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Columbus Dispatch

Pickerington crime watch urges drivers to ease up

That stretch of road has been a speed trap since before Pickerington Central was located there. I drove that area in the mid 70s. The people who live on that road have long fought to keep at the 25 mph limit. The voulume of in and out traffic along that stretch does not warrent the 25 mph speed limit. The population and road use for that area when compared to speed limit guidelines set by the state would have that area at 35 mph.  (Nov 2, 2010 | post #19)

Columbus Dispatch

'Dirty dancing' angers superintendent | The Columbus Disp...

Type fast on a small keyboard with a full 12 years of public education and a BS degree and you get what you get. Got my message accross and please do not grade me with a red pen, use a purple or pink one because it would be so much more soothing to know I made a spelling error in pastel.  (Oct 14, 2010 | post #9)

Columbus Dispatch

'Dirty dancing' angers superintendent | The Columbus Disp...

You know I find it ironic that a public funded liberal school system finds anything off limits. This from a school system that would give these children condoms, support them without telling parents in getting an abortion, teaches them that same sex relationships are OK. I guess it really does not fit the definition of irony, it really is just hypocracy.  (Oct 14, 2010 | post #7)

Columbus Dispatch

Coleman attends meeting where Obama touts infrastructure ...

50 billion here 50 billion there soon we will be talking about real money. I wonder who they are going to borrow it from this time... or are they going to just print more... either way it is the taxpayer that gets screwed.  (Oct 12, 2010 | post #9)

DispatchPolitics

Plugging the hole

I am tired of all of trying to scare people into accepting higher taxes because government can fix anything. Government can't fix everything and should never be asked to. People are going to do well with little government and people are going to do well with big government. With little government the people who create and maintain jobs and businesses do well. With big government the ruling class and the businesses who pay their bills and taxes do well. Why do you think we have so many congressional millionaires. They were not rich before they were elected.  (Oct 11, 2010 | post #25)

DispatchPolitics

Underdog Fisher hits back at Portman

As much as the columbus democrat newspaper want to make this race a story it is not going to happen. Fisher better hope that Barry Soetoro needs another czar.  (Oct 9, 2010 | post #9)

Columbus Dispatch

95,000 jobs cut last month but U.S. jobless rate holds st...

I don't think you understand what you are saying. We already hold our kids in public school for four years past what the need to be. Then we send them to college to be programed by liberal elitist for another four to seven years. We can only hold them in school for so long before they have to enter the workforce. If we keep losing jobs at this rate to eliminated vacancies and retires they will be able to get multiple degrees and never enter the workforce until they are in their thirties.  (Oct 8, 2010 | post #11)

DispatchPolitics

Pickerington puts off income-tax hike decision

Councilwoman Cristie Hammond suggested that the council eliminate the proposed full credit to collect more money. more money. more money. more money. bigger government. bigger government. bigger government. If the council had not wasted taxpayer money on frivolous things during the boom times they would not be begging in the down times.  (Oct 7, 2010 | post #3)

Columbus Dispatch

Pickerington puts off income-tax hike decision | The Colu...

Councilwoman Cristie Hammond suggested that the council eliminate the proposed full credit to collect more money. more money. more money. more money. bigger government. bigger government. bigger government. If the council had not wasted taxpayer money on frivolous things during the boom times they would not be begging in the down times.  (Oct 7, 2010 | post #1)

Columbus Dispatch

Slurry spill has left trail of death in Ohio creek | The ...

Blah, Blah, Blah in the name of all that is holy shut down the mine, fire the workers, turn off the lights, and let us all go back to the dark ages. Not me. Clean up the mess, levy the required fine and move on. The creek will regenerate as many creeks that have been contaminated before have.  (Oct 7, 2010 | post #3)

Columbus Dispatch

City Council funds plans for Olentangy River Road path | ...

The main reason I don't live in columbus is that I have kids in school and I really like the idea that they have a better the 50 percent chance of graduation outside of columbus public school/penal system. If this sidewalk is such a fine idea reach into your own pocket to pay for it. Maybe you can make it a direct connet to a flamming carosel at your new homeless shelter where the mall used to stand and another connector to the strange 60,000,000 dollar bridge. Besides if I didn't work here who would pay for your trash and yard waste pick-up?  (Oct 5, 2010 | post #7)

Columbus Dispatch

City Council funds plans for Olentangy River Road path | ...

City Council did not fund anything. I did, I am a non-voting taxpayer in this city who watched this council and mayor lie to the people of columbus about where the increase in taxes were going to go. I wonder how many people this side walk is going to arrest, and how many fires will be put out by the construction workers building the sidewalk.  (Oct 5, 2010 | post #3)

Columbus Dispatch

Biden to stump today for Strickland in northeast Ohio | T...

Dumb and Dumber, Episode III  (Oct 4, 2010 | post #46)

DispatchPolitics

Central Ohio districts in play in GOP plans to retake con...

Take a look at the list of donors. Should tell you that the engine of the economy, business, wants the people in political power to get out of the way. The union looking to unload its pension and health care responsibilities on anyone willing to bail them out, state or federal, is backing the big government types. Same old story.  (Oct 4, 2010 | post #1)

Columbus Dispatch

Senate votes to turn down volume on TV commercials | The ...

Heaven forbid they turn down the volume on spending or health care or printing money or overstepping their constitutional duties.  (Oct 1, 2010 | post #56)