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That's a hell of an explanation.
Sadly, these guys are the only game in town unless I want 1.5 meg service through CenturyLink.
How do we go about making an official comment about this?
"the proposed cuts to the transit system would conclude
summer bus service at 7 p.m. instead of midnight, and also eliminate about 14 stops
End summer service at 7 pm? What are these guys and gals smoking? That's long before sunset. Maybe end it at 10, or Spread it out, but to end it at 7 is absurd.
Ah, so you mean no one who takes advantage of government subsidies, whether they be a CEO of a multinational or a mom on food stamps or an entrepreneur, should be able to vote?
That would be interesting indeed.
Calling the ACA Obamacare, and seeking to bash it in council, is about as partisan as it gets, but that in itself isn't a reason to question his job performance.
However, I don't know if he should be congratulated for helping to ensure that Steamboat loses quality employees to other resort towns. It's a constant bleed that will only get worse until these people are paid a wage commensurate with their experience. Even a small raise and a timeline for future, larger raises would go a long way toward keeping the many talented city workers here in town.
My invite must have gotten lost in the mail.
Unlike 2000 and 2004, Obama won fair and square in 2008. And what do republican leaders say afterward? "Our only priority is making sure Obama is a one-term president." Not "let's work with him to get the economy going again," not even "let's do our best to limit his options." I can imagine how pissed they are that the unemployment rate is falling. If unemployment skyrocketed to 15+%, they'd be thrilled. "Well, at least he'll be a one-term president."
And this paranoia that "if we don't beat Obama, the country will be consigned to oblivion," is absolutely hillarious. If Romney had been president for the last four years, I bet things would have gone almost exactly the same. They're all corporate whores.
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