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What Mike Kreidler is saying is he is a Democrat and he feels a socialistic run country is what he and the dems want, so to hell with the working people who pay their own way, they have to loose the plans they want and can afford so they can buy more expensive plans they don't want, to help pay for the loafers who don't feel the should have to get up and go to work five days a week. Not to mention the illegals,
Chas, let me know when you see the rates go down because of ERs not being used so much. Thats a lib for ya, spend 1.6 Trillion to save a few Billion.
Chuck, if you want a liberal moron to represent you then i would suggest you move to portland or the west side. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers is doing just fine.
thats what happens when your one of the most liberal states in the country.
" We should not respond to people based on their labels, or their outward appearance"
Is this the same annie who talked of her disdain for "old white men" in an earlier letter to the editor???.
WHAT?? Good grief, I thought there was no one left in walla walla with any common sense. Now I know there are at least 2 of us.
Great letter, L.G.
Al Sharpton, the new Judge, jury and executioner. He's a real piece of work.
anything to promote more voter fraud right?
There should be a law against being able to propose a school levy over and over. Maybe once every three years after failing.
Here you go again, Its all Cathy's fault. Get a grip Bruce, Seek anger management help. Most of us are tired of hearing of your hatred of CMR.
selling overpriced housewares and clothing to the public does not require you sell out your religious beliefs. So of course you will assist EVERYONE. Comparing that to the florist situation shows your total lack of understanding of the argument.
Requiring her to take part in arranging flowers for that wedding is like requiring every doctor to perform abortions when asked.
Not that the jobs are equally important, but that both would require the person to do something against their beliefs.
why do you feel it is ok to try to force someone into doing something that goes against their own beliefs??
By the way, we don't see things the same way, but I am much less a bigot then you.
You see this whole thing as gay vs straight, I see it as a business person not wanting to participate(arranging flowers at the location) in a ceremony that goes against her beliefs. Its nothing less- nothing more
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