By Matthew Cole Scott Posted on September 20, 2016 Share Tweet Share Share Email Comments Pardoned. What he did is not actually bad for America. Pardon him. He is someone who is tearing down the wall that has been created between the people and the government. I agree with what he did. We need more bold characters speaking out about the wrongs of society. [They’ll] do neither. He’ll be working for the government. Pardoned, and he should get a free book thrown at him. But only if he wants it. About the author Related posts Matthew Cole Scott Contributor at Good Times | Blog Matthew is a California native and has lived in Santa Cruz for 34 years. A sculptor, photographer, avid biker and professional disc golfer, he has played tournaments in more than ten states and is the winner of the 2002 New Zealand Championships. What are you happy about today?What scares you more: North Korea, or our president?When is it OK to not tell the truth?As President, what executive orders would you sign?Is taller, high-density development a good thing for Santa Cruz?What’s the best of Santa Cruz?How would you describe the state of our political system?Would more cameras everywhere make us safer? Click to comment Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Are you an earthling? Prove it with logic: * × = 7 Related Items:local talk Share Tweet Share Share Email Recommended for you As President, what executive orders would you sign? Is taller, high-density development a good thing for Santa Cruz? What’s the best of Santa Cruz?