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September 29, 2013

Rep. Scott Louser, District 5, Minot During the last session, legislators were asked to consider many proposals to help the flood victims from the summer of 201....

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Legend

Sep-30-13 10:47 PM

"dry dams, dry dams" the mayor said. "you do not need flood ins. others said". Those with wisdom said dams do not prevent flooding and were right. If you enjoy scoffing at the flooded elderly or those who had help rebuilding you will get another chance after the next flood. Canada has their dams near full and we are years from adequate flood protection. Louser is supposed to be getting oil taxes to pay for oil impacts in Minot like schools.

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dollarbill

Sep-29-13 12:10 PM

What a joke, loans available. Been over two years. You are the ones that flooded our home, we owned since 1962. ours was a complete loss.

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disgusted

Sep-29-13 11:33 AM

Exactly which elderly are you referring? There are elderly all across the valley who are back in their homes. Stop the whining. People help themselves. That was the back bone of this country. It is fast crumbling because of the likes of you always whining about what somebody wasn't given.

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concerned

Sep-29-13 10:22 AM

And yes we did take care of our elderly ourselves without help from Hope Village or any other assistance.....now that's 100 percent American. And I served my country for 10 years, and be quiet now about my comments that I served to protect freedom of speech.

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concerned

Sep-29-13 10:21 AM

Yes there are people who like to pay their way, but I am tired of not seeing our elderly not being taken care of when they served this community. It's not about me at all, it's about taking care of those who took care of us.

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disgusted

Sep-29-13 10:02 AM

concerned, more of your whiny comments. To you fair, is having everything given to everyone equally or socialism. there are people who still like to pay their own way. Let's give thanks for that, can we?

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concerned

Sep-29-13 7:27 AM

Rep. Louser while you take credit, hmmm....why is that some people got better deals through their banks, and in addition, won't be able to retire when these people on limited incomes should have forgiveness loans and such? In addition, some people had to rebuild by themselves without help tearing families apart and just plain bitterness in this community? Now how fair is this?

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