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Paula DiCesare July 04, 2014 at 12:09 PM
Americans need to SHOUT OUT to our government that we want our boarders controlled, just as they do Read Morein ALL other countries. NO ONE has an open door policy, and for good reason. You have to know WHO is coming into your "home". I am all for immigration, but BY THE LAWS already in place. We have all been dumbed down to follow the leader in this country. To never question authority. To not DEMAND disclosure on things such as Benghazi, the IRS scandal, Immigration problems on boarders, Fast and Furious and much more. Why are these things being swept under the rug? Why are we being told to, "move on folks, there is nothing to see here"? YES! There IS something to see here. Apparently much more than we would even imagine. Please, wake up America.
H Shamir July 17, 2014 at 11:05 AM
First it is BORDERS, not "boarders". Second it is with total selfish US interest that we Read Moreneed to accept these brave kids and invest in them until ready to become American adults. Present American median age is becoming dangerously high (we're getting old). We need the influx of young to survive - for us it is a solution to an existential problem. Think long term, not short.
Paula DiCesare July 21, 2014 at 10:55 AM
Typo, Shamir, Typo. USA selfish? Really? Name another country that allows ILLEGALS to just crossRead Moreo ver without being jailed and sent home. Humm. Mexico? Think LONG term? Uneducated. Sick. One parent. Welfare. Long term in this case would be three generations. We don't even know WHO these people are. Some have been found to belong to the MS 13 gang. Some are saying they are 17 (children) when agents know better. Some carry TB, lice, scabies or worse. Before people are placed in our communities and school system we have the RIGHT to know WHO these people are and that they are healthy. What then do we say to those who are on the list to come into this country legally? Get to the back of the line? When my grandparents came here it was legally- and there was NO WELFARE. When soldiers came home from Vietnam they needed a full physical and if found to have any disease they were detained until well. They couldn't come back to the country they were fighting for unless they had a clean bill of health. Maybe if our country stopped giving so much aid to other countries that seem not to be helping their people with that money but building military and making its leaders rich we wouldn't need immigrants to "cover" our retiring population. OR maybe if OUR government didn't DIP INTO our social security money it would be there for us. Humm. Lets reflect on THAT. Heres a little video for you to watch. Reality.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnkSXosZhic&feature=em-share_video_user
Valerie Williamson June 21, 2014 at 10:20 AM
It would only take 3 million not even . May be that 0 after the 3 is a typo error that some couldRead Moretr y to get away with. The court house in my opinion is worth saving .To keep its integrity you would never have to spend 30 mil. Imagine the pocket lining. It would be like the Library that time they said cost for painting doors was 9000 or 10000 I don't remember exact. This is a situation once again that can insult the intelligence of the community. I also wish when the work is being done on this court house that local contactors Plumbers trying to do Honest work could have these contracts to keep things fair and help the local business . Also the people hired for the job of renovating the Court house should not be relatives of The selectmen or finance committee. I hate the word Nepotism.
Valerie Williamson June 21, 2014 at 10:25 AM
To Patrick Ryan Sorry for the late comment I just now read your post . I should try to keep upRead Morewit h these issues time to time
Paula DiCesare June 23, 2014 at 09:24 AM
How about getting estimates by contractors first?
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