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And this grand debate will accomplish what? Liberals are liberals, conseratives are conseratives. Jerry Carlton USAF Veteran, Vietnam era, Retired Jack of all Trades, Master of None
10 seconds? Better start turning your car off every time you stop at a traffic light. That should help traffic flow.
Natural gas is in trouble. Get going on cultivating MMJ. That is where the growth is. Especially since dogs are getting high now and the dog population of Routt County outnumbers people, cows and Sage Grouse combined.
Rhys The Nuggets seem to have found themselves. What little I have seen of them, they still look like George's run and gun bunch. The road to the Superbowl leads thru Denver, unless they stumble to any of the last four teams who all have losing records!
City and County should start a MMJ grow operation and they could eliminate all taxation in the County. Oh, thats right, government entities never lower taxes!
Oh no, I agree with Oz again.
Shows you what a great punishment probation is.
I worked in the private sector 51 years and never had a guaranteed pay raise from any one. I never had the ability to approve my own pay raise. I did not vote for this in 2001. Oh, I lived in the county in 2001 so I could not vote no. I wish that I could approve my own Social Security raise for 2014. This definitely proves that 51% of voters in Steamboat had poor judgement. Tell me how much is health insurance worth? $1000 per month 2,000 per month? Is it fully paid? They should definitely be working 40 hours per week for $3000 per month in Steamboat.
Mark I agree voting for Obama the first time was a mistake but I thought he was a lesser evil than his opponent. That is the problem, elections are almost always a choice between the lesser of two evils, At least I learned from my mistake. There are still 50 plus per cent that voted for him twice.
Taxpayers, bend over, grab your ankles and get ready to vote for another tax increase.
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