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I see where they said that 6 million people had signed up for Obamacare. What happened to the other 24-25 million that they passed Obamacare to begin with? And what about the 6 million that lost their insurance? So, I think they're breaking even right about now. ... They had a man on TV today that was a Democrat that said they signed up 13 million people. I don't know where he got his numbers from but run, Democrats, run.
Obamacare reached 7 million enrollees. April Fool's! If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. April Fool's!
Is there anywhere in Lewistown that accepts clothing donations for the Juniata Terrace fire victims that allows them to go there directly to select any clothing they need? I want to help by donating, but don't want to go through ... a middle man. ... I want to provide clothing directly to those who need it.
Editor's note: Clothing donations for victims of the Juniata Terrace fire can be taken to Junction Fire Co. at 6395 state Route 103 North, Building 43, Lewistown; and Brooklyn Hose Co. at 218 S. Main St. in Lewistown. A number of local businesses are also accepting donations.
There's a person that said that pit bulls should be registered. All dogs should be registered. Instead of being prejudiced, I think you should think.
What do you think about a young couple that likes to harass senior citizens all the time? I think senior citizens do enough today without being harassed.
I'm not a big Clinton fan, although Bill balanced the budget, but do you want another Bush in there? Even his own mother doesn't want him to run for president.
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