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For those who are puzzled as to why the U.S. would align itself with al-Qaida-backed terrorists against a secular government, the answer may be money. Do a web search on "Syria proposed pipeline."
To the person who wanted to know how long we have to put up with a bumbler and fumbler in the White House: We had to endure the fumbling and bumbling of George W. Bush for eight years. Answer your question?
Once again, read past the headline. Zimmerman's wife has admitted to lying about the "brutal" attack by George. The police suspected that was the case from the beginning but of course the liberal news had to run the story that fit their agenda.
Joke about the term "prediction" all you want. Seven years ago anybody with a grain of common sense knew an Obama presidency would fail. Fox News broadcast information the other networks tried to hide. We knew about Rev. Wright months before it was discussed on other networks.
Just like the bowl game he filled in, during his tenure, the WVU players won in spite of Bill Stewart. He always reminded me of Luther on the show "Coach." Nice guy, bad coach and a real program killer. But hey, Holgorsen may be a program killer too.
To all of the idiots, including the Lincoln County mayor/pastor. The reason it was wrong to let the police use the church van for a raid is, what if they arrested the wrong people? What if someone was killed? The church and its insurance carrier would have been liable.
No question, meth is a problem. However, I do not want to go pay a doctor to get a prescription for pseudoephedrine. My out-of-pocket expense plus the insurance rates go up. Find a better solution!
Kudos to the pastor that let the police use his church bus to bust a meth lab. His parishioners are very wrong asking him to step down. They should be proud of him. We need more like him to clean up the drug problems West Virginia is having.