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October 30 - To the woman letter writer in Sunday's paper: if you believe anything Barry Satarro, ak
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To the woman letter writer in Sunday's paper: if you believe anything Barry Satarro, aka Barack Obama, says about the health care bill, you need a psychiatrist, not a doctor. Besides, there's stipulations written into the law that make it so you cannot change it. ... Thank the congress for ... and ... alleged president for such things.

Can taxpaying citizens of Statesboro ... get extensions on their gas or water bill ... since ... new businesses can get up to a year ... without paying any gas or water bill?

Someone from Frontier telephone company or ... the TV cable company ... needs to ... look at the lines ... on the support poles as you travel down Frances Scott Road. ... Tree limbs are layin' on these lines and if this continues, services are gon' ... be lost.

Last Sunday, a person called into Soundoff askin' why TEA Party ... was getting so much attention from the city council. ... You may not know it, but the TEA Party ... group is workin' ... for you. ... They're lookin' out for you. ... Soundoff ... you don't know what's goin' on. ... It sounds like you know what's goin' on and ... and you don't care. ... Maybe you don't work. Maybe you ... draw on a guv'ment check ... which ... it is ... while we work. ... What else ... can the TEA Party do to help you? ... And may the good Lord bless you.

I hope next Tuesday that people go to the polls and vote for school board members that will stop this insane spending spree. ... Teachers are being furloughed, but we can put in sprinkler systems in the new school? Are you kidding me?

Anyone who forbids the pledging of allegiance to our flag in public should be deported from our country. This is what happened in the Illinois political debate on television.

I'm referrin' to the deputy sheriff that ... was on 80 ... yesterday ... who went ridin' on the wrong side of the road ... and almost hit this other car that was comin'. ... Just maybe you need to check your speed.

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