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Nancy! You ignorant Democrat!! A little SNL humor
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and Timothy Geithner, and Charlie Rangle and on and on
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Nancy, you idiot, you ARE insulting to the U.S. You and 'your' president. Take an example from Boxer and quit.
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And you have evidence of Schocks "illegal methods"? Perhaps if you do you should inform law enforcement so he can be properly arrested and tried in a court of law, instead of just spreading rumors without evidence.
Quijote57 - Nancy Pelosi: Netanyahu speech ‘insulting to the intelligence of the United States’ - Qu
What does this woman know about being intelligent? Isn't she the one who claimed they had to pass Obamacare to know what is in it? I would think the Prime Minister of Israel knows a lot more about Iran than the Congresswoman from San Francisco.

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Gas leak Thursday in downtown Hannibal

7 months, 3 weeks ago by Jim Dewey

A contractor struck the gas line behind a home

Marion County 911 sent emergency responders to 308 North 6th street in Hannibal at around three o'clock Thursday afternoon after a contractor struck a gas line in the alley behind the home.

Firefighters were joined at the scene by a crew from Liberty Utilities who were able to cap the leak within 20 minutes of the call.

Assistant Fire Chief Sean Hamilton said his department's job was to set up a perimeter and notify neighbors to eliminate any open flame sources that might have caused a problem.

Firefighters left the scene by 3:40 Thursday.


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