Thursday Apr. 24, 2014
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Former Kalispell man has hernias protruding from his stomach
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By hotfishmt on 02-27-12 @ 9:38 am
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We can’t spend the $$$ fixing this mans hernia…..as we are wasting way to much $$$ &
people in Afghanistan…..go figure. There is a lot wrongs that could be fixed….IF or when
we stop wasting lives & endless $$ in a country that is so backward….it will take 200 years
to change the landscape???

The lastest pictures of the mass hysteria in Afghanistan over a mistake in burning
a “religious book” and the killings of US military people….show just how far the country HAS
NOT COME….feudal tribal war lords…..what a title.

I do hope the man witht he large hernia gets some relief….as the picture is gross to say the
least.
By blood gulch on 02-28-12 @ 1:36 pm
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let the guy out of prison early…. He can pay for his own surgery-  HMMMM….. if I need
surgery, all I have to do is break a few laws, go to prison, and .... BAM!!!  FREE MEDICAL
CARE!!!!  No wonder everyone wants to come to America… Home of the free and land of the “Dont
hold me accountable”!!!!
 
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