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October 21, 2012

Sound Off published Oct. 21

Tonawanda News — Reading Sound Off about Cheney and what goes on. He’s not the only politician that makes money off wars. Think about it. It’s a fact of life.

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Any individual or family who has dealt with breast cancer or MS should take a look at voting for Ann Romney’s husband. She would make sure time and money would be funneled into the eradication of these two diseases. She’s a survivor of them. Take a good look at the candidates and the issues they care most about.

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I drove past the Summit Park Mall and it’s a disgrace to see a mall that used to be thriving just sitting there when they could turn it into a haunted mansion. Every different store you could do something different for Halloween. At Christmas you could put decorations in every store. If you’re not going to do anything with it shut it down. Turn it into something useful.

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I’d like to know how pretty much everyday, a Democrat spouts ridiculous lying facts about Mitt Romney. We all know it’s the same person. Please, get a life.

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Concerning Little League Drive: The paper says nine of 10 people at the meeting favor not having housing. They’re from Taylor Drive, Adam Street. This little piece of land has nothing to do with Veterans Park. This is an old Little League park with some woods. I drive through this area everyday. Who are we saving this land for? Occasionally you see a group of kids walking back there to smoke a joint. But do you really want to keep paying higher taxes? It’ll be 54 homes, $150,000 or $200,000 with nice people who can afford it, not slumlords. 

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