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Found: Great Pyrenees in La Vernia. Call or text to claim 830-581-8041.
If you are missing a pet in Floresville, be sure to check the Floresville holding facility. Animals are only kept for 3 days. Contact Las Lomas K-9 Rescue, 830-581-8041.
Lost: Chocolate Lab, 1 year old, Hwy. 775 and Eagle Creek area, Floresville. We are desperate to find her, please help. Call 210-215-9132.
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Freedom_First  
Over Taxed, MA  
January 3, 2010 4:05pm
 
"Why is it mandatory that a business owner install a wheel chair ramp for a disabled person?"

Because our lawmakers are freedom-violating thugs. Of course, it should not be mandatory. Private property rights have been destroyed just like most other basic rights. There are even some lawmakers who want to charge people to breathe, tax the air! Clearly, these clowns are out of control.

GUOCB -- I have a question for you. A while back, I saw a newspaper report about Al Gore's son. He was stopped by the police for driving ninety miles per hour in a thirty mph zone. He was tested for alcohol and drugs and found to be clean, a member of the substance-free master race, like yourself. That fact was used by Big Al's friends to paint the young Gore as a responsible young man who is not some low-life drinker-druggie.

I also read a story that the olympic swimmer, Michael Phelps, occasionally enjoys having a few beers and a few bong hits with his friends who also appear to be normal, well-adjusted, young people who probably do not commit any of the terrible crimes that you associate with alcohol and drugs.

Now, suppose that you had a nineteen year old son. Would you prefer your son to be "substance-free" but a bit of a reckless driver or a "user" who is otherwise a responsible person like Mr. Phelps and his friends, and millions of other young people, middle people, and old people?

PS. I will answer your concerns about "heroin, cocaine, lsd, X and crystal meth" when I get some time tomorrow morning. You are a tough, persistant, hard-core, freedom-violator and it takes time and effort to respond to all your concerns and attacks. Fortunately, I am just as hard-core as you. :)
     
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