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January 24 - Question to tea partiers. Big oil gets a 5,800 percent return ... in government subsidi
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Question to tea partiers. Big oil gets a 5,800 percent return ... in government subsidies on every dollar it spends on Republican senators and congressmen. How is your 401k doing?

This is for the person ... askin' about the handicap ... sticker hangin' on the rear view mirror. ... The permit state that ... plainly states ... at the top, 'Remove before placing vehicle in motion.' So, you should not be driving with it in front of you ... 'cause it could cause you to have an accident by blinding your sight to something ahead. Thank you.

... I think it's a shame the way they're pushin' for gun control. ... I think it's ... ridiculous ... how hypocritical our leaders are. They're complaining about children being murdered by ... guns and it ... it is a shame. ... But, I think they're overlooking ... a greater danger to children and that's abortion. They all need to step up and ... and speak out against abortion and put that ... deadly ... assault on our unborn children and ... just ... I don't know what else to say.

Regarding the caller in Wednesday's Soundoff ... who rambled on about some problem at Goodwill: I suggest that the next time the caller is in Goodwill, he or she should look ion the store's book section ... for a book on how to speak concisely and coherently.

I just ... read ... or read over the Internet about Pawley, South Carolina, havin' a large ... massive fish kill. ... And it was due to lack of oxygen and oxidation. ... You reckon King Finishin's ... King America's over there, too, riverkeeper? ... Huh? ... Let's see ... let's hear 'bout with that.

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