public
communications, campaign speeches etc.

in the past i had worked on this with mike denny when he ran for

mayor