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Michael Schore 
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Re: “Raleigh development leader Greg Hatem says the city's downtown is "unlivable." He's wrong.

But it isn't just the noise issue. The availability of affordable house is appalling. If you aren't a techie or some rich hipster then you can't live downtown. Very sad situation as well to longtime residents that have to put up with the noise.

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Posted by Michael Schore on 02/11/2015 at 12:14 PM

Re: “Tea party hero Greg Brannon runs for U.S. Senate

Really Unaffiliated? The government is the most ineffective organization? How come they can offer health care insurance with only a 6% overhead? Know any insurance companies that can do that?

The only reason government works the way it does is because of crooks and thieves in the private sector. If we would bring back the trials of WWII many companies that deal with the DoD would be in a prison cell for stealing from the government and the American people.

The private sector you laud so highly is disgusting and pathetic. All they do is use people up and spit them out so some group of privileged executives can live the life. Screw them and screw you. I want a government to stand between me and people like that. Like Scott of FL and McDonnell of VA. Both of these men should be in prison but because of people like you they are living the life.

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Posted by Michael Schore on 01/23/2014 at 10:02 AM

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