Printed Letters: April 13, 2014

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Since we are having difficulty with the BLM wanting to close off-highway roads without regard to state’s rights issues, maybe some of the armed militia members leaving the standoff at Clive Bundy’s ranch in Nevada can stop by here and lend us a hand.

McInnis’ plagiarism was well documented.
McInnis’ articles for foundation lift ideas, words from 20-year-old essay

“Although GOP gubernatorial candidate Scott McInnis presented his “Musings on Water” for publication as original works, portions are identical and nearly identical to an essay on water written 20 years earlier by now-Colorado Supreme Court Justice Gregory J. Hobbs.

A Clemson University expert who reviewed McInnis’ work next to Hobbs’ essay called it a clear case of plagiarism of both words and ideas.” (Denver Post)

Many more articles exist documenting this.

If you like your plan you can keep your plan. What difference does it make now anyway. “It should’ve been attributed properly and it was not,” Duffy said. “(McInnis) relied on the research and expertise” of Fischer. I did nothing wrong. Broke no regulations. I did not commit any crimes. I did not have sex with that woman, Ms Lewinski.“I remember landing under sniper fire. There was supposed to be some kind of a greeting ceremony at the airport, but instead we just ran with our heads down to get into the vehicles to get to our base.” It was because of a video. It was NOT terrorism.

Indeed it is always someone else’s fault. Military service would instill honor, integrity and standing up, grabbing your boot straps and owning up to your mistakes. The truth will set you free.

Since McInnis is overqualified then why would he want the job?

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