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And the 1/2 mile buffer zone imposed by the Democrats around their 2012 convention.
Kindly do not forget his colleague, Stonewall Jackson, who has his birthday on 21 January. Kindly do not also forget that Confederate Heroes Day is 20 January and that the Commonwealth of Virginia does not have a Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday, it has Confederat Heroes Day and Martin Luther King, Jr.' birthday holiday. Just facts, no opinion on any of the above.
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None Dare Call It Fascism

an army employee Wrote: Nov 18, 2013 1:40 PM
Perhaps there is a reason: DC Health Commissioner fired after questioning Obamacare fix posted at 3:31 pm on November 17, 2013 by Jazz Shaw Coming to you from the Department of Tolerance, Compromise and Open Discussion, we find an interesting story of Human Resources action in DC. After the President announced his “fix” to the “If You Like Your Plan” problem, William White, the DC insurance commissioner, echoed concerns that many people expressed, asking if this sort of change might not undermine the entire premise of the system and lead to even more people paying higher premiums or losing their plans. This was clearly an important question, so the Mayor of the District of Columbia called him into the office to discuss the policy and determine the best way forward. Naw… I’m just kidding. They fired him on the spot. Hotair.com
One error in the article, the minimum wage increase in SeaTac Washington has neither sailed through nor actually passed. As of 14 November COB it was ahead by some fifty votes, with more to be counted. Certification is not until about 25 November. (Washington uses only mail in ballots, which only have to be postmarked by COB of election day, so they can actually be received up to about two weeks after the election). SeaTac has about 6,000 votes to be counted overall.
So Mika got through to an operator, so did Mr. Hannity. The operator who took the call to Mr. Hannity was fired. Has anyone checked to see what happened to the one who talked to Mika?
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The French Death Spiral

an army employee Wrote: Oct 22, 2013 1:01 PM
Mr. Mitchell has it absolutely wrong when he advocates for a "flat tax". Please advocate for a flat rate of taxes, there is a difference, a big one.
am a federal employee, designated essential, and not having the paid vacation. We are getting ready to face several weeks of work with deferred pay as the payroll people have been declared non-essential and also the funds for payroll run out. I am required to come in to work but they are not required to pay for my services, was not slavery declared unconstitutional? BTW, this is not a complaint, I am one of those who actually wants cuts to happen (real cuts, not cuts in the rate of growth). I also have sufficient savings, realizing that no job should ever be a sinecure. (Fat fingers with the other post)
I am a federal employee, designated essential, and not having the paid vacation. We are getting ready to face several weeks of work with deferred pay as the payroll people have been declared non-essential and also the funds for payroll run out. I am required to come in to work but they are not required to pay for my services, was not slavery declared unconstitutional? BTW, this is not a complaint, I am one of those who actually wants cuts to happen (real cuts, not cuts in the rate of growth). I also have
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Minimum Wage Miscalculation

an army employee Wrote: Oct 09, 2013 4:09 PM
One small quibble, the proposal for the increase in joblessness (or the minimum wage, if you prefer) is only for certain employees within the city of Seatac (not Seattle). This essentially is the Seattle airport.
From a misspent youth, Ubi est meum would be Where is mine. Fiat meum would be more like Let it be for me.
Fifth on the list is "Things that go boom," Anyone care to look up Port Chicago and the explosion there?
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