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Gates defends decision to close Guantanamo prison

No escape. One hell of a lot of recruitment and conversions. How about some ACLU lawyer securing the release. Are you sure all these guys were "Mirandized "  (May 26, 2009 | post #10)

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Thomas Sowell: In the boom, Beltway politicians take cred...

Thomas Sowell, I love you dearly but you're preaching to the choir. Sincerely, Robert H. Galloway  (May 20, 2009 | post #6)

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Minnesota's first 'probable' case of swine flu prompts tw...

One of the more cogent comments came from Dr Frank Lippenheimer. Demonstrate to our kids how to run in all directions like ninnys and you'll sure as heck rear a societly composed of nothing but ninnys. We shrug off around fifty thousand deaths - one here, four or five there due to automobiles and lose little sleep over it. Let the media and politicians get ahold of a little swine flu and it's a national emergency. Citizens wash you hands. If you have flu symptoms, go home and stay away from others. Public health people quietly go about you business. Educators, keep the schools open. Sincerely, Robert H. Galloway  (Apr 29, 2009 | post #76)

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White House plans hardball against House Republicans

What a bunch of disingenuous jerks. Those who voted against the bill didn't vote against creating four million jobs. They voted against a boondoggle that in the near term will create few jobs. A boondoggle that will reduce opportunity and prosperity for our kids and grandkids. We need to work our way out of the current problem, not try to borrow our way out of it. Reasonable Americans want to spend their money of things they want. Not things Barack Obama and his fellow socialist know we need are too stupid to want. Sincerely, Robert H. Galloway  (Jan 29, 2009 | post #55)

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U.S. not entirely at fault for global bubble hangover

No mention of the community reinvestment act. Why is that? Wishfully naive about regulation? How about direct interference by the federal government in the decision making process of lenders? I'll agree, deficite spending has done us no good. Another contribution of the government. Sincerely, Robert H. Galloway  (Jan 23, 2009 | post #1)

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On Gaza, Senate foes agree

Sir: I agree with much of what you say but... If you're waiting for the less than worthless UN to provide a solution... What have these clowns got to show for the money spent over the past fifty-plus years? Figure out how to implement your solution sans UN and you may be onto something. Sincerely, Robert H. Galloway  (Jan 12, 2009 | post #38)

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On Gaza, Senate foes agree

I'm no Jew. I firmly believe that if the Palastinians laid down there guns, there would be peace. If the Jews laid down their guns, they'd all be dead. Even Obama commented that if someone were relentlessly firing rockets at his children, he would respond. Israel is a country populated by enlightened twenty-first century people. It's neighbors are a violent, unenllightened eight century holdover. Israel, I'm with you all the way. Sincerely, Robert H. Galloway  (Jan 12, 2009 | post #37)

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Call us on the cell: That's all we have

I'll show my ignorance. This is probably a dumb question and if I did some research, I wouldn't post it. Is it possible to have multiple extension calls using a cell phone? Can Mom in the kitchen and Dad in the basement talk to the grandkids at the same time? I also have a problem with the quality of the sound on cell and with my caller fading in and out as they move around (admittedly, usually in a car). I'd like to make the switch described but it seems to me that cell is well below the quality of the landline. Sincerely, Robert H. Galloway p.s. My wife has a cell. I do not.  (Jan 12, 2009 | post #56)

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Israel continues attack on Gaza; friendly fire kills 3

My only comment to the Israelis is; "What took you so long?" Let the international community be damned. Finish what you started. Sincerely, Robert H. Galloway  (Jan 6, 2009 | post #1)

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Police: Driver fled at high speeds, ordered dog to attack

A system that puts this man back among us is remiss. Sincerely, Robert H. Galloway  (Nov 26, 2008 | post #8)

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Couple cited for sex in restroom at Gophers game against ...

Can't say I approve of the conduct. The University Police should have bigger fish to fry. Sincerely, Robert H. Galloway  (Nov 26, 2008 | post #90)

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Gates accepts Obama offer to stay as defense secretary

Obama offer? Obama request? If this is an offer as if his majesty is bestowing, Gates would be better off to say thanks but no thank you. Gates is doing the favor here. Sincerely, Robert H. Galloway  (Nov 26, 2008 | post #8)

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Eagan City Council member sued by sister, nephew; Tilley ...

Geno, I grew up in the house of a veterinarian. I've handled and restrained a lot of dog for their shots, surgeries and euthanasia. There are bad individuals in any breed. A dog encouraged to be agressive is no problem if it weighs 20 pounds. A 100 pound dog, if agressive is a problem. One of the worst I've seen was a Chesapeake Bay Retiever. On the other hand, I've seen a number of Rothweilers that were as sweet as you'd want. For the most part, I've found that the larger the breed, the easier they are to live with. Certain individuals might not fit the pattern. Sincerely, Robert H. Galloway  (Nov 12, 2008 | post #21)

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Standing together

I'm incredibly sorry about what happened to these individuals. They're like soldiers who have paid more than others in a war. Start letting criminals race away without chase and you are setting a precident which is similar to what gave us 9-11. The first time someone tried to highjack an airplane to Cuba, we set the policy; "Take them where they want to go and nobody gets hurt. Everybody gets where they were going in one piece, just a little later." Criminals should be pursued, caught and severly punished. As we stray from any of these parts of the process, we encourage criminal activity. Sincerely, Robert H. Galloway The criminal who flees should be doubly punished. Establish a precedent. The word gets around.  (Nov 7, 2008 | post #51)

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St. Paul / Victim of attack by two pit bulls sues

I don't believe there's a breed of dog that's unavoidably vicious. A little, vicous dog can't do much damage. A big, vicous dog is another matter. There are many gentle, cuddly Rottweilers that wouldn't hurt a fly. It's a combination of the dogs basic nature and his handling. Most dogs that viciously attack do so because their owners have encouraged that behaviour. The penalty for keeping a dog, known to be vicious and not preventing its attacking should be severe. Sincerely, Robert H. Galloway  (Oct 21, 2008 | post #22)