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Paris Morning News (Newspaper) - November 4, 2010, Paris, Texas Voices imm Sam a Wmk no my mock �?�9a3.7dswm 4 the parts news a new Ember 4,2010our voice dedication hard work makes no band a contender Oike Ain a mkt Kolh Lamar Sibai Axx Ades for a it of the awards just Hes Pili for to Bali i hot director Randy Jones Sak ims ix3ili am azide foods and a dedicated Kad or dip team. They re worked i ireme hard Quot Jones said. On top of earning National recognition Tiibi past summer along a Ith being named tie Texas Uil ass 3a Sam phonic Honor band and earning the no. I Bank in area Pai a band h2& now taken bpm sex my place Femi to stale oomph tiik. Titis has been a really i Ai Gnip the director so. Quot Ehing the Oates is in warm ii Tive been All Basia ess and it s really Paki of the Dir credits Jumior and Semor band members Ith Keqing the band in sync. Itie leaders iii ims year is stronger than it has Eer been and it has a Strong Infin ence on the younger band members. Tom can Tei Iten All Yoa want Bat Yoa a pvt to pm pm to Reafy get tik across lie said farang tree Bali Kado a. To Mala it to tiie state iced the band competed stg inst 23 other bands in an Mica Chis dii from inca least Texas to Caim joint hat the state Competition in san anti my do past weekend the band cd Mips against the 23 Best High Sukk Bai in state. The second a a Ace fish Trumps the ninth a a finish to band rec ehred in 200s, the last marching Competition year for ass 3a the been so pleased Witia the Way Aey have behaved the whole time Quot Jones said Quot it s just been a remarkable year so i and it in t Over yet we be still got symphonic band to the Paris news salutes the dedication and hard work it took the band to make it so far. The North Lamar Panther band is a credit to the school and to the Community. Job we done. In democrats did Good for the country Harrop Foma Harrop special contributor the democrats did Good. Not in the election they did pretty miserably there. But they did Good for the country. They led America Back from the Brink of economic disaster. The Lead Story in the election Day Wall Street journal was about the impending Sale of general motors Stock to private investors. The subhead read Quot ipod would raise $10 billion Cut . Stake below 50 percent value May top Ford that made me smile. The democrats put Ordinary americans on the Road to health care Security in a Reform package that should actually lower government deficits according to the congressional budget office. Thus politicians who try to repeal the health care Law will have to come up with new taxes and or spending cuts to preserve those deficit reductions. That s Why they won t. But republicans controlling the House May try to follow through on promises to keep the parts of the health care Reform that people like and get rid of those that they Don t like. Trouble is the things people Don t like pay for the things they do. In any Case the democrats health care Reform is a godsend for uninsured workers. Most everyone else without private coverage is in a government health insurance program employers who do cover workers will see their soaring medical costs moderate. And unless the reforms Are seriously messed up they will begin to help american companies better compete with foreign firms benefiting from efficient government regulated health care systems. For this and other feats of economic stabilization voters gave democrats Little credit. But Why should they have when so Many democrats gave themselves Little credit some went even further than that. They actually ran away from their party s accomplishments making their victories feel like failures. This was always going to be a Tough election for democrats in purple parts of the country. For them the Only Hope was to swing for the fences. Instead they pretended they were on the other team. You saw the results. I leave it to historians to explain president Obama s weak performance in touting the Good his party did under terrible circumstances. Clearly voters anguished Over lost paychecks and Home values a and sometimes the Homes themselves a were not in a mindset to thank democrats or even those republicans who did unpopular stuff to avoid a total economic meltdown. It s True that republicans with some democratic help created the unregulated Wall Street free for All that brought America to its Knees. But the George w. Bush administration was right to help Banks in the name of preventing total collapse. Those enraged by the troubled asset Relief program the Bank and Auto company bailout and the government managed bankruptcies of pm and Chrysler Don t appreciate How close we came to another great depression. The most fascinating political Story now moves to the relationship Between Tea party republicans and corporate republicans. The Tea party people profess to want smaller government which would exclude the Type of corporate welfare so dear to the old Republican leadership. For example the Tea party s Rand Paul now senator elect from Kentucky wants to end farm subsidies. That s actually a Good idea. Wonder what John Hoeven the new Republican senator from North Dakota thinks about that. Will the Tea party folks let gop leaders put them into deep freeze until the next election or will they stand up for their beliefs and speaking of their beliefs How Many of them understand that their government subsidies medicare is an example Are in fact government subsidies still holding the White House and a Senate majority democrats have been hardly rendered powerless. But Given their recent show of cowardice in defending their Good works you question whether they la even notice that. To find out More about froma Harrop visit the creators Syndicate web Page at . To the editor please understand greetings from a Walmart cashier As the Holiday season approaches and chaos starts to set in at retail stores around Ioviti i would like to remind everybody that we Cashiers understand that you Are having a stressful time getting All your shopping completed in time for the holidays. We get it really. However please understand we Are under a lot of stress too. We stand in one spot for eight hours a Day scanning bagging and putting your items into your Basket while you berate us for things that Are really not our fault am i supposed to whip employees with a cattle prod whenever they Don t Shelve something right or if they Don t answer a Page fast enough for you or is it our fault when you stand there with a cell phone to your head jabbering at someone and then realize that something did t ring up the competitor s Price you wanted. Just Tell us a we re not mind readers. Also keep in mind we have no control Over How Many people want to Check out at the same time. Our store keeps More lines open than other Walmart in the area and this problem could be alleviated if people did t take 50-plus items through the 20-or- less line. Also Don t Rush an open Register if someone else i spies it first. Are you human i beings or a Herd of stampeding i Buffalo please understand that while you Are stressed to the Max show a Little compassion for your cashier. They Aren t just mindless monkeys who push a Button All Day. Amy Branham Reno got a great idea a news tips nem you want a Reili a amp a ,. A a i Publ he a daily except sat urdu by the parts news 5050 Loop Southeast 286 Paris to 75460 903-785-8744 / fax 903-785-1263 Oas shied advertising ext 221 or curation ext. 255 newsroom ext. 243 publication number. 4206-60 periodical Pottage paid at pms Texas postmaster Send form 3579 to the Paris Nevis . Box 1078 Paris to 75461 Texas press Asso Ciatto a award Winner miss your paper orc lation service r department 903-785-8744 . 5 to 6 . Sunday 7 to 10 . Subscription rates Camer one ninth $10.75, one year $129 subscription rates mail one month $12.75, one Yean $153 single copy Price daily 50 cents sunday. $1.25 talk Bac voice your of Teton the Paris news welcomes readers letter and pm left on my Msue of st. To allow As Many Votos As a Fri my Liholm Mattka Essiy 3d Days the test should be or Imd Imd no Mger than 500 words. We look of Ift tars or a ipad is Tholt swes of our president Barack h. Obama 202-456-1414 governor Rick Perry 512-463-2000 senator Kay Bailey Hutchison state senator Kevin Eltife 202-224-5922 512-463-0101 , him senator John Comyn 202-224-2934 u. S. Representative Ralph Hall 202-225-6673 hous�.90v/ralphhirii/contacthtm state senator Bob Deuel 512-463-0102 ,�/dist2/distzhtm state representative Mark Homer 903-784-0977 House.8tate.tx.u8/membera/d8t3omer.php

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