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Finally the Bengazi cover-up might be coming out in the mainstream media. It is a story they missed a year and a half ago that should be bringing the government to its knees. I hate to say this but this guy doesn't deserve to be president of the United States. We deserve better than this.
Freedom of speech has really gone down the tubes since this adminstration has taken over, and this is coming from everyone I talk to.
I would like to know when we are going to get the ethanol out of our fuel system, now that it has been proven that it does more harm than good. Get rid of corn-based fuels, it doesn't work it is a destroyer.
All of these Democrats running for governor are all the same. They want to raise the working man's taxes, simply to give it to the welfare people. Anyone who votes for one of them is voting for higher taxes and to keep those on welfare lazy.
Seems like our weather is getting worse since the environmentalists took over, or maybe it is all the ethanol in the air causing all this trouble. Oh but they don't want to get rid of it because it is their golden goose. If it was any good people would be willing to buy it, instead of being forced to buy it.
I think it is time that the Mifflin County School Board puts the brakes on all of these spending sprees. There are so many of us living in the area that live on a fixed income. They need to operate on a budget just like everyone else.
The school board has done it yet again, slamming the property owners with another tax increase. It isn't fair.
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