Eric Morris

Eric Morris 21 hours, 3 minutes ago on Our view: The road twice plowed

The government owns the roads, and government unions own the government. I wonder how much the inability to be flexible is driven (pun intended) by state work rules written by AFSCME lobbyists and dutifully inserted into state law by their pawn legislators.

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Eric Morris 1 day ago on Fixing health care requires repeal of Obamacare

How about repealing all federal laws dealing with health care (beyond D.C., federal lands, or the military) since they are all unconstitutional? You are constitutionalists that understand Wickard v. Fillburn and the use of the commerce clause is a joke, right?

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Eric Morris 1 day ago on Some fear potential tax overload as community groups eye 2017 ballot initiatives in Steamboat Springs

A city property tax will be a referendum on whether people want to hear me complain more. Vote against it so future city councilors don't get weekly emails from me in the future.

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Eric Morris 2 days, 3 hours ago on Thoughtful Parenting: Responses to neutralize arguments

Rob, you are rightfully wary of a paid government PR person. Is it in the realm of possibility that Scott did not negligently potentially harm his tenants but relied on government as is required to give him a clean bill of health?

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Eric Morris 5 days, 13 hours ago on Reuters: Intrawest, owner of Steamboat Ski Area, exploring a sale

Memo for Record

Fortress

RE: Janet Yellen

As long as she doesn't start shrinking the balance sheet earlier than she has been told to by us, we may be able to dump this on nouveau riche dumb money that thinks they are smart rather than just lucky the FED has flooded the economy with dollars. We may be TRUMPed yet, but you never know with that guy.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-01-13/story-feds-shrinking-balance-sheet-starts-pick-speed

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Eric Morris 5 days, 22 hours ago on Man must register as a sex offender

Rhys, "journalism" via press release. These people are merely the stenographers of the state making sure it looks good. Karzen and the system use the mouthpiece offered to pat themselves on the back.

If a now-mere mundane like Kristin Bantle presented facts and evidence to the paper showing that the prosecutor's office was the willing accomplice to the sheriff's office suborning perjury, do you think the paper would take the time to report it through their own independent investigation?

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Eric Morris 1 week, 2 days ago on Natalie Breitung: Helping our heroes

Rhys, nothing special. All you needed after basic was a pulse and a college degree--though certainly not a brain--to go to Army OCS during Iraq debacle. Marines were/are different, indicative that one Corps with amphibious capabilities would more than satisfy nation's defensive needs. The rest of us are fluff, or worse.

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Eric Morris 1 week, 2 days ago on Natalie Breitung: Helping our heroes

Calling every person who ever joined the military heroes does a disservice to those few in and out of uniform who have actually performed heroic, brave, or selfless acts. I was in the military and would never call myself a hero; the only thing out of the ordinary I was able to do was graduate basic training and OCS despite not being able to make a bed.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/2014/12/07/joining-military-doesn-make-you-hero/AtnLFFGkkVvxX2gKXKJE7L/amp.html?client=safari

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