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November 10 - America is broke and can't help our own seniors, veterans, orphans or homeless. Bu
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America is broke ... and can't help our own seniors, veterans, orphans or homeless. ... But in the last months, we've provided ... billions of dollars in aid ... to Haiti, Chili, Turkey ... and now Pakistan, home of bin Laden. ... What is wrong with this picture?

... I would just like to say ... that I am tired of ... reading the Soundoff where people are criticizing other people in this town and everything about Statesboro, Georgia. ... I ... if ... if you can't ... don't have anything nice to say ... about this town and people in it ... don't call into Soundoff. Thank you. Bye-bye.

This is in reference to Saturday, October 29th, 2011, printing about the green and purple all kinda mixed-up car. ... That car doesn't have ... any loud music, so I'm not understandin' the ordinance ... the person who reported this ... would be referrin' to. So, just to clarify things ... I wanna let it be known that this car does not have any music.

This comment is in response to the statement, 'People need to get their facts straight before complaining about the logging trucks and the local lumber mill.' ... You, sir, may be the one that needs to get your facts straight. ... Number one, do you see the city limit sign? ... Do you see the lumber mill on the other side of the city limit sign? Are you aware of what that means? ... It means ... the lumber mill is not in the city limits. ... And number two, most ... comments or complaints I've read about the logging trucks ... are only to do with the speed of the logging trucks ... not so much the fact that they're actually on the road. ... Thank you. And you have an informed day.

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