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Posted on November 21 at 3:34 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Politician and right thing in the same sentence? Where have you been living? The law seems pretty clear on marking on ballots; I see by the news that the judge invalidated the two ballots, as should be.

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Posted on October 27 at 7:10 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Judith, yes, Obamacare is the law of the land, but only for some. Others seem to have been exempted. I wonder why that is.

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Posted on October 24 at 8:25 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Phils2008, I concur; a sad state of affairs. So smart, yet so complacent. Perhaps another bourbon will help?

From: The mayor’s race is too important to vote party lines

Posted on October 23 at 12:35 a.m. (Suggest removal)

EVERY political contest is too important to vote party lines.

From: The mayor’s race is too important to vote party lines

Posted on October 21 at 7:58 p.m. (Suggest removal)

I guess those new 'gun free zone' signs aren't working out too well?

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Posted on October 11 at 7:41 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Phils2008, as you say, the Democrats have shut down the govenment, in protest. Read a column by Thomas Sowell from 10/4/13 concisely stating the facts, if you get a chance. Boy, do I like that gol-danged Constitution of the United States! Also take a gander at a quote from Senator Obama in March 2006 re: the national debt. Illuminating, to say the least.

From: House Republicans in danger of destroying party and economy

Posted on September 2 at 8:41 p.m. (Suggest removal)

David, Phils,
I concur totally, as do so many of my older-aged friends. Unfortunately we have brain-dead voters who haven't a clue; oh, well, if the government says it's true, it must be! What's your bet that Hillary will amass a huge following despite the fact of Benghazi; "what difference does it make?" For God's sake, she's married to a guy who was IMPEACHED! Now he's the greatest thing since sliced bread! The media has spent so much time on this Trayvon thing, but no mention of similar cases with the roles reversed. BO congratulates a sports person for coming out of the closet, but says nothing about the former SEALS who gave their lives in defense of our freedom. What absolute hypocrisy! BO has done more to damage this country than anyone in my 60-some years. Stay the hell out of Syria; in fact, get us out of the Middle East, we will change nothing; cut off immigration; shut our borders; ship the extremists back to where they belong; Go, NYPD! It's high time we spent some of the billions of dollars that we give to countries that hate us on our own country's problems, education, infrastructure, unemployment, etc. We cannot solve the world's problems, nor should we police the rest of the world. We need to fix us! But this is only my opinion! Some will disagree, but I've gotten to the point where I don't give a sh.t what anyone thinks!

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Posted on August 7 at 9:04 p.m. (Suggest removal)

All of you people are correct; we certainly have more important things to worry about than perceived heritage insults. I'm a tad tired of being PC and not offending anyone. Perhaps we should focus a bit more more on our corrupt government, state and federal, and removing it, before it becomes totalitarian. And perhaps we might say a prayer for two year old Logan and his family, who have endured what most of us could never envision. Godspeed, Logan, and may God bless.

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Posted on August 1 at 10:43 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Edward is a traitor? Because he brought to light a practice that most of us might constitute as an invasion of our privacy? And yet nothing is said or done about those who repeatedly lie to Congress, like Holder, or who show indifference, like Clinton, with her comments about the Benghazi fiasco. And they do it because they can, and what do we do? Absolutely nothing. It's a sad state of affairs. This country is the greatest in the world, but we are being brought down by egotistical politicians who can pretty much do what they want, with no repercussions. Perhaps we can elect Biden, who lives in his own fantasy world, as the next president. I'm glad I'm old, so I don't have to endure this crap much longer.

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Posted on June 13 at 11:56 p.m. (Suggest removal)

pnotto, granted, a horrible way to die, so unexpected, while fighting for life from another disease, but there is so much in life we have no control over. Today I found out that a good friends wife, both of whom I have known forever, passed away, from a form of leukemia, AML; sixteen days from healthy and diagnosis, to death, including 7 days of 24hr/day chemo; no time to prepare yourself and family, no time to get your affairs in order, no time for anything but shock. She didn't even get to join her husband in retirement. I was saddened beyond words. I guess it's true that we should live our lives as if each day is our last.

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