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March 6, 2013

Sound Off published March 6

Tonawanda News — These companies that are advertising they are going to create jobs for veterans, why don’t they hire people looking for jobs now? What’s the problem? If they are just going to create jobs for vets, they are going to open themselves up to lawsuits from other people who want jobs. Everything is one-sided. 


Hallelujah! The horse came home. I hear he is in his stable at St. Peter’s Church with clean hay and lots to eat. I can’t wait to see him on the pole. I hear he is beautiful. Thanks to Big Joe N., the miracle maker.


Get out of here you people that say you need $20,000 to insure yourself because of Obama’s health insurance plan. What are you running for Republican office or something? Maybe you should stop listening to John Boehner, because he’s a first class idiot! If you haven’t got money you will get insurance and it won’t cost you a cent. You’ve got to be out of your mind to say something stupid like $20,000 to insure your family! You just don’t like the president. That’s alright. But don’t make up those lies. My God use your heads.


Your article about the government and all the federal cuts, and how it’s going to hurt teachers, and police and firemen and all that, well so what? They just go sign up for unemployment and the unemployment percentage is going to go up and show more true facts. It’s not really going to hurt them. Might lose a week’s pay for their waiting week. But they are still going to get paid. It’s not like they’re going to live on the streets in a garbage can. We don’t care. I hope they do have the problems and don’t get things settled.

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