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I am an 87-year-old Republican and I want to pay tribute to one of the finest senators we have ever sent to Washington! His stand on reasonable gun legislation that makes sense to 90 percent of the people is admirable and will surely get my vote.
Throughout the history of the coal industry it has been boom or bust: Years of boom and years of bust. The UMWA negotiated the big contracts during the boom years knowing the bottom would some day drop out. The union is as much to blame as is Patriot Coal.
Dick Cheney, the man who said that Americans would be greeted in Iraq and that he knew that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction ... said that President Obama has lost credibility. Dick never lost his credibility because he never had any.
The Democratic Party had better be coming up with a real candidate to run against Shelley, not a lobbyist but a real person who can make a contest out of it. We need a preferably female representative, one who will stand up for the people of West Virginia.
I couldn't help but notice when Mr. Kabler listed everyone who provided lunch for the House of Delegates he left out the amount the state Chamber of Commerce provided. I was there and they bought food nearly every day. And it wasn't cheap.
Dick Cheney agrees with The Charleston Gazette's editorial view of our government spying on us. I don't.
I was so happy to see the article about our beautiful state symbols in the Gazette on Sunday. I cannot understand why none of these are available on our license plates. I can get NASCAR on a plate, but not our rhododendron or cardinal. What a shame!
Please Hillary, just go away and take Bill with you. Neither of you have a thing to offer that interests me at all.
Why aren't people on welfare drug-tested? My neighbor is on welfare. He sits at home all day selling his prescriptions. Most in society have to work daily and be drug tested regularly to make a living. It should be the same for people on welfare.
Do you people really believe that in a society in which masculinity is strongly defined by heterosexuality that any man would wake up one day and want to be gay or want to be subjected to the abuse and ridicule that gay men have to endure?