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October 18, 2013

Sound Off published Oct. 18


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I really am disappointed in our government, that they would shut the memorials down for their veterans. They gave their lives for this country and you’re treating them like a piece of dirt? How dare you. Wake up, government.


This is for Eric or anybody interested. I’m watching the idiot box and they’re showing one block in New York City where 57 billionaires live. Multi-million dollar houses. Why can’t they pay their fair share of taxes?


I think we should be able to smoke in our state parks. After all, don’t we give tax to the parks? Even if they said they no, I’d do it anyway. What are they going to do, put everybody in jail?


I live in the City of Tonawanda and I want to say our Fourth Ward candidate, Jenna Koch, was at my door last night. I found her to be a tremendously positive and energetic candidate who truly loves our city. I wish her the best of luck.

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