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August 13 - Fellow Americans, accept Christ as your Savior and receive God's pardon. Or face Chris
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Fellow Americans, accept Christ as your Savior and receive God's pardon. ... Or face Christ at judge ... and be sentenced of death. No probation. No parole. No endless appeal. ... Repent, America, and maybe God will yet spare and bless our nation.

Have you ever seen such a group of people that whine, blame others for everything that goes wrong ... that they've done ... and all they do ... is just make excuses and lie and cheat and steal ... to get what they want, which is spend, spend, spend? ... That's your liberal Democrats. ... No wonder their ... party logo is a jackass picture.

You know what? ... I shouldn't have to say this. ... And nobody else ... should have to say this. ... But there are people in Statesboro ... that really need to mind their own business. ... If they're not payin' bills in somebody house; if they're not buyin' food in somebody house; if they're not contributin' to anything in anybody's house, they have no business whatsoever ... tryin' to talk about what they do in that house, who they do it with and when they do it with. ... And when these people learn that ... Statesboro be a whole lot better.

Are you worried about the economy? Are you concerned about your paycheck? Then why are you buying new products? ... Buy a new car? Lose seven, eight, nine, 10 thousand dollars ... that day. Go buy a new shirt ... hey ... you lose almost all of it ... that day. You buy anything new ... you lose money. But ... look at everybody out spending, spending, spending, as there is no tomorrow. ... Tomorrow is coming. Save your money. ... Be careful.

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