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Kirchubel lives in a different world

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From page A11 | April 09, 2014 |

Mike Kirchubel writes, “I remain thankful we re-elected our president” and concludes, “When will ‘our’ legislators and the corporations who control them place people before profit? We wait.”

What world does this columnist live in? I’m sure it wasn’t the World War II years. He states he “remains quite wary and war-weary” (not withstanding the sacrifices made by our veterans throughout World War II to lament his freedom to advance his ideas.

I do, nonetheless, readily agree with Mr. Kirchubel’s statement: “I’m certain no Army in their right mind would ever draft me.”

Amen to that, Big Mike!

Darrell La Montague

Fairfield

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  • Rich GiddensApril 09, 2014 - 6:55 am

    Kirchebel was a Air Force male nurse before he went to Kaiser. LOL!

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  • Here's to MikeApril 09, 2014 - 7:03 am

    You can't dunce without the DNC!

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  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-0BPMwgKNAApril 09, 2014 - 7:27 am

    All Wars are Bankers Wars.... Please watch this on Youtube.... Did you know that the Bush Family helped finance Hitler?... Did you know that major Wall Street and BAnking Powers in the United States and Primarily Europe bankrolled establishing Communism in Russia and China?... Yes we should always be very eager to Fight the Banker Wars for the New World Order. We have all been lied to and brainwashed.... WAKE UP ... Did you know that Obama is also their Puppet in trying to start up a war in the Ukraine and Syria..... Only because people are starting to wake up, have the Illuminati not been immediately successful and because of the resistance of the people in their native countries which are under attack by the Illuminati Banking Cartels.... It is evil to want war, and when you won't even look for the TRUTH that the Bankers set up the wars, then you should be condemned as being evil.... But yes Obama is evil also. The Clintons and Bushs especially so ( 9/11 was an inside job with the help of the top Democrats ) WAKE UP PEOPLE JOHN KERRY AND THE BUSHS ARE SKULL AND BONES AND THE CLINTONS ARE ACTUALLY GOOD FRIENDS W/THE BUSHS... they imported cocaine into Arkansas TOGETHER.

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  • MIke is not all Bad ... He is a lot Good too.April 09, 2014 - 7:45 am

    I disagree with him in his seeming support for the Obama Adminstration ( hopefully this support is only as the lesser of two evils ) But I AM TELLING YOU THE TRUTH... both parties are toos of the Bankers and we must fight the Power Establishments of both the Democrat and Republican parties... these corrupt organizations must be reformed are replaced... and remember Democrats you can not give away the Goodies if you can not pay for them, if you destroy the middleclass and upper middleclass you destroy the hand that feeds you ( as a percentage the Super Super Rich controllers do not pay any amount that is going to negatively affect them ) Why can't we get a copies of Kirchubel's book Vile Acts of Evil in the Local Libraries? He is a local author with a local Newspaper Column, put his book in the Libraries... also Web of Debt and The Public Bank Solution by Ellen Brown.

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  • Rich GiddensApril 09, 2014 - 11:29 am

    If Komrade Kirchebel is so concerned about integrity and corruption in Government then please explain his stone silence on his Rat Political Party's home never ending collosus of corruption called Obama, The Clinton's, Holder's thugs, SENATOR YEE, CALDERON AND WRIGHT?

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