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July 6 - They told me ... they let go the last good cop in our little town. ... Now we stuck with a
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They told me ... they let go the last good cop in our little town. ... Now we stuck with a few teenage wannabe officers ... and a 400-pound chief. ... I don't know what we gon' do ... if anything bad happened around here. ... I think everybody in our little town needs to get on their knees and pray at night that nuthin' bad happens around here 'cause Lord, have mercy knows, they can't take care of it. ... They ain't gon' help us at all.

The strewn, disheveled unsightly logging sight left ... at the front entrance to Bel-Air subdivision does not beautify the entrance to our town shopping district ... or dining district. ... It doesn't add to the subdivision. The owners of the logging site probably wouldn't want this by their homes. ... Should we treat others the way we want to be treated? ... Perhaps they may have plans to clean it up. And we surely wouldn't want to stand in the way of progress.

Okay, we need the ... photo ID ... for voting. The ... the Democrats don't like that ... because it's hard to get pictures of a guy that's already dead. ... But, anyway, it's ... it will ... c ... cut out all the older ... voter fraud, okay?

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