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Boos and Applause

March 8, 2014

Editor’s note: During the course of a week, issues are covered that might not lend themselves to full editorial comment, but they are worthy of The Inter-Mountain weighing in — pro, con or neutral....

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Mar-08-14 10:43 AM

Real cutting-edge journalism, but you left out cup cakes apple pie and the American flag.

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Mar-10-14 7:34 AM

Applause to one of our favorite things - Girl Scout cookies - but boo to the news that cookie sales are significantly down this year.

Reason? Millions found out that the Girl Scout so called 'leaders' are using these girls also to 'promote' their 'abortion & gay lifestyle' propaganda!!! They can't even agree if they should allow the little girls to sell their cookies outside pot stores. I will NOT help thru cookie sales to promote their twisted version of morality; therefore my entire family stopped purchasing cookies. A lot of others have also apparently. Kudos to them. If the libs want to 'use' our children for their 'profit to immoral issues' then stop complaining when we the public 'refuse' to help you in that agenda!

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Mar-11-14 7:36 AM

Finally, one democrat official gets his sentencing for Voter Fraud.

A former Mingo County magistrate was sentenced Monday to 27 months in prison after pleading guilty to a federal vote charge.

Dallas Toler, 45, also was fined $5,000 and will spend 3 years on probation after release.

He had pleaded guilty last December to charges that he illegally registered a convicted felon to vote in the 2012 primary election.

Every election in WV; there's democrat officials attempting to 'steal elections' through fraud.

Is why democrats hate VOTER ID!

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Mar-12-14 7:00 AM

You cannot fix a problem until you learn the core cause of the problem. In the case of homeless people, the core problem is government. We have created a society of people who depend more on the government than they do their own resources. You don't help people by putting a band aid on a gaping wound. The government needs to get out of our lives, and allow businesses to work their magic in a community by creating jobs. They can't do that when the government has their fingers in private enterprise regulating every move they make.

With this president's ability to kill jobs faster than the atomic bomb killed the Japanese, people will go hungry and lose their homes when they are out of work. Old Uncle Sam really helped by giving millions of people loans they knew they couldn't pay back for the sake of generating votes for their party. We need real solutions, not the ones that stick to the wall when thrown across the room. I guess this is what we get when we elect a community organizer.

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Mar-12-14 11:55 AM

Editor's note says:During the course of a week, issues are covered that might not lend themselves to full editorial comment, but they are worthy of The Inter-Mountain weighing in - pro, con or neutral.

So, we can 'assume' then that Benghazi, Hillary's part in the deaths of those in Libya embassy, the Ukraine/Crimea situation, Obama's supporting of oustings of other nations' leaders and support of muslim brotherhood leaders is not 'worthy' of this paper to mention?? Even as a "Boo and Applause?" Yeah. We understand how the media is working today.

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