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dbellis, I'm with you on this, from what I've read over the past 6 months or so, people here are paying down debt (which is why consumer spending is not helping the economy the way we would like), and savings are actually increasing, particularly by the younger folks, surprise, surprise. We do need to get the American...more
Cupcakes, you missed the whole point here. The Sandy hurricane hit both DEM and GOP areas (NJ has a governor by the name of Christie, a Republican, right!). The area Sandy hit was one hell of a lot larger than the Moore Tornado, thus the damages greater. Switch to donuts.
..........or Sanford, the guy spending taxpayer money to cheat on his wife with a South American mistress, running in South Carolina....AND WINNING, so much for the Moral Majority!!!!
Bottom line, neither party is clean, so leave the scandals out of it Nice try at a deflection though away from the main issue of hy...more
farmer Dave, I agree about the ethanol situation, it is a waste, doesn't help prices at the pump, and increases food prices overall, but the farm Lobby has a lot of friends in congress, don't they.
I also want to reduce spending, but my complaint is that those who seem to scream the loudest about it (not you, but s...more
CD, sure thing, call your insurance agent, and that night, he/she will be right down there with food, water, shelter, power and medical treatment for you and your family, yeah, don't hold your breath.
Oh, and by the way, as of the 2010 census, OK took in $1.64 per capita for every $1 in tax paid per capita, I guess...more
eric, gives us examples of what the government is spending money on that is covered by private insurance right NOW. These people need, NOW, food, water, shelter, medical treatment. The town needs infrastructure repair or replacement; electric, water, gas, roads, etc. Please, give us examples and the numbers, we woul...more
ericmpaw, I respect your sentiment, but a Tax Foundation report from 2007 (can't find a later one) shows that OK received more Federal spending dollars than it paid in from 1986 through 2005. OK has been getting subsidized for at least 20 years. Still, the people in Moore need our country's support, and they should g...more