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February 5 - ... Yes, I can tell ... the government how to ... balance our budget. ... First thing
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... Yes, I can tell ... the government how to ... balance our budget. ... First thing we can do is get rid of the Child Support Division ... 'cause they don't know what they doin'. ... They don't know how to collect the money for the people who need it. ... Thank you.

There was a pro-life march in Washington, D.C., on Friday with 500,000 people. ... There was no mention of it in the Statesboro Herald ... and there was no mention of it on the national ... news. I guess anything that ... upsets Obama you can't report in the news. ... It's very interesting that our so-called unbiased media ... will not cover a pro-life march that had 500,000 people ... and make no mention of it. ... I guess you can't have a ... any criticism of Obama ... in the national media. Also, I would like to point out ... that there is ... a ... a whole lot more people who are pro-life ... than the media will ever let on. Thank you.

I think the government ... should consider ... issuin' ... divorce insurance. ... Especially for the homeless children ... and that lawyers cannot get it. ... The innocent families ... that are victims ... of divorce is growing.

Instead of talking so much about guns control, there are just the means ... used in crimes. We need to look at people's hearts as what the Bible says. The heart is deceitful ... above all things and desperately weekid ... wicked. Who can know it? ... Instead of kicking ... God out of our hearts and our nation, we need to repent of all our sins and turn back to God.

... Obama says he shoots skeet all the time. ... How many people believe him? ... Thank you.

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