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Obama to spare 5M from deportation

Obama is obviously engaging in this outlandish illegal and unconstitutional act to bait conservatives and Republicans into taking some retaliatory action which his regime hopes to use to gain propaganda advantage. My recommendation is to not take the bait. Do nothing. Let him issue his executive order and let him issue the work permits.

In two years we have a new president, we rescind the executive order, we rescind the work permits, and we translate the list of rescinded work permits into a nice alphabetized list of ILLEGAL ALIENS (they will still be illegal) ready for deportation.

November 20, 2014 at 7:37 p.m. suggest removal

Hagan, Foley call for triple pay for Thanksgiving workers

My "plan" is to make them pay 300 time normal pay.......no wait.......let's make that 3000 times normal pay!!! Obviously my "plan" is 1000 times better than Hagan's "plan", so I must be 1000 times smarter than Hagan

November 20, 2014 at 10:55 a.m. suggest removal

Cosby cancels Letterman appearance next week amid allegations

Funny that this drivel about Bill Cosby is deemed newsworthy by the Vindicator……. yet I have not seen a single mention here of the revelations from the academic elite MIT professor and Obamacare insider Jonathan Gruber this past week.

Gruber is the guy who is telling us how the Obama Administration and Obamacare proponents deliberately lied to and misled the American people to get Obamacare approved; hiding the true intent and ramifications of the law, and depending on the “stupidity” and “lack of economic understanding” (their words not mine) of the average American voter, to get it passed.

http://www.cnn.com/2014/11/12/politic...

November 16, 2014 at 11:08 a.m. suggest removal

Cosby cancels Letterman appearance next week amid allegations

Bill Cosby refuses to toe the liberal party line. It is now his turn to be Borked like Clarence Thomas.

November 16, 2014 at 8:02 a.m. suggest removal

Covelli rally targets USPS cuts

The Unions want the dues and votes of their membership, and the political power that comes with these.

Mayor Melfi wants federal tax money for his city.

Sherrod Brown and little Timmy Ryan also want federal money spent here, and the power and votes that this would buy.

Did anyone with any credibility have anything to say on this subject???

November 15, 2014 at 5:29 p.m. suggest removal

Youngstown kids second poorest in nation

DontBanThisDrone - Sure.....We can print a never ending supply of money

Why don't we just print enough to give every man, woman, and child on Earth a million dollars.....or better yet, a billion dollars? Surely, that would solve everything.

November 9, 2014 at 9:16 p.m. suggest removal

Youngstown kids second poorest in nation

Attis - What would you have us do?

>......"They come from generational poverty, which means they were poor, their parents and grandparents probably lived the same kind of life that they are living"...........<

And yet they continue to make babies; the most irrational, irresponsible, and ignorant thing they could possibly do.

November 9, 2014 at 9:46 a.m. suggest removal

Cooler heads should prevail in response to Ebola crisis

Yes, perhaps the odds of contracting Ebola are small, but considering the disastrous results (a pretty horrible death) that are likely if this does occur, why should we knowingly take this risk WHEN WE DON’T HAVE TO??? The two goals of combatting the disease in West Africa and protecting the USA can be accomplished simultaneously; and there is no way to spin this that will convince me to overlook the common sense logic of instituting a commercial travel ban and a quarantine period for returning aid workers.

What SHOULD HAVE happened months ago:

Normal commercial travel for the general public to and from the affected regions of West Africa should have been suspended weeks (months) ago. Healthcare workers and other qualified and authorized people who are being dispatched to assist in the affected regions should have been informed in advance that they would be quarantined upon return. Special controlled military charter flights should have been established to handle all transportation; and standards should have been established as to (1) who can and who cannot be sent, and (2) the appropriate protective equipment and protocols protecting those that are sent.

Extensive arrangements should have been made to quarantine these authorized personnel in great comfort and style upon their return, with the best possible medical care and all reasonable amenities; including hazard pay and reimbursement of all expenses. As a taxpayer, I would be only too happy to have as much of my tax money as necessary spent in this manner; to take care of these appropriately authorized people who are acting bravely to protect our safety. Maybe the IRS or DOE could to cut back on their eggnog and hooker budget for their Christmas parties to help offset the cost.

This is actually pretty simple and straight forward. Why was (is) our government NOT intelligent enough to figure this out; so that the nation could have some confidence that this is under control.

November 1, 2014 at 9:40 a.m. suggest removal

Ohio health department toughens protocols for those returning from nations with Ebola

All rather meaningless considering the federal court ruling in Maine today. Our federal overlords have decreed that we have no right to make such laws to protect ourselves, and that individuals do not have to comply with laws enacted by the lowly peasants in the various states.

November 1, 2014 at 12:38 a.m. suggest removal

US disease expert argues against Ebola quarantines

What SHOULD HAVE happened:

Normal commercial travel for the general public should have been suspended weeks (months) ago.

Healthcare workers and other qualified and authorized people who are being dispatched to assist in the affected region in west Africa should have been informed in advance that they would be quarantined upon return.

Special controlled military charter flights should have been established to handle all transportation.

Extensive arrangements should have been made to quarantine these authorized personnel in great comfort and style upon their return, with the best possible medical care and all reasonable amenities; including hazard pay and reimbursement of all expenses. As a taxpayer, I would be only too happy to have as much of my tax money as necessary spent in this manner; to take care of these appropriately authorized people. Maybe the IRS or DOE would have to cut back on their eggnog and hooker budget for their Christmas parties to help offset the cost.

This is actually pretty simple and straight forward. Why was our government NOT intelligent enough to figure this out????

October 26, 2014 at 6:19 p.m. suggest removal

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