Cathy's comments are about a year old. You all can thank Mike Huckabee for bringing all this into circulation. Go election year and, Go Media!
The good news, Taxed, is that they also wrote this:
"The money to build the park will come from the Parks and Recreation reserve funds — money collected from fees at other parks that goes unspent. The skate park's operations will be paid for through fees charged at the site for food and equipment rentals, as well as special events."
Recycling enjoyment...even though I don't skateboard, there are people that do. I don't mind what they do, they're paying money to do what they enjoy. I pay taxes because I don't have a choice. That, I don't enjoy. At least they AREN'T taking it from you. Like my friend just said, "What if later this year the schools start getting money?"
I said, "Maybe they will."
I watched that debate and was not only disappointed in Giuliani's quick approach to use (yet again) another opportunity to remind us all of his position as Mayor during that time but also in his quick, mother-like way he scolded Paul after the "blowback" comment and then immediately demanded an apology. In my humble opinion, there was no apology needed and Paul absolutely said the right thing in spite of the hot water it placed him in.
Anyone with half a brain knows that we didn't "ask" for what happened, however, to turn a blind eye to the reasons an extremist group chooses to attack is definitely asking for another one. It's not unlike the Virginia Tech gunman; the kid had something to say but no one listened to that message once he killed innocent people. Unfortunately, if the terrorists wanted to send a message, it failed to come through once they drove planes through buildings and killed innocent people. That is the difference between an extremist and someone who has something to say, you lose crediblity once you're a murderer.
I have had my eyes and ears on Ron Paul since the very first debate and I continue to urge voters to "Google" his name and learn more about his principles and voting history. Unlike many others watching that night, I was impressed and even more excited about him, in spite of the constant argument that he will "never make it through the primaries." And with that attitude, he may not, but I refuse to allow the media to decide the nominees for myself and continue to support him and spread the word.
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