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      Pownal Ranch Style Home - Just reduced!

      Pownal Ranch - just reduced!

      205 West Meadow Court, Pownal

      205 West Meadow Court, Pownal.  This Pownal ranch is a  wonderful opportunity!  Own this spacious three bedroom, two bath turnkey ranch home in private, end of the road location, with a beautifully finished, walk out basement 3 large garages. Large kitchen, wood floors, new deck with mountain views, and 1.90 acres of green grass.  Click here for details!  Listing Agent: Ann Cummings. Just reduced from $239,500 to $229,900!

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      1. Kellsie on

        What a joy to find such clear thignink. Thanks for posting!
        • Jessica on

          Hypocrisy is a word used to describe a very ealtenmel and powerful human initiative. It is particularly applicable when one seeks a term to portray the words, no less the endeavors, of many (most?) professional politicians. One whose chosen vocation is more or less dependent upon a steady stream of financial support from others who, for one reason or another, possibly including the blessings of the bestowal of favors which may provide a competitive advantage to the contributor, and who is also critical of the form of the bribe, treads on very thin ice. The act of penetrating the guise of a contribution to an opponent these days is almost as widespread and exciting an exercise as the involvement in an election iteslf. We all know what the game is and what the rules are. The objective is to bend those rules just enough to avoid getting caught while simultaneously pointing the finger at the other guy who may not be as clever in the cover-up. The bottom line is to raise more money and still project the image of being a candidate for sainthood. And the rest of us get sucked into the debate about who is holier than thou and whether or not their motivations are either more base or more blessed than the adversary. Trying to put limits on political contributions is a form ofobfuscation. All political parties and individual practitioners regardless of their temporary feel-good platforms or fancy speeches seek the approbation and its concomitant backing of the wealthiest among us. Lets face those facts and accept the practice. It's not going to change and since many of us are only too happy to participate to some extent in the drill, let's move on and place our focus on more deserving objectives. Or are we all hypocrites?