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Elected officials’ vision of Malta differs from residents

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Elected officials’ vision of Malta differs from residents Round Lake Road is owned by Saratoga County and they’ve done a good job maintaining it. The elected officials of Malta felt it should be studied. Their concern seemed to be providing the quickest access to the Northway without delay. What the elected officials seem to have lost in the studies and data is that Exit 11 is a thriving hamlet with residences, senior housing, an elementary ...

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Phils2008
October 27, 2013
7:27 p.m.

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John, nicely written talking points. You dutifully stuck to the script by using the word hostage. You followed the company line by falsely stating the GOP shut the Government down. You made sure to mention the words terrorism, extortion and extremism. You repeated the 24 Billion dollar guesstimate on queue and somehow came up with 50 million spent on trying to repeal the ACA. You pretend Rommney lost because he might repeal the ACA but in fact he lost because people like you were afraid they would lose their handouts. You seriously imply Democrats would put America before ideology though no modern examples of them doing so exist. Its all a bit too much to swallow. When I finally convert to Democratism, do I get a lifetime pass to fantasy land?

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