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I believe George may be speaking towards Robert Arnold Johnson, the person who wrote the letter. You should re read the letter. There are many voters out there who did not have the opportunity to pursue higher education, but are very well informed in making choices when it comes to voting.
I have been an undecided voter and I just have to say, thank you for helping me decide not to vote for Turner.
Well said , PearlY!
So are you saying that the family members of these 6 honorable soldiers who lost their loved ones are lying when they explain what happened to their loved ones when they were on the mission to look for this guy?? Or are you going to imply that Glenn Beck made up those folks too?
I have a child who is in special education who will soon be at WAHI and this concerns me very much. I have struggled with WW Public schools and the IEP process and it looks like when my child arrives at WAHI it will only get worse with communication issues and appropriate classroom learning environment. Perhaps the school board should look at cutting the extra fancy administrative jobs at district office (superintendent of this and that) if they did think of the money that could be put back into education.
If people want to take a walk they need to go else where. The City of Walla Walla has plenty of other public places to walk or jog.
I brought up the insurance commissioner because of your comment about the republicans. Mike Kreidler was the insurance commissioner at the time during the stockpiling and in my opinion he should've been doing a better job of protecting us. Yes, I do believe Mr. Kreidler is a democrat. If I am wrong, then I apologize. If I am right, and Mr. Kreidler is a democrat then what "monopolies" do you think this democrat was protecting during the Premera Blue Cross, Regence Blue Shield, stockpiling?
Back in 2012 it was a disgrace to learn about the stockpiling that was going on by Premera Blue Cross , Regence Blue Shield and Group Health. During this stockpiling by these insurers, you would think when the request to raise rates was submitted to the WA state insurance commissioner that an investigation would've been started by that office. Instead it took the article of the Seattle Times to put pressure on our state insurance commissioner to do an investigation. If it wasn't for the Seattle Times article, the commissioner probably wouldn't have checked into anything. Now according to your last statement you would almost think our insurance commissioner is republican. However I believe he is a democrat. Shameful that this democrat allowed this stockpiling with outrageous rate increases to be allowed.
Well said, Namvet!
I'll supply the popcorn!!!
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