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Actually this just in from the Untied States Postal Service " as good government employees we find it necessary to inform the public that if they are a registered Republican, Libertarian or an Independent, you must physically take your ballot to the boxes. However, if you are a Socialist, Progressive or other form of Democrat you may just place it in the mailbox as it will be next day shuttled to the ballot boxe(s) of your choice".
"Well, if you already have health insurance through an employer, or through a government program like Medicaid or Medicare, the answer is: nothing, really." Nice try there hipster but it's a swing and a miss. Peoples health insurance costs are going through the roof.
Only a total whack job would move into a town at the bottom of a canyon and then think the flooding is caused by man made global warming/ climate change or whatever the gaia religion is calling itself now. One great question for the climate genius here, what do you think made the canyon in the first place? Here is where the rubber meets the road. The last time the Waldo Canyon area was logged was well over 100 years ago. Then manitou hippies all decided that logging was bad and completely made it illegal in Colorado. Then a fire breaks out and vaporizes the ground because it is an unstoppable fire, because it hasn't been logged. Then the rains come, and the same manitou hippies that treated all logging companies as "evil" are now feeling the full brunt of their foolish ideas come to fruition. Have fun with that Manitou.
Algernon Moncrief is a PAID TROLL for the Teachers Union. He posts at the Gazette EVERY time this topic comes up. Truly pathetic, if you ask me. If the teachers union didn't hire trolls like this guy to go to comment sections and wasn't paying for a non-stop ad-blitzkrieg, they probably would need a billion dollar tax increase.
I read, with much mirth, about how many Indy hipsters believe that the tea party standing against raising the debt ceiling are against the middle class. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot! In what way does increasing the national debt and devaluing the currency help the poor or the middle class? Answer- it doesn't! It only helps the banksters that trade treasury bonds that are worth nothing. It devalues the currency by creating too much of it. Thus, the $20 you had in 2009 is actuaaly worth $10 now. Want proof? Here you go, when Obama took office the price of a barrel of oil was $105 and the price of gas was $1.85 a gallon. Today the cost of a barrel of oil is $107.25 but the cost of a gallon of gas is $3.40 a gallon. Of course an Indy hipster would say "it's the evil corporations, oil companies, blah blah blah" but that isn't the answer. The answer is inflation, your money is worth less than it was before. The Consumer Price Index was created by the Clinton administration, it doesn't count energy or food in it's calculation (amazingly enough, the stuff we buy the most of). So, as this whole pile gets ready to collapse, and you are holding worthless pieces of paper, remember, you were warned.
I find this all VERY hard to believe. Not that people believe in chemtrails, Alex Jones or whatnot, but that somebody concerned about a government conspiracy would call the Colorado Springs Independent. Number one, this is a weekly handout that I don't think anyone considers an actual news source, it's more of a counter news source to the Gazette. It's kind of like, Caller - "Stop the presses, I got a story that's gonna blow this town wide open!" Indy - "Yeah, how does next Thursday sound?". Television and Radio Newspeople always make fun of daily papers by saying "I cannot wait until tommorrow to find out what happened today", Indy - "How does next Thursday sound?" but I digress into the number two point of my disbelief. If somebody thought the government was doing something shady, why would they call the Colorado Springs Indy? That would be like calling Obama, himself, and telling him about the evil government. If you are looking for someone to question authority and speak truth to power, don't look to the Indy, unless it's a Republican in the crosshairs. So to sum up, it's a slow news day (week?) and gotta put something out there, right? How about a story where one of your team tries to sign up for Obamacare? From what I hear, it is really hard to do. How does next Thursday sound?
Is this the same FCC that still hasn't caught me transmitting 80w on my CB radio when the law says I am only supposed to be at 4 or less? They are doing a great job.
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