I'm not sure. I don't get the sense that consumers have fixed the blame yet ...I think we may be one event away or some catalyst away from that blame being pointed at Washington or the administration. I'm not sure it's there yet.
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We need to look at what is going to be the long-term future of our Guard when states need to rely on these soldiers for emergencies and the nation continues to rely on them for overseas deployment.
We'll have to see if anyone comes down to the Metro. It could be good, it could be bad. It's the next step.
When I finished school, I took my entire life savings - $5,000 - and invested it in a business. I was young. I was inexperienced. But I was an entrepreneur, and I was proud. And in six weeks, I was broke.
A lot of states wanted to help, but there was no place to turn.
I will favorably consider if there's a good opportunity to move some of these jobs to rural parts of the state that have been hard hit by economic transformation.
I didn't really see that many bands, I was too busy talking crap and drinking beer. I saw Mercury Rev. I hadn't really heard much of them but I really enjoyed them, for a bunch of old guys.
I not going to sign off on something that does not increase security for this state IT information.
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