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December 21 - Why would anyone be opposed to having to show ID at the voting place when anyo
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Why would anyone be opposed ... to having to ... show ID ... at the voting place ... when anyone can get free ID? ... The answer is ... it's harder to cheat ... if you have to show an ID. ... These are the same people ... who demand a living from those of us who pay taxes. ... And P.S.: they also vote for Democrats. Thank you.

Don't think that when you're doin' well or doin' good that somebody, especially your neighbors, that they can't turn on ya. ... There was a neighbor cryin' on my shoulders since the 70s. Anyway, his wife run around on him ... and ... that's all I heard. He's goin' ... she's goin' with this one, she's goin' with that one. Showed me pictures where he had a private detective. ... Then he ... give her her ... the ... the property they owned ... and ... she told stories on the neighbors and ... got him crazy. Anyway ... be careful who you befriend, 'cause it ... will backfire.

The callous contempt shown by the tea baggers in Soundoff toward the poor who don't make enough money to pay income taxes ... but still have to pay all others was totally predictable. ... Every time a corporate Republican tea bagger whines about raising taxes on the rich ... it is they who are waging class warfare. Why should the average working American support their obscene opulent lifestyles through tax cuts, tax loop holes and the ability to move their wealth to off-shore banks without taxation that the rest of us do not benefit from? Why should we subsidize their billion-dollar corporations and banks that ship thousands of American jobs from our shores to China, India and Central America?

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