stjTelegraph, June 21, 2012


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5 Responses to “stjTelegraph, June 21, 2012”

  1. Bob Holliger on June 24th, 2012 at 8:42 pm

    Favors Gough Over Graves
    Five Trillion Dollars! That is the amount the national debt Obama has increased (so far) since he was immaculated in January 2009. This is in addition to the tax revenue we taxpayers paid. To be fair to Obama, he needed the Congress to vote for the national debt increase prior to his insane spending spree.
    Many Republicans joined with Democrats in Congress to raise the debt limit. Unfortunately, our Sixth Congressional District Representative, Sam Graves, was one of those Republicans who crossed the aisle joining the Democrats to vote for a humongous two trillion dollar debt limit increase last summer. Two Missouri Congresspersons voted “NO” on this huge Obama debt limit increase. Praise to Congressman Todd Akin, now a candidate for the US Senate, and Congresswoman Vicki Hartzler for their conservative stance to stop our country’s runaway spending.
    Fortunately, Republican Bob Gough is opposing Sam Graves in the August 7th Primary election. I urge Republicans to vote for Bob Gough for the Sixth District Congressman.
    Bob Holliger
    Independence, MO

  2. Glen Terrell on June 24th, 2012 at 8:43 pm

    Vote Against Incumbents
    All across America, congress has a 12% approval rating. Only 12% of U S citizens are satisfied with the actions of congress.
    The primary election season is almost over. The results in Texas are typical of those in other states where the primary elections are complete. What follows is what happened in Texas. But first, a little background information.
    The congressional districts in Texas are so gerrymandered, each district is either heavily democrat or heavily republican. So, the person winning the republican primary in a predominately republican district will almost certainly be elected to congress in November; likewise for those winning the democrat primary in a democrat district. Only the reddest of republicans and bluest of democrats vote in the primaries; independents ignore them.
    Of the 20 (of 36) Texas congressional districts in which the incumbent was challenged in his/her primary (16 republicans, 4 democrats) only 1 incumbent was defeated. Hence, 5% of the challenged incumbents were defeated or 95% of challenged incumbents will likely be re-elected in November!
    Wake up America! Vote against the incumbent; in the primary if possible but if the incumbent survives his/her primary, vote against them in November 6! Independent voters count then … maybe.
    Glen Terrell
    Arlington, TX.

  3. Lynn Atherton Bloxham on July 8th, 2012 at 7:36 am

    Kyle Yarber On Target
    Kyle Yarber’s article may get some “flack” but he explains an historical fact very clearly. The right to believe in what each human perceives as the truth, is so fundamental to the concept of inalienable rights that it could not be otherwise.
    The measure of a person’s value of liberty is not how much liberty one desires for oneself, but how much liberty one is willing to allow others. Lynn Atherton Bloxham
    Roger W. Bloxham
    San Antonio, Texas

  4. Wynajem segway on July 12th, 2012 at 6:39 pm

    That may prove dangerous and cause the “energy blackmail” by Russia (one of which we have seen in years 2006-2007 in Belarus and in 2009 in Ukraine). The blackmail can have two major forms: rising prices of Russian gas and the cutting off of gas supplies.

  5. Pauletta Lessig on July 15th, 2012 at 2:55 pm

    Yaaaay ! is predicting an Obama VICTORY ! Now I finally am beginning to like hocus pocus horoscope !


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