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December 9, 2012

Sound Off published Dec. 9

Tonawanda News — Hurrah for Israel, building those homes now, defying the vicious anti semitism of the United Nations, a bogus world charity that was only gathered together for the rag tag that wanted to dip their hands into Uncle Sam’s pockets. Hurrah again.


I would just like to thank the person who found my purse at Gander Mountain. Thank you so much for doing that and turning it in. Have a Merry Christmas and God bless.


Seeing in the paper today talking about the county freezing wages and stuff for the county employees, well the way we are so far in debt in this country, why doesn’t President Obama put a freeze on the senators and legislators and congressmen and all them other ones who want a raise, put a freeze on their pay raises and put a freeze on their pensions ans stuff. Maybe they should renegotiate what they receive in order to save the country some money. I don’t think it would hurt them anyways because they’ve all got money to blow.


Word to the wise. If your in an accident in North Tonawanda, make sure you get a police report.


Conservatives are still reeling over the loss of the election, however now that we have an abomination in office, we will continue to spin downward. Our only chance will be a 10 percent tax across the board, rich and poor. That’s the fix. Also quit spending and downsize government.


I just read the article in the Tonawanda Paper for Sunday about the winter walk and everything was about North Tonawanda ... I don’t think it’s fair.

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