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The Vent: Aug. 13 -- A-Rod suspended; gas prices; Yarnell fire

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Posted: Tuesday, August 13, 2013 8:16 am

“I guess it is probably OK for (Alex Rodriguez) to appeal his well-deserved suspension. However, I believe that, should he lose his appeal (meaning he ends up with any suspension at all, even if only one game), the Yankees should forfeit all games he participates in after August 4, 2013. So if they win the World Series, they have to give it back.”

“I agree with the Governor that the President came here to try and cash in on Arizona’s success. Someone should corner the President about gasoline prices. When Obama took office the price of gas was $1.87 and now its $3.59. It’s been over $3.00 a gallon the whole time that the President has been in office. Or we could ask him about the pipeline from Canada, or about the jobs he was going to create building new roads and bridges. He DOES NOT keep any of his promises.”

“I may not have all the facts straight, but what I’m seeing via the media, complaints of the Yarnell Hill fire survivors to the City of Prescott are not justified. The City knows what the firefighters’ employment status was at their time of death. Now some slick lawyers have probably taken on the families to squeeze what they can out of the City. That said, the survivors, no matter what Prescott can provide, are going to be very well off with the millions of dollars donated by citizens and foreigners from far and wide. They’ll be able to afford a very comfortable lifestyle, to include ObamaCare. Unless of course the funds disappeared as did the funds donated to the Red Cross after Sept. 11.”

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