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  1. Walt

    Dude –
    Well better safe than sorry, right? And if there were cars on the road, it would take longer to clean up. Like they say, a stitch in time saves nine.
    What is complaining about it going to accomplish, unless you believe the squeaky wheel gets the oil? They will open the roads soon. Hey…HAY!!! Better late than never.

    We were between a rock and a hard place, so what are you going to do? You have to play the hand you were dealt. So let’s just make the best of it.
    So relax and enjoy the moment. Tomorrow is another day. And that is not pie in the sky. If it was, we would all be going to hell in a hand basket.
    Hasta la vista baby,
    Walt

  2. Anonymous

    Walt: Here’s what complaining about it is going to accomplish: wash away this awful feeling I have that I’m about to throw up after reading this story:

    In what I consider some of the worst-ever pandering to the anti-gun base, “Washington luminaries” [oxymoron, IMHO] are flying to Chicago to attend the funeral of a young girl who was a drum majorette at Obama’s inauguration.
    The NYT story in its entirety:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/10/us/hadiya-pendleton-shooting-victim-is-mourned-in-chicago.html?hp&_r=0

    The nauseating aspect:

    By the hundreds, people streamed into a church on this city’s South Side on Saturday, arriving from around Chicago and well beyond to say goodbye to Hadiya Pendleton, a 15-year-old girl many here had never actually met, but who in death had come to represent the miserable cost of gun and gang violence.

    An array of Washington officials — the first lady, Michelle Obama, Arne Duncan, the education secretary, and Valerie Jarrett, a senior White House adviser — were among those expected at the funeral. Ms. Pendleton, a member of her high school’s majorette team, traveled to Washington to perform during President Obama’s inauguration festivities only a week before she was fatally shot here.

    Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who has met with the girl’s family and spoken emotionally of her dreams for her future, was expected here, too, as was Gov. Patrick J. Quinn, who had alluded to Ms. Pendleton in his state-of-the-state address.

    There’s no rock and a hard place here. There’s only make the best of it – Obama’s POLITICAL best.

    • The poor child “was not known to be a gang member,” the first reports said, before she became a poster child for the bloodsuckers, “but the group she was with were”. So it was just another gangland shooting Chicago style – Chicago, with some of the strictest anti-gun laws in the nation, which leads the country in shootings. What, these kids don’t read the laws?

  3. Mickster

    My head hurts…

  4. LAK

    Connecticut roads may be closed but Going out to dinner & drinks in one hour!
    Yayyyy!!!!