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Move to the Carolinas if you like their administration so much. No one is holding you back.
We thought Manchin and Capito were servants of the people. Turns out they serve the coal companies -- no, they are the coal companies. No wonder they have fought against the people, against clean water, against clean air and against a clean environment. Shame on them.
Concerning all the missed school days, why not just make a rule that says there will be 180 class days, no matter what? Or if school is to be closed three months a year, why not make those months December, January and February. Turn off the heat and water and save big bucks too.
In Ukraine, Syria and Venezuela, the U.S. is attempting regime change by funding, supplying and supporting terrorists, just as we did in Libya. Does this bother anyone else? Does our media see what's happening?
Estimates were that the tax on marijuana sales in Colorado would bring an additional $70 million into state coffers. The new estimate is $99 million. It's time to legalize it in West Virginia.
North Carolina is having the same problems with the DEP in their state that West Virginia is having here: Big corporations can pollute anytime they want because the politicians are taking money to look the other way, and they don't worry because the people are too weak to vote them out of office.
The best description of Obamacare so far: Remember when Nancy Pelosi said, "We have to pass it to find out what's in it"? Recently a physician called into a radio show and said: "That's the definition of a stool sample."
In recent years the DOH has avoided large paving projects by grinding potholes and filling them with square and rectangle patches. Guess where the worst potholes are this year.
The people complaining about Waste Management not working on snowy days would be the first ones to complain and sue if there was an accident.