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January 27 - When half of the people get the idea that they do not have to work because the other
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When half of the people get the idea ... that they do not have to work because the other half is going to take care of them. ... And when the other half gets the idea that it does no good to work because somebody else is going to get what they work for, that is the beginning of the end of any nation. ... Look out, USA, under this leadership.

... Democrat columnist Gene Lyons must live in a fantasy world. ... In his January the 20th column, Gene says that Obama does not go around apologizing for America. ... He not only apologizes for American's so-called mistakes ... he also bows to other leaders or maybe he is just tying his shoes. ... Gene also says the main-stream news media does not protect Obama. ... My question is, 'Why hasn't the news media vetted Obama ... like they vetted Joe, the Plumber. Thank you.

Your editorial from the Albany ... Herald stating that mergers are unpopular ... but necessary is wrong. The mergers are very popular with those of us that are taxpayers ... and I applaud the board of regents for doing it. ... They just didn't carry it far enough. There's probably five or six more that could be ... combined. Please combine ... more. ... Do not yield to the pressure ... of the academic administrators. Thank you.

Got a kick outta the two guys in the drunken brawl ... when it says one man armed himself with a multi-tool Leatherman® tool ... and Hunter armed himself with a wooden log and then... Why would they arm themself when it goes on to say the stabbing was not intentional. You don't put a weapon in your hand and then ... unintentionally stab somebody. I ... I think the whole article must be just a joke. Ha-ha! Funny. Bye.

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