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qfingers - Hearing Aid Volume Control: There’s an app for that - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
How can you expect Medicare to cover something as needless as hearing aids...better the money be spent on gender reassignment...and birth control pills. http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/sex-reassignm...
CoolEdge - Council tables insurance vote - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
my reply was specifically about convoy saying the mayor shouldn't vote, lest it expose him in the next election. Is there something wrong with him voting for an agenda he is favoring, or pushing? I don't know about all the other "regular order" type stuff, or what powers the mayor has exactly, on pre-planning some agenda he may have. I'd think the mayor does more than make suggestions…
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Thankfully that video has a transcript, so I didn't have to watch five minutes of Michelle straining to portray how much she cares. They use tragedies for political points, like the true Alynskyite subversives they have always been. "Never let a crisis go to waste". Obama supported the Muslim Brotherhood president in Egypt, they have closer ties to al Qaeda than us, but Obama supported Morsi.…
pimpdaddystyle - Lovelace back in court Monday - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Maybe put him on ankle monitor bond, or something. 500,000, 50 grand to apply. Bad deal all around, feel for all involved in this case. Maybe DOT foods would pony up the $
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I know, I know, you are 100% right. A person would have to be seriously impaired to be deemed unfit for trial, very rare situation.

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"A bloodbath for Republicans" at the Illinois Statehouse as Dems gain veto-proof majorities

2 years, 2 months ago by Bob Gough

Those stunning gains also figure to weaken Gov. Pat Quinn, who no longer will have the capability of singlehandedly blocking legislation with his veto

From suntimes.com:

Tuesday's election results represented what one GOP strategist late Tuesday soberly called "a bloodbath for Illinois Republicans" at the Statehouse.

With the defeat of four House Republican incumbents and a net gain of seven seats, House Speaker Michael Madigan (D-Chicago) secured a 71-47 veto-proof majority in the Illinois House.

The results were similar -- and more historic -- in the Senate for Senate President John Cullerton (D-Chicago), who picked up a net gain of five seats, giving him a 40-19 veto-proof majority.

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