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They're talking about the suicide rates going up drastically for young vets, male and female, saying it's because they refuse to seek long-term health. They've seen what fools we were made of for seeking help as Vietnam vets, which is why we don't see, talk to or have any dealings with the VA.
In my life, I've come to realize that vicious personal attacks on a person's character merely come from envy, greed and jealousy. This is not God's way.
I consider Jeff Kessler as the Charlie Schumer of West Virginia. Wake up, people. Vote this dude out.
All this money spent on homeland security and chasing down al-Qaida. Maybe they need to chase down chemical companies that precariously close to our drinking water, poisoning us, and apparently going to get by with it.
I think the children should go to school on Martin Luther King Day to make up for their snow days and this water situation.
I hope someone can answer what are people supposed to do about these ice machines on their refrigerators and drinking water on their refrigerators.
If Gus Douglass violated federal or state law in administering those agricultural loan programs with taxpayer money, he should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law and go to jail -- no matter who he is. Anything else would be a disservice to the people and the taxpayers.
You are 100 percent right. The GOP wanted to negotiate with Obama, who was not interested in their deal. Their deal was to cut funds for education, veterans and help for the unemployed and other helpful programs for the middle class. Obama, Joe and Jay are for the middle class. Get your facts straight before calling Readers' Voice.
Another coal-related company pollutes the water for nine counties and 300,000 people -- and the Republican agenda for the West Virginia Legislature is to weaken legislation for businesses. So they want to allow companies easily dump whatever they want into the water and the air.
When I answered the person who said Jesus had nothing to say about gay people, I wanted people to be able to find the Scripture at Leviticus 18, verse 22, where this issue is mentioned.