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Voice of the People

Oct. 20, 2012 @ 12:23 AM

Know president by who his friends are

If there is any doubt as to who Barack Obama is ... "By your friends and associates we will know you."

Examine carefully the 32 czars appointed by Obama.

It will tell you exactly who he is and what he believes. They are socialists and Marxists. But by all means, do your own research.

Clint Eastwood was correct when he said, "Barack Obama is the greatest hoax perpetrated on the American people."

Don Mega


Gun shop could be a mayoral issue

The Powder Keg is a good name for Mr. Galligan's new business.

It is offensive to the neighborhood and children growing up there and the several churches in the area.

Mr. Galligan is a businessman to make money selling weapons at his Gun Shop, Gun Shop, Gun Shop.

He doesn't care about how more guns endanger our police officers as they protect us every day on our streets and highways and beer gardens and in home spousal disputes.

No exaggeration there, as the evening news so often proves. Since parking spaces in the area are few, perhaps St. Mary's Hospital and churches will share their spaces with you.

Shame on you, City Council, those of you who support Gun Shop, Gun Shop, Gun Shop.

Some of you must have children and grandchildren who can be killed with guns. How could you support this man? This is not Dodge City or Detroit, yet, and this is not a rezoning issue; but one of Guns, Guns, Guns, that can kill. Since Mayor Wolfe and Steve Williams both are running for mayor, it may have become an election issue since both candidates seemed to be straddling the fence, from The Herald-Dispatch of Monday, Sept. 24, to The Herald-Dispatch on Tuesday, Sept. 25. Read it. And then send Mr. Galligan packing across the Beautiful Ohio.

John Meadows




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