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Posted on October 19 at 5:58 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Voter fraud? In Democrat stronghold Schenectady County? In a state that's a sure lock for any Dem presidential candidate? I'm not surprised that voter fraud isn't a big problem in this county - in this state. The Dems don't have to worry about losing here.

From: Local election commissioners say voter fraud unlikely

Posted on October 13 at 7:13 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Dennis. Were you "offended" by Juanita Broderrick's rape, Kathleen Willey's sexual assault, Paula Jones, allegations against Bill Clinton? How about Ted Kennedy and the time he killed a young House staffer named Mary Jo Kopechne? And JFK's numerous White House romps with many women? And what about Hillary's laughing that she was able to exonerate the rapist of a 12-year old girl? Any of this offend you?

From: Men, women should be offended by Trump

Posted on October 12 at 5:57 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Hillary is married to, and defender of, a rapist. Bill Clinton has never denied Juanita Brodderick's claims. Gary and Todd - I'd be curious to know if you've supported a rapist before: Bill Clinton? Were you a supporter of a man who killed a woman: Ted Kennedy? And the numerous affairs of JFK: Monroe, Alford, Exner, Turnure, Wear, Cowen, Von Post, The outrage over Trump's comments and resultant hypocrisy from the left is quite ridiculous.

From: Roundabout making 146 commute worse

Posted on October 12 at 5:48 a.m. (Suggest removal)

I will drive the 30-minutes to go to this fast food restaurant.

From: Capital Region's first Chick-Fil-A could be coming to Halfmoon

Posted on October 5 at 7:42 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Sorry Carol. Elections are popularity contests. Period. Or maybe in this years election, vote for the least reprehensible!

From: Select a president based on knowledge, experience

Posted on September 26 at 6:06 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Climate change (or what used to be called "Global Warming") is a ruse committed by authoritarian governments against its people. It's designed to restrict the freedoms of people and business and to attack capitalism. When you consider that the EPA funds only those projects that conform to the statist zeitgeist, that climate change is "settled science," you realize that the fix is in. For the sake of argument, let's assume everything these statists say is true, that man is causing the earth to warm, we could do more good & save more lives with the money spent on Global Warming "prevention" by making sure the 3rd world had clean, available drinking water.

From: Recommend the tour of Sept. 11 memorial

Posted on September 17 at 6:22 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Hillary Clinton left the White House with the accused rapist in 2001 "broke." Since then, she has amassed a $250-million dollar fortune by "devoting her life to service, not in her own interests, but for others." Hillary set up her own server (4-of them to be exact) in order to avoid her illegal behavior as Secretary of State shaking down world leaders using her corrupt Clinton Global Initiative (which gave only 10% to the intended beneficiaries). The Chinese, Russians, and North Koreans have all the data from those servers. She is totally compromised and should be prosecuted, as many others in the military have been (i.e. David Petraeus.) Hillary has threatened Bill's accusers, especially rape victim Juanita Broaddrick, in order to cover for her sexist husband's sickening and illegal behavior. She collapsed recently and is obviously suffering some sort of ailment (sorry, I don't buy the most recent explanation: pneumonia). She left 4-men to die in Benghazi. She sold cattle futures, making a whopping 530% (about $100,000) on her investment by "reading the pages of the Wall Street Journal." She's a "congenital liar" (William Safire). I'm not a huge fan of either candidate. But Hillary Clinton is extremely dangerous to the future of the United States of America and should be prosecuted.

From: Clean Energy Standard a win for environment of state

Posted on August 28 at 5:49 a.m. (Suggest removal)

GE, Westinghouse, Allis-Chalmers and other manufacturers were granted permission by the U.S. government to dump PCBs into streams and rivers years and years ago. Why is this information left out of this screed against GE? The attack against corporate America is in full swing. GE will never get an "ok" from ANYONE. This project will never satisfy the enviros. "Paradise" will never occur, and GE will spend the next few decades fending off criticism. To use your analogy, "Mom" will be walking around the room pointing to specks of dust as evidence that GE didn't clean their room. Good luck GE. Get the hell out of NYS.

From: DEC finally lends clout to PCB debate

Posted on August 23 at 7:10 a.m. (Suggest removal)

...Clarence Thomas, Colin Powell, Condaleeza Rice, Thomas Sowell,

From: Careless language encourages violence

Posted on August 23 at 7:06 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Hey Steven Williams. Why don't you include the fact that GE discharged PCB's with permission from NYS? This line from your article isn't fair: "They were discharged into the river from GE capacitor plants in Hudson Falls and Fort Edward between 1946 and 1977" without mentioning that salient bit of information. It's also important to expand upon the statement that PCB's are a "suspected" carcinogen, without mentioning that no study or facts support the claim that PCB's CAUSE cancer.

From: DEC says GE's PCB cleanup has been inadequate

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