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April 9, 2013

Sound Off published April 9

Tonawanda News — Here we go again. A couple weeks ago St. Matthew advertised an activity which would serve beer. Last week’s paper has an ad for a ham raffle and free beer. All we hear about is guns, guns, guns. What about these organizations serving free beer, which helps to make drunk drivers. Just above the ad is a picture of a car going through the front door of a credit union as though they were parking in their garage. Beer ruined the Canal Fest, even though they had to pay for it. Let’s at least stop the free beer ads and keep a tighter check on seeing that underaged drivers are not allowed to buy beer or given free beer. 


The amazing thing about the illegal aliens is they come to this country illegally and now they want to make them citizens. And they’re telling us what they want. I can’t believe we can’t vote on this. 


If Bob Confer had his way, with everything imposing on one’s freedom, all the animals on the planet would be extinct and the Earth would be a polluted, barren wasteland.


The talk about gun violence in this country is getting a little ridiculous. Bloomberg in New York is telling people where to put cigarettes, what size soda you can drink, how much salt to use. Now they’re telling us what guns we can own. There’s the First Amendment, freedom of choice.


You keep crying about how broke our country is and how we have to borrow 49 cents of every dollar from China but Obama gets into office and gets his kids a dog for a pet. He’s not a very responsible parent. Now you have to spend all kinds of money for someone to walk the dog and feed the dog. Now we’re probably paying somebody $100,000 to walk the dog. He talks about spending and all he does is spend, spend, spend.

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