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D V July 12, 2014 at 01:17 PM
I listened through the whole thing and, frankly, was a little disappointed in the ending. Our OldRead MoreG uy presumably ended up deciding Lutheranism is the least implausible of all the Christian mythologies, instead of arriving at the compelling conclusion that they're all fictitious. Well, we do have the Lutherans to thank for all the Bachs and for some catchy, if a bit stodgy, hymn tunes. Perhaps Our Old Guy is a music lover and that was the deciding factor over reason.
Tom Kelly July 11, 2014 at 08:42 AM
State Senator Musto has been working on this issue since before the commercial center was evenRead Morebuilt . The recommendation for a traffic light was in direct response to the letters to the DOT written by him and State Representative Hovey. State Senator Musto has been a great advocate for all kinds of issues in Trumbull, and it is this kind of leadership that we need, not these kinds of misleading attacks.
Kristy Ludlam Waizenegger July 09, 2014 at 12:20 PM
If Nancy DiNardo believes that healthcare choices are between the patient and doctor then why isRead Moreshe pushing to have corporations and government involved in these decisions? Women are not being denied access to birth control and to say otherwise is disingenuous - they can pay for it just like every other consumer chooses to make a purchase.
Kristy Ludlam Waizenegger July 09, 2014 at 12:22 PM
And, if someone isn't happy with the benefits provided by their employer, they can choose to workRead Moreso mewhere else. It's called freedom.
Pam Georgas July 09, 2014 at 10:17 PM
Actually there are many drugs that are actually critical to ones health that are not really covered Read Moreunder even the best of policies. I needed some prescription allergy eye drops, and the cost was $350 for a tiny...tiny...really tiny bottle. Amounts to what $30 a drop? Let's talk about drug companies, and medicare.
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