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The Vent: Oct. 25

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Posted: Tuesday, October 25, 2011 4:29 am

“Just once in my life can I work in a place where morale isn’t in the crapper? Is that too much to ask?”

“Not that Obama administration’s decision to fund the solar company Solyndra, which went bankrupt after being given half a billion taxpayer dollars, was received as a wake-up call. The Department of Energy has just approved a loan of more than $700 million for a company called SolarReserve in which House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s brother, Ronald Pelosi, has ties to. Part of possible mismanagement or abuse of power in the government’s funding of the solar industry.”

“Special kudos to the employees of Gilbert’s SAI Technology for donating a truckload of school supplies that were distributed to six campuses in the Gilbert Unified School District (Tech firm donates school supplies, Oct 19, 2011). The ‘Tools for Schools’ program is their program and is a shining example of America at its best. It sends a wonderful and powerful message, there is indeed hope for all of us.”

“I have a distinct impression the Mormon PR/Info campaign is starting to backfire on the church. As made evident by recent Vents and editorials, the TV time spots have opened the door to the populace to express their thoughts and feelings with out being ‘politically correct’ in regards to Mormon teachings. I don’t think folks are buying it.”

“I am a Methodist and proud of it! Enough of the Mormon commercials, why is it they are broadcast no where but Arizona? I have checked with family and friends who live in other states and they have never seen these commercials. Funny it is now that you would like everyone to believe that you accept everyone into your church when it certainly wasn’t like that in the past. Put up a billboard and be done with it.”

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