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Lost: Car keys with remote access gadget, military dog tag on ring, last seen at Stockdale school parking lot during parade staging, maybe lost on the parade route. Linda 512-718-8902.

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The San Antonio River Authority is looking for professionals to join our team. We offer a benefits package including health, vision, dental, life insurance, vacation, retirement, etc. Visit www.sara-tx.org/public_information/employment.php for more information.
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Winston Shaffer  
Floresville, TX  
February 22, 2012 12:53pm
 
Does anyone study history or just spout off? In 1995, the House of Representatives passed the balance budget amendment and came within one vote of passing the Senate. The Speaker of the House was Newt Gingrich. In 1996, the Republican Senators passed the line-item veto. They were again trying to control spending. Who fought the line item budget in court - Senate Democrats. The line item veto was found unconstitutional. Are you starting to see a pattern? Democrats don't like to have their spending cut or controlled. It is too hard to pay off your "friends" - See GM (tax payers lost $10B). See wasted stimulus bill that never worked. Never, ever vote for a Senate Democrat.
What political party wants to stop abortion? I have never seen that in any Republican platform. Having Federal dollars to pay for abortion is something that Americans can disagree with. Abortion is the law of land. Roe vs Wade will never be overturned. However, states can regulate how and when it is down. Partial birth abortion is horrible and unconscionable. So,how many years has been now since the Democratically controlled Senate has voted on a budget.

I have some ideas. Throw them all out. If we need a stimulus, then give every man, woman and child $2000. It would have been cheaper. People could have made mortgage payments. bought cars, invested in businesses. Nope, but nincompoop parties are more interested in the politically elite than the working man/woman. Stop allowing companies to big to fail. Make everyone have some skin in the game. If everyone paid taxes, they would be more concerned on how it is spent.
     
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