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The Vent: Nov. 18

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Posted: Sunday, November 18, 2012 11:49 am

“To the venter who thinks Linda Turley-Hansen’s Sunday commentary was ‘such hate and vitriol’: What a pity you can’t recognize truth when you see it. She is factual and accurate in all she writes. Take off your ‘liberal glasses’ for once.”

“I’m glad Mitt came out of the closet and exposed Obama’s gift program. However, Mitt offered gifts to only 1 or 2 percent. You don’t need an etch a sketch to do the math on that one. I have to confess my gift will come after the first of the year when I hear Rush Limbaugh squeal when his taxes go up.”

“So John McCain thinks Susan Rice is not qualified to become secretary of state. This coming from the guy who supported Condoleezza Rice traveling the world warning of Iraq’s many hidden weapons of mass destruction? Worse yet, isn’t this the same guy who brought us the infamous gal who could see Alaska from her front porch, his dear running mate, Sarah Palin? John, it’s time to hang ’em up.”

“Why so much concern about Petraeus and his affair? Nothing will come of it. We got Bill Clinton, who did the same if not worse and us taxpayers get to pay his pension every month.”

“Doesn’t Mesa look all shiny and new again now that most of the ugly campaign signs have come down? Now if the city would just enforce its ordinances with respect to all the A-frame, banner and feather flag signs that businesses use illegally.”

“Pennsylvania’s high school hockey league just banned the playing of the National Anthem before games. The League said that spending the five minutes’ time to honor our flag was too costly. No wonder Obama won the Pennsylvania vote. Obama has no respect for the flag either.”

“I want to thank the Border Patrol for making it possible and safe for us to hunt on the Mexican border. Your dedication and hard work is very appreciated. The professionalism and the courtesy you extended to me and my buddies is appreciated.”

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