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Should O. C. be allowed to move into Idaho with voters approval?
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701 Votes

Should O. C. be allowed to move into Idaho with voters approval?

Yes, they should!

5

No, this is too far!

10

Yes, they should!

5 Comments
Joseph Wick
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Joseph Wick

We are sick to death of KB and her vicious crew.

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Phillip Wilson
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Phillip Wilson

I believe it is the right of citizens to choose whom represents them. If parts of Oregon feel better represented or closely aligned to Idaho why not let them be part of it?

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Lynn Huntley
Lynn Huntley

Just move to Idaho!

John Philo
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John Philo

One way or another we need to remove Kate Brown and her ANTIFA friends from our cities.

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M R
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M R

Oregons one sided politics are way to extreme, no middle ground. Oregon politicians do not represent most Oregonians.

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Kimmy Wasatch
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Kimmy Wasatch

Central OR is always outvoted by the west side of the Cascades. 2 very different lifestyles and opinions and only lip service by politicians is given to Central OR problems.

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Michael Miller
Michael Miller

That sort of thing happens in a lot of places. Move if you don't like it here.

Chris Crandall
Chris Crandall

You should consider relocating, you moocher.

No, this is too far!

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Walter Francis Klondike
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Walter Francis Klondike

Don’t like it here ? MOVE to Idaho. What a bunch of self-entitled whiners.

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Pamela Wilson
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Pamela Wilson

If they want to move to Idaho then just move. Don't break up Oregon.

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Charles Lingle
Charles Lingle

That is what I say. Idaho is backwards state.

Richard Dillard
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Richard Dillard

It is bad enough that we are being invaded by other states and now we want to take land from another state. What does Idaho have to say about it.

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Marcia Y
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Marcia Y

If you don't like Oregon move to Idaho and leave us alone

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Larry Hunt
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Larry Hunt

Next thing you know, they will want to build a wall separating OC.

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Lynn Huntley
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Lynn Huntley

If they don't like how Oregon is run, let them move.

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Has the recent surge in gas prices changed how frequently you drive?
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280 Votes

Has the recent surge in gas prices changed how frequently you drive?

Yes, I don't drive as much.

2

No, I need to get places.

1

Yes, I don't drive as much.

2 Comments
Michael Giampaoli
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Michael Giampaoli

It’s not the prices of fuel, it’s the bozo in the White House causing all of the chaos facing our nation. I wish our media outlets actually covered the real news instead boosting this post turtle even further. Nobody knows how the turtle got on the post but somebody put him there. We’re all F$&ked.

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Gabe West
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Gabe West

Gas prices are going up because of bidens war on oil!

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No, I need to get places.

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Rick Allen
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Rick Allen

Not me but I am retired, but I know it is a hardship on many people. It is because of the horrible Trojan horse for socialism (he is a bad joke) This so called administration and its war on oil has caused all!!! Lets all thank the Biden administration for screwing America over! LETS GO BRANDON!!!!

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Do you know anyone affected by today's Covid-19 vaccine mandate?
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554 Votes

Do you know anyone affected by today's Covid-19 vaccine mandate?

Yes, I know somebody!

6

No, I don't know anyone.

3

Yes, I know somebody!

6 Comments
John Hargrove
1
John Hargrove

My wife, who is a CMA, quit rather than get the biologic agent jab.

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Wes Blood
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Wes Blood

Very experienced mentor left their jobs in the fire service and nursing. They already had natural immunity, which made the vaccine pointless.

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Susan Skakel
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Susan Skakel

Glad my son in law decided to get vaccinated. I dont want to be around unvaccinated "health care" workers. Neither do I want to be around unvaccinated police and fire who I pay to serve and "protect". Glad, too, that teachers and staff are required to be vaccinated.

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Gabe West
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Gabe West

The vaccine mandate is tyranny!

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No, I don't know anyone.

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Mike Everstone
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Mike Everstone

No I don't, however, I don't believe anyone should need a mandate to do the right thing. Through the years Americans have come together when needed to bring the country through events like this. Those that continue to cause deaths, shorthanded medical services and tumbling stock market for what?

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Rick Allen
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Rick Allen

I do not know anyone personally affected, but in a way we are all affected! I am vaccinated and I think it is the best way to get the horrible Democrats socialist control freaks off our backs, but it is NOT the American way to be forced into something! We have got to get rid of the Biden and Brown!

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Thom Porterfield
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Thom Porterfield

I voted(?) this way because ... I don't know anyone affected by the mandate. But I don't understand people's resistance to this. Consider mandates we all accept without complaint: stop signs, seat belts, motorcycle helmets. Come on, people. Get the shot, Keep yourself and the rest of us healthy.

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Gabe West
Gabe West

I know several people that have had strokes and other serious side effects from this vaccine, people get the jab before researching it

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