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February 8 - ... About the Martin Luther King march ... think the ... NAACP ... and the ... two blac
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... About the Martin Luther King march ... think the ... NAACP ... and the ... two black representatives of board of education ... should get together and find out why that the Statesboro ... Bulloch County bands were not participate ... in Martin Luther King march. ... I think they ought to ... to do this. Other counties will.

To Soundoff callers ... 'It's better to be thought a fool ... than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.' Abe Lincoln.

On today's poll ... do you think, 'sales of liquor, beer and wine should be allowed on Sunday's at licensed ... establishments in Bulloch?' My answer is absolutely not. To quote the Bible, it says to 'keep the Sabbath holy' and this is not holy.

Could the shooter in Arizona ... been under mind control ... of the United States government set out to kill the judge who had just been in front of congress standing up for our Second Amendment rights? ... No one ever writes ... about him.

... I'm just a citizens and I was just wondering when someone would do somethin' about the discrimination against everybody at Georgia Southern University. I'm talkin' about reverse discrimination. ... It needs to be looked into and somethin' needs to be done about it.

Inviting ... Ayers and Davis, two well-known thugs ... to speak at the Georgia Southern campus ... represents a new low in A Day for Southern.

Communist leader Lenin once called college students useful idiots. GSC students, please don't be that. This progressive Socialist movement being pushed by Ayers and Davis is dangerous. ... These are revolutionary children that never grew up. ... Please, students, think before you follow these people.

We drink tea in the South ... and we want good health care and we get it. We don't want to hafta sit around and wait on ... everybody else to go in front of us ... to get sumthin' minor done.

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