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October 11 - "Southeast Bulloch High School might want to actually hire someone to direct traffic in
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Southeast Bulloch High School might want to actually hire someone to direct traffic instead of leavin' it up to a bunch of confused children. There are three ROTC members out there basically spinning in circles they are so confused. ... There is vehicles goin' in each direction. Two are stopped in the middle of the road tryin' to do U-turns ... and nobody knows what they're doin'. ... There was nearly three collisions in less than five minutes tryin' to get to this football game. It's absolutely pathetic!

For decades, the Republican Party has been a tax-avoidance operation. ... And now they are mad at the poorest Americans ... who don't earn enough to pay income taxes? Give me a break!

This is Saturday, September 22nd. ... Apparently in the Soundoff, an ignorant Democrat responded that the ... Republicans had their debt clock ... debt clock and ... but most of that came under Bush. That is patently false and just another lie of the Obama administration. ... The debt went up three trillion dollars in the eight years of Bush. It has gone up six trillion dollars ... in the three and a half years of Obama. Obama is creating more and more debt ... and he's doin' it intentionally to break up the country. ... Apparently, we have a lot of ignorant Democrats who call into Soundoff.

I am so sick of hearing about how wealthy Mitt Romney is. ... Obama is a wealthy man, too. ... And George Bush didn't create the debt. The debt has tripled since Obama took office. And George Bush did what he had to do after all those innocent people ... were murdered on 9-11-2001. Get real, people!

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