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October 23 - Can any Obama administration supporter please explain why this administration funnele
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Can any Obama administration supporter ... please explain why this administration funneled over a thousand weapons, including AK-47s, AR-15 rifles, to the Mexican drug cartel? ... These guns have been used in numerous murders, including one ... U.S. border patrol agent. ... Why would any sane person allow guns to be sold to the vicious ... Mexican drug cartel? ... Thank you.

The Statesboro Police could generate a lot of money if they would ticket ... all those who drive without their lights when it is raining.

I'm sick and tired of hearin' the wretched ACLU ... and other idiots of that ilk bellyachin' that ... two American citizens were killed in that drone strike in Yemen. ... Those heatherns gave up their American citizenship when they took those weird names ... wrapped dish rags around their heads, started plannin' terror attacks against America. ... Oh, by the way, the letters ACLU ... really stand for All Criminals Love Us.

... Michael Jackson's death, which could've been avoided by a simple ... prescription to medical marijuana that could actually put him to sleep at night. Instead they give him dependent drugs ... that kills the man and now they got the doctor on trial for somethin' ... that Michael Jackson was addicted to. He was a drug-addicted person. ... So, why couldn't they prescribe him legal marijuana? ... Everyone in Georgia, please write your governor ... and let them know we say yes to medical marijuana ... to get these people off ... off these addictive drugs ... that doctors are just pushin' on 'em ... that ultimately kills 'em. Thank you. Goodbye!

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