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The Vent: Jan. 27

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Posted: Sunday, January 27, 2013 9:37 am

“Seriously, some people need to get a life. The main news stories on national television have been about Te’o’s girlfriend saga and whether or not Beyonce lip synced at the inauguration. Please find something more news worthy to report about!”

“So I learned that Ben Arredondo isn’t going to get any jail time. Who says crime doesn’t pay? Now he gets his pension and the joke is on us!”

“There is a lot of good in the world today, but there is also a lot of evil. Children learn what they live and are particularly vulnerable. Parents, love your children, know where they are and what they are doing, be a good example. Teach them to be honest, respectful, kind, and caring. Give them rules to live by. Teach them to treat others the way they would like to be treated. The home is where morals are taught. Children need real heroes to look up today. Let you be their hero.”

“What ‘a fine kettle of fish’; the conductor is a fraud, the singer and the band were fakes. What a Country!”

“In Linda Turley Hansen’s guest commentary (Jan. 20, 2013) she mentions a small fact, and I quote: The U.S. Center for Disease Control reported for every gun related death, there are TEN alcohol related deaths. Yeah right, lets ‘get the guns.’ Very narrow-minded in my view.”

“Those who died at Benghazi were volunteers and were sentenced to death by spending cuts and filibusters. The same people sentenced the children at Sandy Hook Elementary to death by turning their backs to the writing on the wall. Atrocities in our own front yard mean nothing to this warped breed of public servant otherwise there would be a congressional hearing on Sandy Hook. Their whole world revolves around where the buck starts and they have the gall to put blame where the buck stops.”

“How sad, we come to having to put guards at our schools. I think it is time we start making people who are out of work and living a 100 percent on our tax dollars. Do the policing of our schools. Cleaning our parks and other city, county or state jobs not being done any more do to lay offs, because of the economy. Please do not scream not fair a self supporting working person should be happier than a non. So we are all benefitting. We tax payers can not afford to add more police or guards.”

“If every citizen were armed, as they are in Switzerland, I’d be more secure. I wouldn’t even need a gun because everyone around me would provide protection. As it is, though, I might be the only one in my immediate area who owns a firearm, thus I am the first responder by default. Consequently, I keep a notice in my front window: Dear Invader, neither neighbor on either side owns guns, so try them first.”

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