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November 13, 2013

Sound Off published Nov. 13

Tonawanda News — To the person complaining about Obamacare and not voting for it. You did vote for it if you voted for a Democrat. Call up Congressman Higgins and complain to him. He backed it 100 percent. Ask him if he plans to run again and the answer will be yes. People will still vote for him. I’m glad to see that Obamacare is also sticking it to the people that voted for this President. You deserved it.


To the caller who voices the dissatisfaction for the reregistration for seniors. I don’t think that you should be surprised how difficult it is to find what you need. I think that is planned. I think that Obama and Sebelius are very interested in deleting as many seniors as possible so that they can access their mistakes and redistribute to their friends. I think this is disgusting. 


I was reading in the paper, I guess Europe isn’t buying the apples and pears like they used to from the United States. It’s kind of a no brainer. They’re getting their pears and apples from China for half the price. Can’t really blame them. If you go into a grocery store, two grocery stores and one is selling them for half the price, who are you going to buy them from?


It is the irresponsible cat owners who allow their pets to go outside. Forget about doing what comes naturally to them. But allowing their pets to come out and urinate and defecate and mess up flowers in other people’s yards is what makes the cat owners irresponsible. Cats should not be allowed to run over people’s property and use it as a toilet. You better hope your cat doesn’t come into my yard. It may not like what happens to it.

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