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This type of nonsense is exactly why it was reported previously that democrat primary voters are leaving the party as it proposes absurd concepts that are extremely hostile to businesses and in this case workers. The citizens want no price setting by government entities whether it be in the commodities, services or labor markets.
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As we have seen this party's leaders have done many things to upset democrat primary voters including this one and appear to continue to ignore the voters by backing the scumbag crist for nomination, a man who democrat primary voters never voted for in the past. Perhaps these massive losses in primary voters will cause the party leaders to stop ignoring those who are disgusted with the party's positions that would have the business and family friendly nature of the state that the citizens want to preserve. But we have seen this hometown paper continue some offensive behavior even though it has lead to massive subscriber losses so this democrat primary voter will not hold his breath.
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The citizens are disgusted that this about to be indicted horrible man continues to hold this position rather than resign so that someone representing the citizens interests rather than someone using their office to fight their own criminal charges can hold the office. They do not want to here any more comments from this horrible man other than his resignation speech as a result of admitted campaign law violations.
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The citizens saw this attempt to confiscate their money for this uneconomic train coming and greatly opposed this foolish idea from the beginning The citizens realized that it was quite unwise to build a train with its massive costs when one could fly for cheaper and faster and almost drive in the same time yet with this train one would still need to rent a care when they got to the other end. The citizens always welcome private investors to take chances with their own money on various business endeavors but they have no interest in having their own money confiscated for the benefit of others' investments.
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The citizens are grateful for these upstanding political leaders who have kept our family friendly state safe from this horrible scourge of casino gambling and the crime, drugs and prostitution it brings with it. They have seen the disaster that gambling towns such as Atlantic City have become and want no part of that in their state.
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The readers do not need to know financial information of others in the community as that is private information and none of their business. This is a horrible practice by this hometown paper and is something only useful to political enemies.
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This incredibly unwise woman who cannot even pick a last name needs to learn that libraries are a thing of the past and the taxpayers do not need to have more of their money confiscated to support obsolete enterprises. If there are to be libraries they should be funded privately as they were to begin with thanks to the great industrialist Andrew Carnegie.
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The citizens are incredibly grateful for this scott whose exemplary fiscal stewardship has allowed him to overturn this confiscation enacted by the scumbag crist who left this state in such dire financial straits.
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The citizens do not care for these public fights either way but they do not consider the head of this remedial institution to be a "respected" leader. This institution teaches skills that should have been learned by the students long ago and is a waste of money for them who should already been working rather than piling up debt that will haunt them for decades.
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The readers are greatly disappointed that this hometown newspaper continues to support a law that is the most hated of all time by the citizens as one tremendously damaging to their ability to contract with companies to insure against future medical expenses freely as they had been able to do in the past. This hometown paper has lost many subscribers over the years as it has shown tremendous favor of one political party and has cross that line even further by supporting a most horrible law hated by all Floridians only because the paper wants to support its preferred party.
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The citizens greatly approve of this decision as they cannot have someone known to be involved with the dangerous illegal drugs we want to be kept away from our innocent children honored in a place where these children play. The citizens have shown that they are aware of the dangers of these illegal drugs and the damage they can do to the young and many others in society which is why they wisely made them illegal many years ago and stand by that decision to this day.
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The citizens have spoken many times on this issue and have stated emphatically that they want no more government confiscation of their money for the purpose of building sports stadiums where private owners get all of the benefits from the building while taxpayers are stuck with losses. The citizens welcome this as well as every other business who wishes to participate in commerce in our state but they want this business to buy its property plant and equipment with its own money just as every other business and there is no reason for further government involvement in this case as they do not get involved with the planning decisions of every other business. With that said the citizens would recommend another country for this soccer investment as this country has no interest in that primitive game. The people of this country were long ago bored with such a dull game and created more advanced sports such as football to take its place.
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The citizens greatly applaud these efforts to prevent more of their money from being confiscated. Those attending this remedial "college" are better served to enter the workforce than to take classes that should have been taken in high school and call them college classes while paying large amounts of money for tuition for this remedial education that one should have received in high school.
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Thanks to the wise repubtallygirl for most useful statistics about this massive program most citizens are unaware of the extent to which is requiring massive confiscations of taxpayer money to support. The citizens have set up charities for those truly in need but they do not consider those that spend massive amounts of money on extravagant meals, luxury autos and homes or even worse illegal drug use to be in need. The citizens want to wind down these out of control programs and a return to where caring charities served these functions rather than heartless government bureaucrats.
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As the readers have stated many times previously they do not consider opinion surveys to be news items and worthy of printing in their hometown paper. This hometown paper has suffered massive declines in subscribership because article writers do not deliver content of value to the readers and many times as in this case article writers simply reprint press releases. The readers recommend terminating many of these lazy article writers and finding some that will present news to them.
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The citizens are greatly upset by this development as they want an end to this practice of never ending payments to people who are no longer working for them which is a practice that has bankrupted several municipal governments and will do so to many more to come.
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The citizens have spoken many times on this issue and have stated emphatically that they want no more government confiscation of their money for the purpose of building sports stadiums where private owners get all of the benefits from the building while taxpayers are stuck with losses. The citizens welcome this as well as every other business who wishes to participate in commerce in our state but they want this business to buy its property plant and equipment with its own money just as every other business and there is no reason for further government involvement in this case as they do not get involved with the planning decisions of every other business. With that said the citizens would recommend another country for this soccer investment as this country has no interest in that primitive game. The people of this country were long ago bored with such a dull game and created more advanced sports such as football to take its place.
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The citizens are happy to see the emphasis on charities as we can now get rid of all of these government entities that have entered areas that the people want to be served by charities. These government entities have wasted hundreds of billions of taxpayer confiscated money over the years that did no good for anyone.
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The citizens who have great care over the young future of our country have seen what a disaster government involvement in these efforts has caused and want to see these efforts moved back to the charity and church oversight where these children will be cared for better than by heartless government bureaucrats.
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There is no need for these students to skip classes they paid for just to loiter in tallahasse and leave behind messes. Simply reducing the pay of overpaid college teachers who work an improperly low amount of hours each week and removing massive layers of administrative waste can lower college costs. Students also should not be burdened with the costs of teachers that teach non-value added subjects such as anything ending in the word studies.
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The citizens have already expressed that they want no casino gambling in their family friendly state.
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As we have seen the wise Kevin Wright is well aware of the unethical and illegal deals the scumbag crist makes to secure financial resources and this appears to be another that we will have to wait for the details to come out of what horribly unethical promise this terrible man has made to this dirty straz person.
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Once again the readers do not get any value from articles about trivial occurrences and warn article writers if this practice continues they will fail to stop the continued decline in subscribers that has been seen in recent decades since the decline of journalistic standards began.
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This article writer could not have provided a less important article if they reported that the sun came up today. Articles about changes of individual clerical workers in government entities are an insult to the readership of this once great hometown paper as the readers know that these positions change every day at some state entity and they want no more articles on similar subjects in the future.
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The citizens have no interest in mundane clerical matters such as this, yet they are outraged that some judge would interfere in these matters.
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