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Time to look at some change

December 22, 2013

To the editor: In case you missed it, our valley is losing one of the few manufacturing plants left in the region. Unfortunately, it, too, is headed for the scrap heap....

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Dec-23-13 3:07 PM

Take the political blinders off, Mr. Galownia. This administration will go down as the WORST in history. Do you know what the percentage of increase is for food stamp recipients under this administration?? How about this debacle called obamacare? Many families/individuals LOST their coverage when they were promised they could keep their plans. The list goes on and on!!! Oh, I remember-blame Bush, right?

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Dec-23-13 11:37 AM

It is not the government's job to create jobs. We saw the disaster that our president created with his "stimulus". Almost a trillion dollars taken out of the pockets of Americans, money given to his supporters in failed green jobs that went under. Wake up and see how badly the federal government is at creating jobs. The facts are there.

If you want jobs, the private sector can create them. Untie them from sensless, costly regulations. Regulations that has cost the area untold coal jobs and power plant jobs. Remove the future uncertainly that causes them to hold back on growth.

Tell your president to get out of the way of the Keystone pipeline, which will create tens of thousands of jobs.

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Dec-23-13 6:19 AM

Well said, Mr. Galownia. It is time for the people to see the obstuctionists for what they are and get them out! It is an absolute tragedy. Please, American People, think! Think of the future! Think of change! Think of progress!

BTW, I LOVE our Pope!

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