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Nothing wrong with Xmas; Who rewrites tax code; Congress should use our health plans
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"I would like to know why a county as affluent and Christian as Bulloch cannot afford to build a state of art, decent, humane shelter for all the many thrown away and abused animals in the county, replacing the very poor and inadequate facility they currently have, especially the horror they keep hidden in the back."

"I would like to encourage everyone to call your congressmen and senators ... and tell them ... that they need to be on the same health care plan we are. If it's good enough for us, it's good enough for them. If it's not, then they need to give us theirs. Thank you very much."

"It is so sad when a man marries a woman for her insurance. Everybody in town ... knows this."

"Way to go, Holli Deal. Christmas is for Christians. I sure do 'preciate that ... this ... message."

"For all of you who don't know it - which I am shocked that so many people down here do not know it - but the X is the Greek symbol for Christ. Now, get over people usin' the X 'cause it does mean Christ."

"... This is in regard to the person that said about the bright lights on the vehicles. ... Some vehicles' lights come on automatically when the ignition is turned on. That's ... for a safety reason. It's a safety feature. Some lights will come on. It's not ... they want their lights on. They have no ... choice to turn 'em off, 'cause they won't go off. When you turn your 'nition on, the lights come on."

"Treasury Secretary Geitner and Congressman Rangel are in charge of rewriting the complicated U.S. Tax Code. ... Neither one pay their taxes. Now, is this fair? Do you know that 28- 29,000 ... postal workers owe $298 million dollars in back taxes? The government employees owe nearly 3 billion dollars in back taxes. No wonder everybody wants to be in politics."


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