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April 14, 2013

This pertains to the headlines in the Sun-Gazette which read Under Control — DCNR proceeds with ‘Q&A’ session on drilling....

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Apr-19-13 2:31 PM

President Obama is making these cuts so he can spend more on the illegals and give more to the welfare people who got him elected...that is what it comes down to. They don't have enough money to purchase their sneakers and gold jewelry so they can look good to go where?

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Apr-19-13 2:28 PM

gee erik...., as usual you got that one wrong!

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Apr-14-13 7:29 PM

If you think it's your land then why didn't you have say when they've already leased thousands of acres of public land and did who only knows with all that money which I believe we as taxpayers in PA should've all received a check from hence it's our land but nope where did it go

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Apr-14-13 1:37 PM

Weldon, there you have three prime examples of how corrupt our government is from the top to the bottom. "We the people don't run this country; the greedy and corrupt do.

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Apr-14-13 8:03 AM

President Barack Obama and lawmakers are considering cutting Social Security and increasing revenue by changing the way the government measures inflation.

Four senior congressional aides said lawmakers are discussing using an alternative yardstick to gauge inflation, known as the “chained consumer price index,” to determine annual cost-of-living adjustments for millions of Americans.

The idea may rile both Democrats and Republicans, because it could mean paring Social Security by $112 billion over 10 years, raising taxes by $60 billion and cutting pension and veterans’ disability payments by $24 billion, according to estimates by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office and the Joint Committee on Taxation.

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Apr-14-13 7:29 AM

Should, at least, the people that lived in the area attended? After all they stand to lose the most.

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Apr-14-13 6:34 AM

The DCNR meeting did not result in any decisions. It was a "fact-finding" meeting to establish the position and concerns of various groups on the subject.

Nobody was "trampled".

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