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Thank you Mr. McFarland! I navigate this intersection at least twice a day and compare the experience to a game of Russian Roulette. With the City of Walla Walla on the verge of allowing 200-300 new houses to be built in this immediate area, something needs to be done about this intersection sooner rather than later.
Paco, as usual, you are confused. So tell us, how much do you receive for your "volunteer" time with our veterans?
Actually, you might be surprised how much the VA pays contact doctors. My assessment is far from ridiculous. Ask Paco how much he receives.
Open carry is a lot different from open menacing, the first may be legal, but the second is a crime.
"Even in my retirement I still volunteer for treating veterans all across the Country."
Paco, this statement implies that you are donating your time, but that is not true, is it?
What was your standard rate of compensation for your “volunteer time”? $1,000/day?
And what did you do for this veteran and his PTSD Paco?
Your argument about guns is pure BS. How about addressing the failure of the military in de-programming it's warriors.
You didn't answer my question.
I'm curious Paco, who is the "we" that you speak of?
What is permanent IC position? Please explain how this is relevant.
Are you volunteering to examine every arrestee as they come into the jail? I'm sure there is policy in place on how to deal with suspected injuries or substance overdose, so, what you've done here is just speculate on possiblities without any facts of the case.
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