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The Vent: Oct. 11 || Safe neighborhoods?; Congressional stalemate; welfare

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Posted: Friday, October 11, 2013 2:41 pm

“Interesting how the President, who said he WILL NOT negotiate, is belittling the GOP for not negotiating!”

“The President promised us horror upon horror with sequestration and we didn’t get it. It will be the same story with the government shutdown.”

“Obamacare is a drop in the bucket compared to the upcoming debt ceiling issue. I wonder what magic they have up their sleeve for that one?”

“It is really sad. Once again, it has become unsafe to walk through our neighborhood in Mesa, because of the Hispanic gang activity. I call the Mesa Police for help, and the investigating officer comes out, and calls me a racist to my face. I do not care what color they are, I just want my wife and kids to be able to go in and out of the house safely. The threats against us — the taunts when my daughter walks out to the car — that is not anything we should have to put up with.”

“Double the salaries of McDonald’s and Wal-Mart hourly employees and they don’t have jobs so welfare programs skyrocket. England found that out when they started nationalizing businesses in the 70’s so they could increase employee benefits. Unemployment claims went through the roof. None of those traditional auto makers are no longer even English owned or even in existence.”

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