namvet60 1 week, 1 day ago on Letter - Questions, questions, questions

Excellent piece of satire which would be funny if it wasn't so serious . . . . . . .

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namvet60 1 week, 1 day ago on Letter - Muslims — friends or enemies?

tpeacock - First I respect your service for your country and that you have an opinion.

I was always taught that if your going to enter into a conflict you engage on the opponents turf and save the collateral damage on your home turf.

One question: Where would you prefer to have the major collateral damage? Your home turf or your opponents turf?

I'm sure you can explain this childish bickering to those that have lost there lives (by beheading) by this crazed radical group that may show up on your doorstep?

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namvet60 1 week, 2 days ago on Editorial - Do local levy funds vanish if state covers full cost of education?

To put this in perspective - How many times can you legally be taxed for the same entity. Taxpayers are already double and sometimes triple taxed on issues already which is unbelievable. These levies are most opaque form of collection of any on the books. Millions of dollars . . . . . . . The question is where do the levy funds vanish to?

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namvet60 1 week, 5 days ago on Updated: Judge rules against florist in same-sex wedding case

Your comment is well founded but in turn the business was then discriminated against by the customers in which they had opportunity to take there business elsewhere.

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namvet60 1 week, 6 days ago on Updated: Judge rules against florist in same-sex wedding case

Political correctness and discrimination are very overrated.

I believe somewhere in the past I recall "Right to Refuse Service".

Somebody walks into a business and demands the owner perform services that is against there religious beliefs have every right to execute the above.

Only in the liberal world does political correctness overrule the Constitution . . . . . .

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namvet60 1 week, 6 days ago on Letter - Walla Walla’s city engineers want public input

Why waste the time - they already have there minds made up and any input falls on deaf ears. They pay enormous consulting fees from out of town consultants and that's what they appear to go by. If local consultants were used at least they would have an idea of local problems and safety issues.

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namvet60 1 week, 6 days ago on Updated: Judge rules against florist in same-sex wedding case

So goes the way for the initiative to become an entrepreneur? When will tort reform finally be passed to end these ridiculous lawsuits?

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