Wednesday, February 2, 2011
Yes the brick house is Debbies, and look to the left a house going up for public auction. I bet Debbie is crapping her pants at the thought of a new rental unit right beside her, and I hope it comes true. I hope SAPOA buys it and splits it into 4 units and rents it to Debbie's favorite class of people ..college students. Keg party every night party people..
Now that the County has made their decision to opt out of residential sprinkler requirements, I want to add my thoughts about the topic.
It would be fantastic if all newly built homes were required to have sprinkler systems for the occupants safety,but in reality it should be a decision left to the homeowner. It was unfair to require an additional 10 thousand be tacked on the price for this system, especially since we have enough problems getting people to build homes locally. I would encourage homeowners if they can afford to get a system to do so, but applaud the Council for not requiring.
Is this a compliment or a criticism? Chris Matthews, still tingly from Obama's speech on Egypt I'm sure, tried to make a comparison between the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and the tea party here in the United States.
This is Christ Matthews. It comes with the territory.
"So the Muslim Brotherhood has a parallel role with the tea party; they keep you honest and decide whether you've stayed too long?"
There have been over 750 waivers granted for various ObamaCare requirements. Where's that "equal protection under the law" thing? Here we have the absolute worst piece of legislation passed by any congress in the last 100 years ... and now the Executive Department gets to sit back and decide who does and who does not have to abide by its terms! Can you honestly say that those decisions on waivers are not being made by people with political considerations in mind?
I know there are many of you that dislike Archie's posts and contact me about them telling me I should do better than to allow them. I do not agree with all the stuff they post, but it is freedom of speech and their opinion on matters. I have asked numerous times for someone with a more liberal view to counter these posts with their side but so far I have had no takers. I also ask please pay attention to who posts the articles, while I own this site and everything falls upon my shoulders, I do not read the posts my contributors make before they post. If I start receiving comments that get my attention I will go have a look but I am far too busy working on other stories and leads to look at every post.
The Worcester County Taxpayers are paying 70,000 a year for this unmarked patrol car to sit collecting dust in front of Mike McDermott's house. I have never seen anything so outrageous in my life as this idiot. He runs on a platform of being fiscally conservative but yet wants Worcester County to pay for his office space, and pay him 70k a year as a Deputy so this patrol car can sit unused in front of his residence.
please email the Worcester county commissioners here and let them know how you feel about Mike being a sponge on the taxpayers
Certainly, Judge Vinson's ruling on Monday helped to sway some of these stragglers. Recall that in November Sen. DeMint had joined with 31 other Republican senators in an amicus brief filed in that court proceeding arguing against the constitutionality of ObamaCare.
According to Politico, a vote on S. 192 could occur as early as today via an amendment to an FAA reauthorization bill. Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) introduced the amendment yesterday. Though repeal is all but certain to fail in the Senate, "it could force a tough vote on vulnerable Democrats up for reelection in 2012."