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December 31 - Good mornin'. To the witness in Greenhaven I give you a lot of praise, too. We nee
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Good mornin'. ... To the witness in Greenhaven ... I give you a lot of praise, too. We need more citizens like you. I had a daughter that day hat was very sick in that trailer park. ... And ... you are a very good citizen. You deserve all the praise you get. Good day!

Nathan Deal, I wrote you a letter earlier this year tellin' you what would make this country go forward. ... Now, it's your turn to run for president. This year you can win, Nathan Deal! Run for president! ... Take this country and do what you know's best for it. ... Nathan Deal for president of the United States of America! Come on, people! Nathan Deal for president ... of the United States of America! Let's change this country around and put a real man in the government.

I called Soundoff complainin' about the loudness of television commercials. I didn't really expect a helpful response. Well, guess what? Someone did call ... and offered a thoughtful and helpful suggestion. So, I called my cable provider and they said they would look into the matter. ... And I'm also goin' to call my congressman ... as ... you suggested. ... Thanks so much to the caller. You truly made my day.

The background music for the next Republican so-called debate ... should be 'Bring in the Clowns'. ... These so-called debates make up the latest TV sitcom.

How come ... the price of gas in Statesboro ... went up 10 cents overnight? It's Wednesday, December 28th. ... Ten cents overnight. It is still ... $2.80 in Augusta and $2.80 in Charleston, S.C. Why is it ... $3.15 cents in Statesboro? ... Somebody's ... gougin' us.

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