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November 28 - "... All this caller's got to say to this ... Eagle ... Nation is ... oof! oof! oof! o
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... All this caller's got to say to this ... Eagle ... Nation is ... oof! oof! oof! oof! ... ru, ru, ruf ... ruf-ruf! ... Woof, woof, woof, woof! ... Woof!

As far as the presidential race went and who won and who didn't ... can you please get over it? ... Grow up and get on with your life! ... I mean, geez! ... I mean, if the Republicans got in there, we'd be the ones - the middle class - payin' all this tax ... deficit back. At least the present administration wants the rich to pay their fair share. ... And second of all ... the Latinos are not takin' any of our jobs away. ... I don't see any Americans knockin' on all these farmers' door to work in the fields all day like they do, so be appreciative of what they do. ... For Pete's sake, grow up and get over things!

... To all you people ... that voted for Obama. ... You know, I keep readin' Soundoff about everybody whinin' shoulda voted for this one, shoulda voted for that one. There is one simple way to clear this up. ... Let me tell you. At the end of this year ... when the taxes that come outta yo paycheck double ... and all of your income tax and your earned income credit for the kids that you have ... when all that gets taken away to pay for insurance that you already couldn't afford ... let's see ... how you feel about it then, because that's what's gonna happen. ... When you ... right now you still can't afford health insurance ... at the end of the year ... when all your tax money gets taken and what gets taken out of yo check doubles ... let's see how you feel about the man that you voted for then.

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