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VideoLost our family cat off 216 county road 240 McCoy TX he was wearing a very worn light green collar. no tags or chip.msg or call if found 210-980-1199
Found: Small male black and tan dog, possible Min-pin, in Floresville on Hwy 181. Call 830-660-3181.
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WATER OPERATOR - The City of Elmendorf has an opening for a full-time water operator with a Texas Class “C” water license. $17.00 per hour. Field work required. Must be familiar with state water laws and reporting. Tractor and/or backhoe experience desirable and two years related experience preferred. Apply online at tml.org or contact Roxanne DeLeon at 210-635-8210 for more information. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
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Kurt Mullen  
Florsesville, TX  
July 23, 2011 3:46pm
 
The periodic raising of the debt ceiling is a logical indicator of growth. However the frequency and amount of these increases is not in proportion to U.S. growth. Particularly when our ability to manufacture and export is being hampered by excess regulation.

Let’s get real Mr. Cuellar. It’s time for our U.S. government to operate WITHIN its Constitutional boundaries. Shut down programs and departments for which the federal government DID NOT have the authority to implement and DOES not have the authority to impose upon the citizens of this United States of America. The U. S. Constitution IS NOT a living breathing document. It is the foundation on which our fine country was established. Failure to adhere to the restrictions placed on the federal government and the displayed total disregard for the separation of powers is causing our foundation to CRACK.

How about if you make a personal, public pledge to that “in all decisions regarding your position as a United States Congressman you will adhere to the doctrines and intent of the founding fathers and the Constitution of the United States of America”.

Raise the debt limit if you must, but DO NOT burden the citizens of this country with more UNCONTSITITIONAL taxes to pay for UNCONSTITUTIONAL programs. It’s time for the states to resume their place of power , authority and autonomy. If the state of Texas wants some of these programs, let it be decided and paid for HERE.
     
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