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Hadleyburg_Press 6 years, 3 months ago on Conservative commentary: Sovereignty - bye bye?

I don't care who wins the presidency as long as I get a damn figurehead to blame all of my and the world's ills upon...

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Hadleyburg_Press 6 years, 3 months ago on Three ACET suspects plead guilty

So if you are an illegal alien that commits a felony in this country we just send you home postage paid with a threat of imprisonent if you return? Why not incarcerate them for the year and then return them with the threat that they will be further jailed if they return? I know that we would incur the cost to do this, but there would have to be some kind of deterent value to this wouldn't there?
Please don't accuse me of being a racist for asking this, as I have the utmost respect for the Hispanic people.

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Hadleyburg_Press 6 years, 4 months ago on Oak Creek sergeant back on duty

Matt, You are right that I was speculating that drugs may have been involved. I based that on the paper's statement that one of the folks was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia. For it to be considered this doesn't the implement have to have some kind of drug residue on it? Regardless, these three folks are presumed innocent until proven guilty and I hope that the truth of what happened that night sees the light of day in a court of law without bias on either side. It very well may be that both parties are culpable.

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Hadleyburg_Press 6 years, 4 months ago on Oak Creek sergeant back on duty

Is it possible that they fled / evaded arrest to be able to ditch whatever they were using the drug paraphernalia for?

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Hadleyburg_Press 6 years, 4 months ago on Eldridge felt he had to resign

stoned-Wall -ing (stndW-ling) KEY

VERB: stoned-Walled , stoned-Wall-ing , stoned-Walls VERB: intr.

Informal 1) To engage in delaying tactics while inebriated; stall while drunk: "he was stoned-Walling for time in order to get a ride home without arrest." 2)To refuse to answer or cooperate while under the influence of alcohol.

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Hadleyburg_Press 6 years, 4 months ago on Robert Miner: Get rid of agenda

Do you mean the businesses that will be serving those new developments, such as property management companies et al, that will be adding to the workforce population? If so, shouldn't they be the ones who pay the premium by adjusting their wages upwards to be able to provide these services?

Okay Steve, I'm done. And again thanks for the conversation. It is appreciated and I too wish you a good weekend.

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Hadleyburg_Press 6 years, 4 months ago on Robert Miner: Get rid of agenda

Lewi, Lastly, and I thank you for the dialogue, how are developers introducing a new permanent workforce? You obviously do not mean the construction workers, so who do you mean? If these are vacation homes, second homes, investments, or even locals uprading, how does that contribute to the workforce population density. Let's for a minute assume that you are correct, I still don't see your point. If there is a burden on infrastructure being established by new residents then aren't they going to mitigate that by paying taxes?

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