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Posted on December 2 at 5:34 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Diane
While I have been associated with ugly before, I am not a hate full person. It is simply sad to see people so easily giving up their opportunities and rights. I also work for a small business that does not legally need to provide me with healthcare, but has proudly done so since 1992. With the latest round of premium increases, I am very close to losing that benefit. Also remember that the employer mandate has not kicked into high gear yet. Only then will we see the results.

Robert Todt


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Posted on November 17 at 10:15 p.m. (Suggest removal)

David Buckbee, Let me understand this, for 1,678 years This date has been observed. America a country founded on christianity has always celebrated Christmas on December 25th, But now Muslims who chose to come here, because their own countries were overly oppressive, feel we need to change our traditions. Why don't we all just leave this country so we don't risk offending anybody at all. If you want to be an American, then respect the founding principles of our country.


From: For safe holiday, stay sober while driving


Posted on June 12 at 7:51 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Mr. Guido
I'm sure you will open to limiting the gas in your car to 3 gallons maximum, file a driving plan and undergo a background check to buy fuel, and have a limiter put on retricting speed to 55. That way you can't drive out of control for too long. You should also lock the car in one garage and the keys in a separated locked container away from the garage. I know you won't mind these common sense measures to limit deaths from automobiles.
Bob


From: City should find a better way to develop Alco site


Posted on May 24 at 6:48 a.m. (Suggest removal)

I see Mr.Corbin is towing the liberal line. I am right, you are wrong period. No reference to why Ms. Ridenour is wrong, or why not one climate change model that refers to people being the main cause has ever come close to predicting actual outcomes. The climate is changing, just as it has from the beginning of its existence, long before man ever walked the earth. There are many more powerful contributors to the climate than us.

Bob


From: Climate change opponents have no credibility


Posted on April 25 at 7:27 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Cuomo turned down the invite because he knew he had nothing to stand on. Cuomo ignores existing established businesses, and allows them to move out leaving the New Yorkers to pay the bill. Gives totally free taxes to outside companies, Leaving New Yorkers to pay the bill. Passes the (UN)Safe act in the middle of the night, punishing the legal, law abiding people of New York.
He definitely does not stand up for us.

Bob Todt


From: Bring it on, Gov. Perry


Posted on November 1 at 7:35 a.m. (Suggest removal)

well said, wmarincic.

As long as Obama is trying to bankrupt other industries with over regulation, he might as well target the insurance companies as well.


From: However flawed, Obamacare still beats status quo


Posted on October 31 at 7:32 a.m. (Suggest removal)

First off, If I tell you don't hit your hand with a hammer, and you choose to do so. I didn't WANT you to get hurt, I warned you about it.

ObamaCare is a simple plan to move to single payer health care. Obama is going to lie again in the near future, look I tried to work with the insurance companies and they didn't want to help. So now that it's a total and complete mess, big brother is going to provide for you. After all he does know better, and it will give people more time to update all their pseudo friends in cyberspace.


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Posted on October 25 at 12:23 p.m. (Suggest removal)

We could start by teaching and expecting people to be responsible to themselves, their families and their community.


From: Gibson, Republicans need to give up the fight over Obamacare


Posted on October 25 at 7:43 a.m. (Suggest removal)

I fear that we have become too concerned about being politically correct and being part of the in crowd. While the facts show that are economy is collapsing and our government is failing us and future generations miserably. Obama and his storm troopers tell us how they are only concerned about us and want us to be happy. Sure they aren't perfect, but they are trying. The fact that they keep passing laws with out reading or understanding them is only proof that they are working so hard for us, that they don't have time. Democrats keep stating that the majority of Americans love them, and so should we. Why don't we want to be part of the in crowd, maybe that is the problem. It is called the AFFORDABLE Care act, how could it be anything else?


From: Gibson, Republicans need to give up the fight over Obamacare


Posted on October 25 at 7:31 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Lets see, signing up 1,000 per day? 300,000 lost their insurance in one day in Florida. Obama Care can only get worse, more unemployed, underemployed, uninsured and people taxed and fined to the point of no return.


From: Obamacare’s launch far from a total fiasco


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