Monday, November 26, 2012
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
As far as my defense hawk side, I think that I know bad people when I see them, and I don't think that just talking with bad people is always the answer. If there is truth to this story, a firm response is imperative because they are just giving the free world the finger in the most blatant manner possible.
Friday, May 04, 2012
Friday, April 27, 2012
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Last year, my wife registered a complaint with the police department, and an officer went and spoke with them. Nothing changed. I called again today to register another complaint, and the officer was very sympathetic. He told me this story (not exact quotes):
"I totally understand. My neighbor does the same thing. Just last night I looked out and saw his dog taking his umpteenth crap in my yard. So I went out, picked it up, and went over to the neighbors' house and rang the bell. I said to him 'your dog seems to like crapping in my yard more than your yard, so I thought that I should return this. Where do you want me to put it?"I think that I find the right person to help us.
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
PRINCETON, NJ -- Mitt Romney is supported by 47% of national registered voters and Barack Obama by 45% in the inaugural Gallup Daily tracking results from April 11-15. Both Obama and Romney are supported by 90% of their respective partisans. . .These results are the first from Gallup Daily tracking of registered voters' general election preferences, which began on April 11 and will be reported daily on Gallup.com on the basis of continuous five-day rolling averages. . .
The race breaks down into the expected patterns by party, with 90% of Democrats supporting Obama, and 90% of Republicans supporting Romney. The Republican results show that despite the rancor and divisiveness of the Republican campaign, the vast majority of Republicans are backing Romney in the head-to-head battle with Obama, as they have in ballot tests earlier this year.
The crucial voting bloc of independents breaks toward Romney by 45% to 39%, giving the GOP challenger his slight overall edge.
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
A majority of the Minneapolis City Council now backs Mayor R.T. Rybak's plan to fund a new Vikings stadium in Minneapolis, setting up a last-ditch effort by Gov. Mark Dayton to persuade reluctant Republican legislators to support the project.The surprise announcement Monday that seven council members had signed letters of support seemed unlikely just a week ago, when seven members publicly opposed the plan. But after heavy lobbying by stadium backers, including Gov. Mark Dayton, Council Member Sandra Colvin Roy abandoned her insistence on a citywide referendum and gave Rybak the majority he needs."I didn't change my mind," Colvin Roy said Monday. "I made up my mind."The deal is far from done, however. Legislators were still scrambling Monday to obtain an agreement with charities over the use of charitable gambling funds to pay for the state portion of the stadium. It is also uncertain whether there are enough votes at the Legislature to pass the plan."Now [the] motion shifts over here to the Legislature," Rybak said at a state Capitol news conference. "If the Legislature acts, the City Council will act as well."