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January 6 - "... To protect the children in schools ... what's wrong in ... just closin' the doors a
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... To protect the children in schools ... what's wrong in ... just closin' the doors after school starts? ... Have the ... stay open ... one or two places inside the ... Just lock your doors. It's too simple, I guess. ... Have a good day. Bye-bye.

I would just like to ... thank and comment ... on the Christmas tree ... on the courthouse square. I rode by it ... durin' the night and saw the tree and the lights on it were just beautiful. And whoever da ... decorated the tree, I just want to say thank you ... and you did a wonderful job. YOu don't get many thank yous ... anymore, but, you worked hard and you did a beautiful job and I wanna say thank you. It's really beautiful to look at. Thank you.

Hello. ... Don't let the ... children at Sandy Hill school be in vain. ... Let's keep our schools and our children safe. ... And to way to do that is put prayer back in school. Put God first. ... Put prayer back in school ... and I ... I promise you ... that ... that our schools will be safer and our children would be safe. God bless you. Merry Christmas. Amen.

... The elite school in D.C., where President Obama's children go to school ... has 11 armed guards, not counting the Secret Service. ... Now, if that's good enough for the president's children ... why wouldn't ... you want your own children protected? ... I believe I'd put my money on ... a armed guard before I would put it on a nutcase. ... Just my opinion. Bye!

I would like to give a special thanks to the lady that entertains the Rocky Ford ... Police Department on Highway 17 every night. Please keep up the good work.

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