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Expedite Completion

Finish Corridor H no later than 2020

July 19, 2013

Once the Corridor H highway is completed in West Virginia and Virginia, it will open up enormous possibilities for economic development....

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AaronS

Jul-23-13 10:08 PM

None of the articles are about you CL but you seem to always have something to say.

You'll not I didn't say smart to say.

The op-ed is about Corridor H. Do you support it's completion or not and why? It's not a hard question, even for you.

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denver

Jul-23-13 6:51 PM

What makes the differences rather I support the completion of Corridor H or not. In case you didn't notice this article is not about me! There little buddy!

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AaronS

Jul-23-13 7:19 AM

Rest assured CLdenver, the sky is not falling. It's not a difficult question do even you should be able to answer it. Do you support completion of Corridor H, yes or no and why.

Geeze, you'd think I'm asking you a hard question like 3 x 7.

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denver

Jul-23-13 5:20 AM

Google: "What did Texas do with their stimulus money?"

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AaronS

Jul-22-13 7:19 PM

If people want to know what Texas did with their stimulus money, they can google it on their own. If you want to tell them DAdenver, then tell them, I rely don't care.

Is there a reason you duck the question DAdenver? Do you or do you not support the completion of Corridor H and why.

If you can DAdenver!

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denver

Jul-22-13 6:21 PM

Somebody didn't want people to know what Texas done with their stimulus money. You wouldn't know anything about that, now would you little buddy?

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AaronS

Jul-22-13 8:25 AM

I'm sure denver that anyone who wants to see where the conversation went off track can see. It may have very well been me as I have a bad habit of correcting the numerous inaccurate statements made by the fanatical left so I do tend to get off topic.

A lot.

Two things.

First, I note that you didn't address the question posed. Do you support completion of Corridor H or not and why?

Second. Justice Davis was right.

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denver

Jul-22-13 5:07 AM

Who wrote this "Justice Robin Davis answered that for you md. You guys fall in line, lock, stock and barrel."? That's how it got off topic!

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denver

Jul-22-13 5:00 AM

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denver

Jul-22-13 4:59 AM

That's what I thought!

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Itsnottolate

Jul-21-13 10:20 PM

Hey Denver, I agree, not very nice, I have had my run ins with AaronS as well. But my point is people need to stop making their political beliefs follow a party's political platform and come up with their own thoughts.

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AaronS

Jul-21-13 9:39 PM

Instead of all the tripe, why don't you tell us whether you support completion of Corridor H or not along with your reasons!!!

If you can.

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AaronS

Jul-21-13 9:34 PM

Of your 18 comments on this story denver only 4 had anything to do with Corridor H. There was your patented "well said" comment, you ask 2 questions meant to distort what was said and you made one inaccurate statement regarding funding.

And then there's the 14 comments meant to distort, obfuscate and muddy the conversation so that Republicans are seen in a negative light while liberals are somehow viewed righteous.

The problem is, there's very little that the radical left does right.

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denver

Jul-21-13 8:38 PM

What you got to say about (that) "Itstolate"

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denver

Jul-21-13 8:32 PM

What you got to say about "Itstolate"

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AaronS

Jul-21-13 8:11 PM

"Itsnottolate" give me break! What do you call "The only thing I can't figure out is which one of the two is the dumbest" you call that being endearing?

I agree it's not very endearing.

True but not endearing.

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AaronS

Jul-21-13 8:09 PM

Because government can kill jobs.

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denver

Jul-21-13 7:29 PM

little buddy if government cannot create jobs, then why are the republicans blaming President Obama for the high unemployment??

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AaronS

Jul-21-13 5:41 PM

It failed because government cannot create jobs.

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denver

Jul-21-13 4:36 PM

little buddy you wrote "As for how the money was spent, that wasn't left up to the states but instead had to meet federal approval guidelines before the money was doled out" And I was just proving that was wrong. That's why I wrote, "giving the stimulus money to each state to spend on shovel ready infrastructure project was a mistake," Especially the republican controlled states. And then you wonder why the stimulus failed, if it did.

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denver

Jul-21-13 4:26 PM

"Itsnottolate" give me break! What do you call "The only thing I can't figure out is which one of the two is the dumbest" you call that being endearing?

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AaronS

Jul-21-13 2:14 PM

I'm sorry, Texas spent $18 billion, not trillion.

And the reason denver belittles is because that's all he has. If you read his post, he never has anything relevant to say.

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AaronS

Jul-21-13 1:21 PM

Texas spent ~$18 trillion dollars on over 16,000 projects. Is there something specific your referring to?

Wait, I don't really care what Texas did with their money. I know whatever they did, they got approval from the federal government because the ARRA stipulated they HAD to.

"In addition to the Vice President Biden's oversight role, a high-level advisory body, the President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board (later renamed and reconstituted as the "President's Council on Jobs and Competitiveness"), was named concurrent to the passage of the act."

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Itsnottolate

Jul-21-13 1:15 PM

Hey Denver, why do you always have to try to belittle people with your posts. I would say little buddy is not a term of endearment. I would guess that is your try to make it seem like you are a better person.

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denver

Jul-21-13 12:56 PM

Sounds like my little buddy "AaronS" thinks President Obama is now Governor of West Virginia

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