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Should the U.S. impose sanctions on the Ukraine?

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st0newa11

Feb-21-14 8:55 PM

Pirate, don't you listen to the CBO and Mr O's press releases? These people are being liberated from dead-end jobs so that they can pursue their dreams, become entrepreneurs, spend more time with family, take up origami, finish that needle-point project, clean out the garage...and collect more food stamps. Don't you support your conniver-in-chief?

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colorado

Feb-21-14 11:12 AM

As far as the Ukraine goes their president was elected democratically. The fact he decided to align with Russia rather than the EU and his opponents are against it is an internal issue that we have no business getting in the middle of.

Obama's claim that the protestors are non-violent flies in the face of the truth when you see civilian snipers, gasoline bombs, and as many police killed or injured as protestors.

Lets sit one of these out for a change and concentrate on creating good paying jobs rather than social issues.

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Backwoods

Feb-21-14 9:50 AM

Pirate - you are believing a faslse-hood when you said, " Don't they realize under this administration people are being taken care of regardless? Especially the poor." Do you really believe that or are you buying the party line???

Millions believed the promises given by President Obama when he repeatedly said. "Under Obamacare you will save on an average $2500 per family, you can keep your same doctor and you can keep your current health plans."

He knew it was a lie when he said it but he kept saying it.

Truth be told less are covered under Obamacare thab before.

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MTOMTO

Feb-21-14 8:55 AM

"They should impose sanctions on any company, corporation, or large business who is purposely laying off people over healthcare."

Your blame is very misplaced. Every person that is laid off or employed just below the full time status should blame the administration for a poorly conceived law. Don't even start on how it was passed.....so we can find out what is in it.

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Pirate

Feb-21-14 7:59 AM

No! They should impose sanctions on any company, corporation, or large business who is purposely laying off people over healthcare. I just don't get it? Don't they realize under this administration people are being taken care of regardless? Especially the poor. They and the rich are set either way. " Oh, lets lay these people off so we can pay for them to stay home" while we work.Also, if you read yesterdays paper, i called it months ago. Corbet is beginning to back off on such resistance on Obamacare. Face it. We are a changing nation. A nation who is starting to take care of problems from within. We are sick of ranking very low in the world on health and happiness despite being ranking #1 as economy.

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st0newa11

Feb-21-14 7:12 AM

We don't need another war.

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