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POST-GAZETTE, JULY 20, 2012 Page 7 Mrs. Murphy... As I See It Congratulations ZILCH[ ObamaCare will add number one place to live. to the Post-Gazette more people to the already And, if a casino is built, on their 117 th saturated Medicaid program, there will be more improve- Anniversary be- And, decrease Medicare for ments. Deval Patrick is a ing celebrated this weekl It takes a lot of hard work to keep a newspaper running every week. Congratulations again[ Pam Donnaruma, owner and published does a great job in keeping up with the ever changing times! .... Jimmy Rosselli, aka Jimmy Vegas, owner of Busy Bee Window Washing in East Boston has a voice you won't forget[ If you missed his great performance Saturday evening June 7 th at the Winthrop Elks, the good news is, Jimmy will be performing again. Vegas received raved reviews from the audience who enjoyed his selection of songs from the Elvis Presley, Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra era. According to lis- teners, Vegas captured the audience by sounding like the great performers he impersonated. For those who wish to go down memory lane with Vegas, I'll keep you posted as to his next appear- ance ... What will Obama- Care do for the taxpayer? the elderly. In short, Obama is for the impoverished and new residents of the coun- try. Forget, the hard working citizens of America who will be taxed if they can't afford to pay for his health insur- ance plans. That's the long and short of it! Obama needs to GO! The government is dictating to the people far too much and is way out of line! What happened to the land of the free and the home of those that work??? I always thought Jimmy "Peanuts" Carter was the worst Presi- dent of our times, but then came Barack Obamal ... Don't buy a product or use a service just because they offer a rebate. Consumers can wait months before re- ceiving a rebate, if at all! ... Millions of dollars earmarked for East Boston is wonderful news. With developers for the waterfront close to reach- ing agreements with the City of Boston and Central Square Park being re- habbed, Eastie will be the real piece of work[ What is a motorist suppose to do if they get involved in a car accident with an illegal who doesn't carry auto insur- ance? Go to the State House to get your car fixed??? Patrick signed a $32.5 bil- lion state budget funded by the taxpayer, up 4 percent from last year, but rejected a requirement that drivers prove legal U.S. residency by showing a driver's license or a Social Security card to obtain a vehicle registra- tion. He also vetoed a bill for EBT card reforms. EBT card users can continue to go to tattoo, parlors, purchase guns, porn, body piercings, jewelry and have manicures with their EBT card. You can also use the EBT card to bail someone out! All compli- ments of the taxpayers. Only in Massachusetts could vot- ers have been so apathetic as to have voted Patrick in another term .... Till next time! BL0 Performs Free Concert with Landmarks Orchestra Boston Lyric Opera (BLO) will join the Boston Landmarks Orchestra in a concert at the DCR Hatch Memorial Shell on Wednesday, August 8 at 7:00 pm. Around the World in 80 Minutes takes audience members on a sweeping operatic journey, making musical stops in France, Italy, Japan, the United States and Sri Lanka. The program features excerpts from popular works by Puccini, Wagner, Mozart, Bernstein and others. This concert is free and open to the public. In the event of inclement weather, the performance will take place at the Back Bay Events Center (180 Berkeley St.). For more information, visit www.blo.org or call 617-542-4912 or www.landmarksorchestra.org. NEAA Continues with its INTERNATIONAL FLARE vs. Japan The North End Athletic As- sociation (NEAA) will once again enter a team of 13-15 year old players to compete against an elite team of same-age boys from Japan! This annual Japan-Boston Baseball Exchange is spon- sored by the Boston Red Sox Foundation. The coaches for the NEAA Boys Team will be Ralph Martignetti and Frank Iudiciani. In its inauguration five years ago, the Japanese boys and their coaches trav- elled to Boston; the following year, Japan was the host of this Baseball Exchange and in its third year, the Japanese boys were back in town. However, the devastating Tsunami prevented the Exchange from taking place in Japan, so in its fourth year, the tournament once again took place in Boston. Becatise Fenway Park is celebrating its Centen- nial this year, the Red Sox Foundation decided that Boston should once again be the host of this Exchange this year. The Japanese boys will be competing against other Boston neighborhood youth teams during their visit, but the game against our NEAA boys includes the unique annual post- game "dunk in the Mirabella Pool!" This game is free and all are welcome to attend. We hope to see you on Thursday, August 2 "d at Puopolo Park on Commercial Street from 9:00 am to 11:00 am for this wonderful annual traditionl Happy 117 th Anniversary KIWANIS CLUB OF EAST BOSTON Ed Coletta, President P.O. Box 83 East Boston, MA 02128 617-650-3442 ULTIMATE: ITALIAN COMFOKT FOOD AUTHENTIC ITALIAN ENERTAINMENT REFLECTING THE HEART OF ITALY SUMMER MIDWEEK SPECIALS $100pp daily + UP including 3 meals cozy rooms ballroom dancing .social activities director