'Another Democrat Reaching Into Our Pockets!'

Patch account-holders weigh in on the news of the day, from a school lock-down to a state representative's support of tolls in Connecticut.


"Oh Look! Another Democrat reaching into our pockets!" This was response to news that one state representative is hoping to push through


"Check out Facebook some of the kids comments were 'Amity where the grades are low and the kids are high', 'Drug lockdown typical Amity,' If they want to catch the kids all they need to do is go to the bathrooms and the stairwells, they could catch kids all day" . The kids are telling you what is going on and the administration is finally listening." says this and a job well done to police and school adminstrators for to search for drugs at Amity High School.

North Branford

"Thanks for using the phrase "pro choice" rather than pro abortion or abortion rights. I am pro choice and would hope that one would weigh all options and choose life BUT enthusiastically support the right to choose abortion." offered this comment on an opinion piece that addresses .


"Enjoy every sweet baby moment!" sends Branford Patch Editor Nicole Ball off with this well wishes as Nicole heads off for maternity leave. She and her husband have decided not to find out the sex of their baby and will be donating up to a $100 to the local food pantry -- .

Denise S Natale May 04, 2012 at 11:28 PM
Ct sucks....bottom line....can't wait to move on out of this Liberal rat hole....the Demosocialist machine has destroyed what used to be a desirable place to live and work. Now when the working people who PAY taxes instead of feeding off the Gov and our taxes, move out the Gov Dole crowd can eat each other.


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